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International Exchange Students


Please contact our Director of International Admission, Molly West with any questions you may have during the application process.


Steps to Apply


Step 1: Complete the International Exchange Application

Apply online using our International Exchange Student Application.

Step 2: Submit Supporting Documents

  • Nomination from Home University.
  • Academic Transcript (English translation required).
  • Proof of English Proficiency - English language tests, official IELTS or TOEFL scores (if English is the native language the IELTS/TOEFL requirement may be waived). For students whose first language is not English, Millsaps requires IELTS scores of band 6.5 or higher, a minimum score of 80 on the iBT TOEFL TOEFL code is 1471.
  • Copy of Passport – Send a clear, scanned copy of your passport identification pages including United States visas or entry stamps.
  • Course Selection – Review the course list on Major Access and complete the International Exchange Student Course Selection Form (PDF) indicating courses you wish to take while attending Millsaps. List in order of priority and indicate if a course is mandatory. You will be connected with a Millsaps academic advisor to confirm courses after you are admitted. Courses can not be guaranteed.
  • Financial Verification – Complete the International Verification of Financial Support (PDF) and send to 
    internationaladmissions@millsaps.edu. This document and proof of funds (banking documents) are required for students requiring an F-1 study visa to the United States. Review the estimated cost of study below. (For students on an approved program, tuition waivers will be granted).

International Exchange Student Estimated Costs




Tuition: Waived for exchange partners



$1,150 $1,150


$3,660* $3,660*


$2,825 $2,825

Books and Supplies:

$600 $600

Domestic Transportation:

$325 $325

Health Insurance:

$300** $300**


$550 $550


$9,410*** $9,410***

* This is the minimum cost for housing; costs vary depending on the type of accommodation selected.
** This is an estimated cost based on the standard "7 Corners" standard plan and average student age. Costs are variable based on age and coverage.
*** The above costs include minimum requirements. Students should be prepared for additional personal expenses, contingencies, and summer/winter break expenses. If you will not travel home for the summer please be sure to plan accordingly for additional expense.

Step 3: Consult with Admission Counselor

You will be contacted by the Office of Admission with an admission decision and next steps. If you have questions regarding your application please contact the Director of International Admission, Molly West.