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UConn Admissions 2024: Admission requirements & Deadline

Dark Clock Icon Last updated on 20 Feb '24, by Rashmi Gupta (Study Abroad Expert)

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What’s new?

What’s new at UConn?   The university is home to over 32,000 students and 9,620 faculty and staff members, out of which about 14% of students and 12% of staff members are international. UConn further hosts hundreds of visiting professors to train and research with the university faculty and students each year. With more than 80% of graduates getting employed or studying further within six months from graduation, UConn is known to hand globally-acceptable degrees. The university boasts an alumni network of 2,58,000 graduates working worldwide and counting. 

University of Connecticut Admission 2024 Highlights

The University of Connecticut acceptance rate is 56% and the student-faculty ratio is 15:1.  For UConn admissions, international applicants need to meet the requirements as per the program. We have provided University of Connecticut admission details:



Applications Portal

UG- Common application

PG- official website 

Application Fee

UG- USD 80 or INR 6,636

PG - USD 75 or INR 6,221

Acceptance Rate


English Language Tests Accepted


Intake Season 

Fall / Spring 

University of Connecticut courses & Fees 2024 

UConn offers more than 100 undergraduate majors and over 85 fields for graduate and research studies. The University of Connecticut offers over 20 undergraduate and graduate programs in multiple specializations. The MSBAPM is a top-ranked, leading Master of Science program that enhances the skills of solving key business issues. Many of the University of Connecticut courses are ranked among the top programs in the world in the Times Higher Education subjects ranking. Students may also choose to undergo professional practice in any of these fields. The popular areas of study at UConn are:



1st Year Tuition Fees

B.E. / B.Tech (15 Courses)

4 years

INR 30.44 L - 32.02 L

B.Sc. (23 Courses)

4 years

INR 30.44 L - 30.95 L

BBA (11 Courses)

4 years

INR 30.44 L - 32.02 L

B.A. (28 Courses)

4-5 years

INR 30.95 L

Others UG (12 Courses)

4 years

INR 30.95 L

BFA (7 Courses)

4 years

INR 30.95 L

B.J.M.C. (3 Courses)

4 years

INR 30.95 L

B.Agri (4 Courses)

2-4 years

INR 30.95 L

B.Arch (1 Course )

4 years

INR 32.02 L

B.Pharma (1 Course)

4 years

INR 30.95 L

MS (37 Courses)

12 months-5 years

INR 30.95 L - 33.46 L

MIM (10 Courses)

15 months-2 years

INR 22.17 L - 33.7 L

PG Certificate (24 Courses)

12 months-2 years

INR 6.95 L - 17.28 L

M.A. (18 Courses)

18 months-5 years

INR 32.39 L

MD (5 Courses)

4-7 years

INR 61.06 L

Others PG (10 Courses)

18-24 months

INR 32.39 L - 34.14 L

LL.M. (10 Courses)

1 year-4 years

INR 25.15 L - 50.41 L

MDS (1 Course)

18-24 months

INR 60.4 L

MBA/PGDM (2 Courses)

2-5 years

INR 30.95 L - 31.88 L

Also read: Most popular programmes in the USA

University of Connecticut Application Deadline 2024

International students can apply for the University of Connecticut admissions through either the Common Application or Apply Coalition with Scoir.  University of Connecticut application fee for UG is USD 80 or INR 6,636 and PG is USD 75 or INR 6,221. Students need to earn  12 or more transferrable credits to apply as international students in Connecticut. The University of Connecticut has two intakes that are Fall and Spring.

 For admission to the School of Engineering, students must have secondary education with physics and chemistry as major subjects. International students can check the University of Connecticut admission dates below:

Undergraduate Admission Deadlines

Check below the admission deadline for undergraduate study at UConn:


Admission Dates

Fall Semester

Regional Campus First-Year Application Deadline

May 1, 2024

Graduate Admission Deadlines

Check below the admission deadline for graduate study at UConn:


Admission Dates

Fall 2024

Last day to submit an application & pay fee

Jul 24, 2024

Note: International students are recommended to apply for UConn graduate admissions a minimum of 2 months before getting into the university successfully.


