International Students

* Official Transcript (in English)
* Diploma copy from your highest degree (in English)
* Proof of financial support: $30,000 USD (e.g. bank statement)
* Proof of payment of the fees listed above ($3000 USD total)
* Your foreign address.
SEVIS I-20

DIPC has been approved by the USCIS/INS of the new U.S. Department of Homeland Security to offer I-20 to international students.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement: http://www.ice.gov

SEVP Certified Schools: http://studyinthestates.dhs.gov/school-search

For information regarding to Optional Practical Training, please see following

Curricular Practical Training (CPT)

Post-Completion Practical Training (OPT)

Please feel free to contact the DIPC Admissions Office if you need further help.

Undergraduate Admissions

To be admitted to an undergraduate program, a U.S. residence student must have:

* submitted an original high school diploma or original transcript indicating that the student graduated from an accredited high school or equivalent,

* completed and submitted a Psychology College Application Form

* signed an Enrollment Agreement, and paid all required deposits, fees, and tuition.

To be admitted to an undergraduate program, a foreign student must have:

* submitted an original high school diploma or original transcript indicating that the student graduated from an accredited high school or equivalent,

* passed Psychology College's English Test or provided proof of TOEFL score or equivalent English class transcript,

* completed and submitted a Psychology College Application Form

* signed an Enrollment Agreement,

* passed a degree evaluation (if high school degree is from a foreign country),

* paid all required deposits, fees and tuition.

In addition to the general admissions standards above, each undergraduate program may have specific admissions requirements. Prospective students are encouraged to seek specific information from the Admissions Office or the program director.

Graduate Admisssions

To be officially admitted to a graduate degree program, a U.S. resident student must submit:

* an original BA/BS diploma or official transcript indicating that the student graduated from an accredited college, university, or equivalent,

* original transcripts from all colleges and universities attended,

* New York Mocos Institute Graduate Admission Application Form,

* signed Enrollment Agreement,

* proof of payment of all required deposits, fees, and tuition.

To be officially admitted to a graduate degree program, a foreign or international student must have:

* submitted an original BA/BS diploma indicating that the student graduated from an accredited college,university or equivalent,

* submitted original undergraduate transcripts directly from all colleges and universities attended,

* passed New York Westom Educational Association's English Test or provided proof of TOEFL score or equivalent English class transcript,

* completed and submitted a California American University Application Form,

* passed a degree evaluation (if bachelor degree is earned from a foreign country),

* signed an Enrollment Agreement,

* paid all required deposits, fees, and tuition.

In addition to the above general admissions standards, each graduate program may have specific admissions requirements. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to seek specific information from the Admissions Office or the program director.