Yes, we accept applications from people who reside in most countries outside the United States. We do not accept applications from candidates residing in Australia, Germany, Spain, or Taiwan. Our program does not make non-US citizens eligible for F-1 or J-1 visas except for the period of time of the required program residencies (one week at the beginning and one week at the end of the degree program in New York City). According to US immigration regulations, F-1 students cannot pursue online degrees.
Applicants must be aware that our online program entails live, synchronous class meetings that are typically scheduled once per week between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. (18:00 and 21:00) Eastern Time (New York). It is the sole responsibility of the student to be available for live, online class sessions during those times. Applicants must also be aware that there are two week-long, on-campus residencies at the start and end of each program during which you may need a visa (read more about visa-related international student fees).
If an applicant is located outside of the US, please note that online programs may not be recognized by institutions (such as the local ministry of education) within the home country. Further, the fee for programs may be subject to local taxes, which are the sole responsibility of participants located outside of the US.