Boise State University is located in the state capital of Idaho, a dynamic western city of over 200,000 in a metropolitan area of 587,000. Boise has all the advantages of a big city such as good medical services, entertainment and transportation, without the big-city worries of high crime and pollution. English is the predominant language spoken and the cultural experience is truly American.
There are over 200 programs of study at Boise State University, with both undergraduate and graduate options for international students.
Application Priority Dates:
The international admissions priority date for the Fall 2014 semester is May 15. Applications completed after the priority date are considered on a space-available basis. We recommend that you complete your application by submitting all required application materials as soon as possible, especially if you are applying for scholarships.
Spring 2014 semester (January start): October 15
Fall 2014 semester (August start): May 15
GEM scholarship - December 15 (priority date)
International Student Scholarship - April 1
August 19: International Students’ First Day of Classes
Boise State has established priority dates for receipt of your admission application materials to allow sufficient time to process immigration paperwork and apply for your visa. To guarantee you will be considered for admission, the International Admissions Office must receive your application and all supporting materials by the priority date. After the priority date, applications will be considered on a space available basis. Graduate degree programs often have earlier deadlines. Please contact the program you are interested in for further details.