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  • Academically oriented
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MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (STEM) - Batch of 2025
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Reputed University but we have to raise our standards equally and search for opportunities.
Tips: I haven't experienced any cultural shift. College provides scholarships based on the first-semester credit. Please check the university website for full details and can mail a representative for more details. They are helpful. Good University. It is up to you to make connections and find opportunities.
Likes (Public transportation): Hartford campus is not much of a campus. It is just a business building besides an undergrad building. If you want to enjoy the campus experience, choose Stamford but it has fewer opportunities for Part time jobs. The Hartford campus is in the downtown which is quite busy, so not far from the city. The bus transportation is good and running 24/7. Students are given with college pass, which makes it easy to travel. As I said, the university provides a bus pass for you to travel all over Connecticut.
Dislikes (Internships): At the moment, as you all know, the market is not as good as before. Considering the current situation, I have given 2 stars. But again, it depends on the individual. People with the right and good amount of work experience are likely to be shortlisted for the opportunities.
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MS in Business Analytics and Project Management (STEM) - Batch of 2024
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Place to build your career
Tips: Getting a scholarship for a master's programme in business analytics and project management is very hard. You won't be experiencing much of a campus life in Hartford but you meet a lot of career-driven people here and this is a good place to stay motivated and build your career by interacting with others. The academic curriculum is very important and valuable here.
Likes (Part time work): There are several on campus part times available at the main campus which is the Storrs campus for students. Also, there are multiple types of part-time available for all international and local students where you can work legally with good pay that is sufficient for all your needs and expenses to live as a student.
Dislikes (Student Life): Hartford campus isn't first choice, you miss a lot about your campus life in Hartford. Particularly for the Hartford campus as it is just a block for classes. You won't be experiencing many events or gathering to socialize but academically this university has its very own pros.
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Tips: Transitioning after coming here might involve adapting to a more urban environment. I experienced a cultural shift since I came from a completely different background. A merit-based scholarship of $3300 is available for students after their first semester. I am satisfied with the university and course, however, I enjoyed coming to the US experiencing various cultures and learning to live far from home.
Likes (Permanent Immigration): The campus is well-connected to the rest of the city. The most commonly used mode of transportation is buses, whereas other forms of transportation like trains are available for out-of-city travel. Public transportation is extremely convenient and free for students. Moreover, the frequency of buses is impressive.
Dislikes (Student Life): My experience at UConn hasn't been as vibrant as I expected. I head straight home after classes. There aren't many events organized on campus that catch my interest. Hence, I rarely find myself participating in these events due to lack of appeal. There are some student clubs and communities, but they don't seem to be very active or well-publicised.
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University of Connecticut Admission FAQs

Q:   What are the eligibility requirements for international students at UConn?


The minimum program-wise eligibility criteria that international applicants need to meet before applying to the University of Connecticut are given below:

Undergraduate Level Eligibility Requirements

Basic Education:

  • Secondary school from a recognised institution (equivalent to US 9–12 Grades) in relevant discipline

English Proficiency (either of):

  • IELTS: Minimum 6.5 bands

  • TOEFL: A minimum score of (either of):

    • Internet-based test: 79

    • Computer-based test: 213

    • Paper-based test: 550

  • Duolingo English Test (DET): A minimum score of 100

Standardized Exams (either of):

Graduate Level Eligibility Requirements

Basic Education:

  • Four-year bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0from a regionally accredited college or university

English Proficiency (either of):

  • IELTS: Minimum 6.5 bands

  • TOEFL: A minimum score of (either of):

    • Internet-based test: 79

    • Old Paper-based test: 550

    • New Paper-based test: 22/30 each in Listening, Reading, and Writing sections

  • PTE Academic: A minimum score of 53

Standardized Exams:

Note: To learn more about the specific entry requirements, it is recommended to visit the exact page of the intended course on the official website.

For more information visit: Study Guide to USA for International Students


Q:   What is the fee structure of courses offered by UConn University?


The annual tuition fee chargeable to international students at UConn for the academic year 2020–2021 is as follows:

Course Type

Tuition Fee* (in USD)

Bachelor degrees


Master degrees

27,300 – 41,040



Source: University of Connecticut

*Fee varies depending on the course and progressive years. We encourage you to check the school/department’s website for the exact fee.


Q:   What is the nursing programme in the University of Connecticut like?


Students can choose from a wide range of alternatives in the well-regarded nursing school at the University of Connecticut (UConn). The programme is renowned for its clinical practice emphasis, skilled professors, and demanding curriculum.
Undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees in nursing are available through UConn's nursing program. A strong foundation in nursing theory and practice is provided by the undergraduate degree, together with practical clinical experience in a range of healthcare settings. 
Advanced training in a range of nursing specializations, including nurse practitioner, nurse educator, and nurse leader, is provided via UConn's graduate programs. The purpose of these programs is to educate nurses for leadership roles in the healthcare industry as well as advanced practice responsibilities.


Q:   How much is the UConn application fee for international students?


