Kingdom Truth University complies with U.S. government regulations for foreign students. Due to strict government regulations, KTU has detailed requirements pertaining to foreign students. The university does not have special funding available to assist foreign students in financing their education. It is the responsibility of foreign students to obtain the proper documents and to furnish the University with these documents.
Prior to student receiving letter of acceptance to obtain a visa, certain requirements must be met:
Applications for both freshman and transfer admission are reviewed after all required information is received.
Applicants for both freshman and transfer admission must submit the following:
When academic, language and financial abilities are certified, the Office of Global Engagement will issue an I-20 or DS-2019 (Certificate of Eligibility). This document is to be taken to a U.S. Consulate to apply for a nonimmigrant student visa. Form DS-2019 (J-1 exchange visitor visa certificate) is usually issued to students who are funded by their home government or by an international organization. If no organizational sponsor is involved, an I-20 (F-1 student visa certificate) will be issued. Students are responsible for maintaining legal status with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security during their studies.
International students who are transferring from another school in the U.S. will be issued visa documents at the time of their enrollment at KTU. If the transfer student plans to leave the United States for a brief visit to his/her home country prior to coming to KTU, the student must notify the Office of Admissions of this intention prior to departing the U.S.
Questions regarding immigration issues should be directed to the Office of Admissions.
The Office of Admission serves international students on campus. It shares responsibility for processing all international acceptances and serves as liaison between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and all internationals on campus.