1. What is the I-20 and when do I get it?
In order to get a student visa, you must have an I-20 from the University of Georgia stating that you are a student. International students do not get their I-20 form until they are ACCEPTED to school. This usually means that you have been cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center and have met all the requirements for admission.
2. What additional admission requirements are there for international students?
In addition to completing the regular admission application, you must also complete the Supplemental Application for International Students and the Certificate of Finances. If English is not your native language, you must present a TOEFL score of 80 (internet-based), 213 (computer test) or 550 (paper test). The printable forms for international admission are located on the UGA Admissions website international section. Click here or on the image below to visit their website.