International Students

Transcripts

High School Transcripts

For admission purposes, for all submitted transcripts/documentation/credentials not in English, students must provide an official/certified/notarized and translated word-for-word translation along with the original documents. All final high school transcripts must show the date of graduation.

After enrollment, students must provide proof of high school graduation. International Students can provide proof of high school graduation by submitting their transcripts to World Education Services (WES) (see below for exceptions):

American High Schools:  Students who attend American model schools abroad that are taught solely in English are not required to submit their transcripts to WES. 

IB Schools/Diplomas:  Students who attend International Baccalaureate schools that are taught solely English and/or obtain an International Baccalaureate diploma are not required to submit their transcripts to WES. 

General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE/IGCSE):  Applicants must submit at least 5 GCSE test scores. Three or more “A” level grades of B or better in Academic Courses, two of which must be English and math. Academic Courses will be considered under the subject heading of History, English, math, Science, Business or Technology.

Canada:  Canadian students who attend schools that are taught primarily in English are not required to submit their transcripts to WES. If a student’s school is taught in French they will be required to send their transcripts to WES.

All students who are not required to submit their transcripts/documents to WES must forward official, sealed copies directly to the Admissions Department.

College Transcripts
International transfer candidates must submit all official/certified/notarized and translated post-secondary school (university/college) records.

Transfer applicants must submit translated course descriptions or syllabi, with exact course names and numbers, for all post-secondary (university/college) academic work attempted so that it may be evaluated for possible transfer of credit.

Official Transcript evaluation by World Education Services (WES), the evaluation must be a Comprehensive Course by Course WES ICAP Report, which can be combined with high school transcripts.

Canada:  Canadian students who attend schools that are taught primarily in English are not required to submit their transcripts to WES. If a student’s school is taught in French they will be required to send their transcripts to WES.

All students who are not required to submit their transcripts/documents to WES must forward official, sealed copies directly to the Admissions Department.

LIM College reserves the right to request additional documentation for admission.



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