Apply FAQ

A CV is a curriculum vitae or your resume, which is a brief account of your job history, educational background, and other previous experiences. This is required for all graduate applicants.

If your transcript is in English but is not on the 4.0 scale, you could still submit it to NIT for evaluation. However, if it is NOT in English, you would have to get it translated and transcribed by an international evaluation services company.

You could ask former instructors or supervisors to write your letters.

Bank statements or proof of income are required for international students. International students must prove that they could pay for the annual total cost of attendance and have that amount reflected on their accounts.

We require the TOEFL or IELTS, but if you’ve done at least 3 years of English instruction at an international school or if all of your classes were taught in English, we could waive the tests.

Yes. International students are eligible to apply for our Lotus and Springboard scholarships.