Admission to UOnline

What makes a successful application?

When you apply to study online with the University of Miami, you are required to provide transcripts from the academic institutions you have attended, graduate exam results,* a recent resume, a personal statement and letters of recommendation. These documents help us understand your career goals, academic and professional background and make an informed admissions decision to ensure the program is right for you.

We are interested in the overall quality of your application, rather than individual components. You need to complete all the elements of the application and submit all the required documentation before you can be considered for admission.

*GRE and GMAT waivers are available for qualified applicants.

Applying to UOnline

How to submit your application

When you decide to pursue a degree with UOnline, you’ll have a dedicated enrollment advisor to guide you through the application process. Follow the steps outlined below and contact your enrollment advisor with any questions.

1. Start your application

Go to our online application.

2. Compile Documents

Upload the Required Documents in the upload section.

  • Unofficial transcript: Submit a copy of your transcript from all academic institutions attended
  • Submit Test Scores (Dependent on Program) 
  • Résumé: Submit your most recent résumé that appropriately illustrates your professional experience
  • Personal statement: Submit a one-page personal statement addressing your interest in the program in relation to your professional background and career aspirations.
  • Language Proficiency: International students who do not hold an undergraduate U.S degree must submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores. For more information, please see the Student Handbook.

3. Submit your official transcripts

Electronically (preferred) or by regular mail:


By mail: 
Online Enrollment – Admissions Office
1320 S. Dixie Hwy, Suite 902
Locator – 2291
Coral Gables, FL 33146-2291

Please note: All graduate applicants who have attended a college or university outside the United States must submit official transcripts and diplomas (if available) from all colleges and universities attended to one of the three approved evaluation services. Click here for more details.

4. Obtain two professional recommendations

Enter names and contact information for two (2) people who can comment on your professional ability in the online application. Recommenders automatically receive an email to fill out your recommendation online. You can then track the status of each recommendation in the system. Recommendations must be received by the application deadline to be considered for admissions.

5. Apply for financial aid

Click here for more info about financial aid and scholarships available to our students. Our enrollment advisors are also available to help you every step of the way.

Have a specific question? Speak to a member of our enrollment team who can guide you through the application process.

Speak with an advisor

November 11 is the financial aid deadline for students who wish to start classes May 4, 2020.

Read more about the options you can explore to finance your education here
or speak to your enrollment advisor to find out if you can reduce your tuition.

Speak with an advisor