Scholarships are available through individual academic departments and schools are typically awarded to upperclassmen, but prospective students should consult the web pages of their intended department and school for information regarding departmental scholarships awarded to incoming students. Some scholarships for first-year students require an additional application.
In order to be considered for UGA academic scholarships, first-year students must apply for admission by December 15.
Please visit our Scholarships page for more information
College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC):
Applicants from non-U.S. high schools may be exempt from some Curriculum Requirements. Other factors, such as Counselor/School Evaluation Form or Credit Evaluation may be used to determine curriculum.
International Guidelines for Years of Credit in Academic Subjects
||(not counted if not native language)
||Beyond Algebra II
||Biological, Physical or Physics, Chemistry, Environmental
||United States History, World History
|| Two sequential years of the same foreign language
General Certificate of Education (GCSE O-Level) / Advanced Level (GCE A-Level)
Generally, A-Level grades are evaluated as Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate grades are. A standard addition to GPA calculation is .5 per A-Level grade (A-F 4.0 scale) on a high school transcript. Calculations can vary from school to school. UGA Departments may authorize Placement Credit for A-Level subject scores.
How Do International Students Contact UGA?
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at email@example.com or call our office at +1 (706) 542-2112
All application materials can be mailed to the Admissions Office at this address:
UGA Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Terrell Hall, Room 212
210 South Jackson Street
Athens, GA 30602-1633
Additional documents may be requested at time of application. Faxes and photocopies of official documents will not be accepted.