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Whether you’re studying for a semester or for your full degree, you will not only immerse yourself in U.S. life and culture, but also meet fellow engineers from all over the globe who are dedicated to making an impact on the world.


2+2 Coordinated Undergraduate Degree Program

On Coordinated Undergraduate Degree Programs (2+2), students can earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri. Students will spend an average of two years completing the necessary coursework at the home institution. Students then transfer, along with the allowable number of credit hours, to finish their degree at MU. Mizzou encourages students to complete their coursework in two years, but often find that many stay longer in order to take full advantage of this academic and cultural experience.

For questions, please contact the Office of International Programs at

3+2 Collaborative Academic Programs

Mizzou also offers Collaborative Academic Programs to international students interested in furthering their education. Students participating in the Collaborative Academic Programs, on average, spend about 3 years studying at their home institution, and then come to MU as a visiting student. As course requirements are met, students can receive their Bachelor’s degree from their home institution, and apply to complete their master’s at Mizzou.

Admission Requirements:

  • Application Form
  • TOEFL/IELTS Scores*
    • TOEFL minimum online score of 79 (no section score below 15)
    • IELTS minimum score of 6.5 (no part score below 6.0)
  • Proof of Financial Support – You will have to prove you can cover the estimated undergraduate expenses for a full year. This financial support can come from:
    • Yourself
    • Family member or friend
    • Government scholarship
    • Scholarship(s)

Visit the Office of Admissions application materials page to see what documents are required to prove you have the necessary financial resources.

  • Official Transcripts

GPA of 2.5 or higher on a U.S. 4.0 scale

*2+2 and 3+2 admission requirements may differ, please contact the Office of International Programs at for more information.

Tuition and fee information is available each April for the upcoming academic year.

For questions, please contact the Office of International Programs at

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