A non-refundable application fee is chargeable to international students at the time application at UConn. The program-wise application fee is as follows:

Course Type

Application Fee* (in USD)

Bachelor degrees


Master degrees




Source: University of Connecticut

*Fee varies depending on the course and progressive years. We encourage you to check the school/department’s website for the exact fee.


Q:   Is there any scholarship offered by UConn available for international students?


UConn offers merit-based scholarships and need-based assistance to its students. International students studying in the USA are not eligible to apply for federal and state aids or UConn economic-need financial assistance.

However, deserving international students may enjoy a broad array of scholarships offered based on overall candidatures. These scholarships constitute excellence awards, leadership awards, STEM benefits, distinction awards, president scholarships, etc.

Undergraduate Scholarships

All the undergraduates are automatically considered for merit-based award system at UConn at the time of programme application.

Graduate Scholarships

Graduates need to understand the requirements of the university and apply for the available scholarships accordingly.


Q:   When will I hear from the University of Connecticut after I submit my application?


The time required to evaluate a profile and declare the first round of admissions by the University of Connecticut is two working days for graduate applicants. Undergraduate applicants may refer to the table below:

Application Timeline

Admission Decisions*

Fall applications

Early March (for all programs offered at Storrs Campus)

Spring applications

Decisions are made and shared on a rolling basis

Source: University of Connecticut

*Deadlines vary depending on the course and can change frequently. We encourage you to check the school/department’s website for exact deadlines.

The university sends out emails on the status of an application upon selection. It also keeps on updating the application status on the official website. Hence, students are recommended to remain active on emails and stay updated with the university notifications shared on the website.


Q:   What is the acceptance rate of the university for international students at University of Connecticut?


The University of Connecticut, which has more than 40,000 first-year applications across all of its campuses, is somewhat selective, with a 56% acceptance rate. 

The university receives more than 37,000 undergraduate applications from all over the world each year, out of which more than 50% are accepted. This shows an above-average rate of acceptance.

Preferred Profiles:

Assessment at UConn is done based on holistic profiles. The factors that strengthen a candidature include a perfect balance of:

  • Academics

  • Extracurricular activities

  • Leadership skills

However, it is important to note that more than 50% of undergraduates, enrolled at UConn, fall in the top 10% of their class in the latest qualification. Also, the average SAT score of the accepted students is close to 1306. As the admission criteria are very high, the selection at UConn is extremely competitive.


Q:   Is on-campus housing available at UConn?


UConn offers on-campus accommodation facilities to all its students in the form of apartments, residential halls, and suites. More than 65% of undergraduates live within the on-campus housing facilities offered by the university. The options available for undergraduates are:

Traditional housing 

Greek housing




Every room is provided with a bed, chair, closet, desk, and dresser. The basic amenities offered comprise:

  • Study rooms

  • Wi-Fi Internet

  • Laundry facilities

  • Volleyball court

  • Game rooms

  • Lounges 

for more information you can visit : Cost of MS in USA for Indian Students


Q:   Is BSc in Finance good at University of Connecticut?


The goal of the finance major is to give students the background knowledge and set of skills they need to succeed in careers linked to finance. Corporate or business finance, financial management in governmental and not-for-profit organizations, financial planning, investments, banking, insurance, real estate, and public accounting are some of the sectors that represent both domestic and international characteristics. To help students understand the complexity of financial management, case studies, investing games, and current events in the economy, financial markets, and institutions are all heavily emphasized. Due to its universality, a student may decide to major in finance even if they already fulfill all or the majority of the prerequisites for real estate or insurance. It is ranked #67 in National University Ranking By - US News & World Report 2023.


Q:   What are the admission requirements for a BSc in Finance at University of Connecticut?


The requirements are as followed:

12th standard- Applicants must have completed 12th from a recognised Institution.

  • The following college preparatory courses are required for all first-year applicants:

    • 4 years of English

    • 3 years of math (algebra I, algebra II, and geometry)

    • 2 years of social studies (including 1 year of U.S. history)

    • 2 years of a single foreign language (3 years strongly recommended)

    • 2 years of laboratory science

    • 3 years of electives

TOEFL - Marks - 79/120

IELTS - Marks - 6.5/9


Q:   Does UConn MBA require GMAT?


The average GMAT score needed to enroll in a school of business is 630, compared to a 539.42 average for Connecticut MBA programs and a 530.28 average for online GMAT programs. The Online MBA programme does not require the GMAT or GRE. However, you are allowed to do so if you think it will help your application if you submit your GMAT/GRE scores.


Q:   Is UConn good for MBA?


