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Admission to RIT is competitive, but our admissions process is a personal one. We want to learn about your interests, abilities, and goals in order to provide guidance as you select a college that is right for you.
You should apply as an international student if you need a visa in order to study or live in the United States. If you are a US citizen, dual US citizen or permanent resident of the US, you are not considered an international applicant.
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Frequently asked questions
International scholarships will be awarded to highly qualified freshmen and transfer applicants based on academic merit or financial need.
To be considered for a merit-based scholarship, you do not need to submit an additional application. However, to be considered for a need-based scholarship, you must complete the College Board International Student Financial Aid Application.
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