WyoTech can provide you with support all around the world.
Non-resident, non-immigrant students planning to study at WyoTech must complete all the required admission procedures and upon receipt of the required documents, WyoTech will send a letter confirming enrollment and issue the Certificate of Eligibility (I-20 Form).
The student must present the Certificate of Eligibility to a U.S. embassy or consulate to obtain a visa for entry into the United States. The I-20 and the visa must be in the student's possession prior to departure from their home country. A $100.00 SEVIS fee must be paid prior to the issue of a I-20 [certificate of eligibility form].
After eligibility has been determined, applicants will:
Interview with an Admissions Representative
WyoTech is a very unique school and it is not for everyone. The first step in the admissions process is an interview. During the interview, you will meet with an admissions representative to discuss your goals and whether or not the school is a good match for you. This interview will take place at your home by a local WyoTech representative. We are excited to meet with you and your family to discuss WyoTech and listen to your career ambitions.
If your goals and the school are a good match, then the admissions representative can help you apply by submitting your application.
Prepare for Start Date
After you have applied and reserved your seat in the class of your choice, WyoTech's support staff will help you in preparing for your start date. We'll assist you in locating and securing housing if necessary as well as help you through the Financial Aid process.
Start your Course
Start your course and take the first step into your new career. In as little as nine months you can complete the training at WyoTech and begin pursuing a career you'll love with the new skills you've learned.
*WyoTech's Long Beach Campus does not accept international students.
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