In terms of Best Business Schools and Part-time MBA, University of Connecticut is placed 93rd (tie) and 37th (tie). Schools are rated based on how well they perform against a set of generally recognised measures of quality. The programme is frequently regarded as one of the Top 50 MBA Programmes in the nation. Finance and Health Systems are available as specializations in the full-time MBA program. Marketing, OPIM, financial management, and real estate investment and financing.


Q:   Is BSc in Civil engineering good at University of Connecticut?


The BSCE is a degree programme created to prepare professionals to develop, build, and maintain a resilient and sustainable infrastructure. Coursework for the degree programme totals 128 credits. The educational goals of the civil engineering undergraduate programme are to equip our graduates with the knowledge and abilities required to: Follow a career path that can lead to professional licensure as an engineer who designs and builds solutions to civil engineering issues in the built and natural is ranked #350 in World University Ranking By - QS 2023.


Q:   Which are the MBA Scholarships offered by UConn?


The well-qualified MBA candidates are offered merit-based financial awards ranging from USD 1,000 to complete tuition fee waivers. These scholarships are awarded to MBA students in either of the two forms:

  • Awarded once with the full scholarship amount

  • Awarded assistantships: Awards include:

    • Full tuition waivers

    • Graduate/teaching assistantship

    • Working 10 hours a week

    • Semester stipends

    • Subsidized health benefits

Before applying for any scholarship, students must check and meet the complete eligibility requirements. 


Q:   Is UConn MBA worth it?


University of Connecticut is ranked No. 93 in Best Business Schools and No. 37 in Part-time MBA By U.S. News & World. The FLEX MBA at UConn is a 42-credit graduate degree programme created for students who want the rigor of a top-ranked MBA programme taught by world-class professors while also having the flexibility of online lectures, in-person classes, or a combination of both.


Q:   How much does UConn MBA cost?


UConn's MBA application cost is $75 and is non-refundable. With your application, you can pay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express). MBA at UConn for Indian students is not so expensive like any other university in U.S. The table below highlights the total cost of pursuing MBA at UConn: 

1st year tuition fees

Fees components


Tuition & fees

INR 32,19,731

Other expenses in 1st Year

Fees components


Hostel & Meals

INR 7,35,512


INR 2,35,135


INR 1,36,353

Books and supplies

INR 74,646


INR 11,81,646



Q:   What is the deadline for the UConn application?


The University of Connecticut deadline for fall intake is May 1 and for Spring intake is October 1. For admission into special programs like Medicine, Dental Medicine, and Law, the deadline is November 15 for international students. Check the below table to know more about the deadline for the UConn application:


Admission Dates

Fall Semester

Application Deadline for Special Programs in Medicine, Dental Medicine, & Law

Nov 15

Priority First-Year Application Deadline for Honors Consideration

Dec 1

Storrs Campus Application Deadline

Jan 15

Regional Campus First-Year Application Deadline

May 1

Spring Semester

First-Year Application Deadline for all UConn Campuses

Oct 1

International students can check the Admission Intakes in the US Universities 2023-2024


Q:   What GPA do you need to get into UConn?


International students must have a cumulative GPA value of 3.0 or higher, excluding the ESL curriculum to get into UConn. The grade point average may vary as per the programme in which students are applying. Students can check the below table to know more about the GPA requirements for specific programs at UConn:


GPA Requirements

Undergraduate at the UConn School of Law

GPA of 3.5 (4.0 scale)

Matriculate at the UConn School of Law

Maintain at least a 3.4 GPA as an undergraduate

Undergraduate at the School of Medicine

GPA of 3.5 (4.0 scale)

Matriculate at the School of Medicine

Maintain at least a 3.6 GPA as an undergraduate

Undergraduate at the School of Dental Medicine

GPA of 3.5 (4.0 scale)

Matriculate at the School of Dental Medicine

Maintain at least a 3.5 GPA (4.0 scale)


Q:   How is the M.Sc in Analytics programme at the University of Connecticut?


The University of Connecticut's MS in Analytics programme is renowned for its extensive curriculum, which blends commercial acumen with technological proficiency. Data analysis, statistical modeling, machine learning, and data visualization are the program's main areas of focus. Additionally, students can work on real-world projects and obtain practical experience. The curriculum takes use of the University of Connecticut's solid reputation in the analytics discipline. To find out the most recent information on the program, it's crucial to do some research and get in touch with the university directly.


Q:   Is the University of Connecticut public or private?


As a public university, the University of Connecticut (UConn) receives funding from the state government, which helps keep tuition costs lower for in-state students compared to private universities. Public universities often have a larger student population and offer a wide range of academic programs and resources, including research opportunities, internships, and extracurricular activities. UConn, being a public institution, also has a mission to serve the community and state through its education, research, and outreach programs.



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