- Application and fee
- Personal statement
- Send transcripts
- Additional requirements for international students
- Apply now
- Spring quarter admission
- Send test scores?
1. Application and fee
U.S. transfer students
The $70 application fee ($80 for autumn) for U.S. transfer students is nonrefundable and must be submitted each time you apply for admission.Learn more about the U.S. application fee
International transfer students
The 80 USD application fee (90 USD for autumn) is nonrefundable and must be submitted each time you apply.Learn more about the international application fee
2. Personal statement
All applicants must write a personal statement and submit it with the application for admission.
The personal statement should be a comprehensive narrative essay outlining significant aspects of your academic and personal history, particularly those that provide context for your academic achievements and educational choices. Quality of writing and depth of content both contribute toward a meaningful and relevant personal statement.Learn more about about the personal statement
3. Send transcripts
Official college transcripts and unofficial high school transcripts are required components of your application file.Learn more about sending transcripts
4. Additional requirements for international students
International applicants — those who need an F-1 student visa or have another type of temporary, non-immigrant visa — must read about further requirements and instructions, especially those regarding English proficiency.Learn more about additional requirements for international students
5. Apply nowNo transfer applications are open at this time.
6. Spring quarter admission
Spring quarter is open only to applicants to specific departments in engineering and computer science.Learn more about Spring quarter
7. Send test scores?
U.S. transfer students —SAT/ACT
SAT or ACT scores are required only for applicants with fewer than 40 transferable college credits.Learn more about SAT/ACT scores
International transfer students — English proficiency
International students must submit English proficiency test scores that meet the minimum requirement for admission at the Seattle campus of the University of Washington. The SAT and ACT exams are not required for international students.