Application & Fees1Transcripts2TOEFL/IELTS/PTE3GMAT & GRE4Letter(s) of Recommendation5Start your online application: Apply Now $75 Non Refundable Application Fee Acceptable methods of payment for the $75 Application Fee are: Personal check, Money order or Credit card. Credit Card payments are accepted online through the application for admission. Once the application is submitted, Money Orders or Personal Checks are the only remaining options. Important Note: Please, do not send cash or personal credit card information in the mail. Mailing Information University Transcripts from All Universities Attended Official transcripts are those that arrive at our office in an envelope sealed by the institution or local ministry of education. All documents must be accompanied by a certified English translation. College/University transcripts are always required even if the applicant did not complete a degree or program at the previous institution.Test Scores: TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE TOEFL or IELTS The CU Denver institutional code for TOEFL : 4875 Applicants will be considered to have obtained the required English language proficiency if they meet satisfactory scores (below) or one of the additional options: Score Requirements: TOEFL Minimum TOEFL Score Accepted: 75 IBT / 537 PBT TOEFL Subscores Reading 15 Listening 15 Speaking 18 Writing 17 IELTS Minimum IELTS Score Accepted: 6.5 The TOEFL/IELTS requirement can be waived if an applicant has graduated from the ESL Academy. Information regarding other considerations for exemption, including country of citizenship/origin, and special circumstances can be found here. Please note that some graduate level programs will require a higher score on the TOEFL/IELTS and applicants should consult the department for additional details IELTS Subscores Reading 5.5 Listening 5.5 Speaking 5.5 Writing 5.5 PTE Academic Minimum PTE Academic Score Accepted: 51 TThe Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic) is currently in a pilot review at the University of Colorado Denver. We will accept a 51 PTE Academic score with the following subscores: PTE Academic Subscores Reading 44 Listening 44 Speaking 49 Writing 47 TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE Waiver Requirement(s): Successfully completed level 5 of the University of Colorado Denver’s ESL Academy. Graduated from a US accredited school abroad with English as the medium of instruction. Graduated with bachelor’s degree in the US or successfully completed a minimum of two semesters of full-time study in a master’s program at a US accredited institution. Graduated from and completed a minimum of one year of secondary school in the US that included at least one unit of college preparatory English. Exempt Countries: Australia, Belize, Botswana, Canada (except Quebec), Commonwealth Caribbean, Ghana, Great Britain, Ireland, Kenya, New Zealand, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Test Scores: GMAT & GRE GMAT scores are required for all graduate Business programs. GRE scores are required for some programs; please check your department's website. View the GMAT and GRE institutional codes for reporting scores to CU Denver. Find Your Department Letters of Recomendation Letters of recommendation that are academic in nature are preferred by admissions committees, but if it has been several years since you attended a college/university professional references will also be accepted. Graduate Letter Recomendation Form Click here for the recomended request for recomendation form or review specific details regarding letters of recommendation by school or college below: Find Your Department Business School Requirements 2 letters of recomendation are required for the following programs: Master of Business in Health Administration (MBAH) Master of Science in Health Administration (HLTH) Global Energy Management (GEMM) 11-month Master of Business Administration (AMBA) 3 letters of recomendation are required for the following programs: Computer Science and Information Systems (PHIS) If your Business School program is not listed above then letters of recomendation are not required, but still highly encouraged.