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International Undergraduate Students Transferring to New Mexico Tech

Transfer students must have completed the same secondary school coursework as freshman applicants. To apply for admission, you must submit all the same materials required of incoming freshmen plus the documents listed below:

Transcripts Official transcripts from U.S. colleges or universities must be sent directly to New Mexico Tech Undergraduate Admission by all institutions previously attended.

If you have attended or are attending college-level courses at a college or university outside the United States, New Mexico Tech requires a Comprehensive Course-by-Course Report from World Education Services. Contact WES at www.wes.org for instructions on submitting your credentials. WES requires a fee for processing applications.

Catalog or syllabus Supply a university catalog or syllabi in English from all courses taken at previous universities outside the United States if you want to transfer the credit from those courses.

Tech Pygmies Fall in Championship Rugby Match

Tech Pygmies Fall in Championship Rugby Match

SOCORRO, N.M. April 8, 2014 – The University of New Mexico captured the Rio Grande Rugby Football Union 2013-2014 collegiate championship on a blustery Saturday with a 19-5 victory over New Mexico Tec...

Global Village Day, International Potluck

Global Village Day, International Potluck

SOCORRO, N.M. April 8, 2014 – The annual Global Village Day will feature international students, fine dining and dance and music performances on Thursday, April 10. The day’s events start with displa...

Three Engineering Students Win Technical Writing Contest

Three Engineering Students Win Technical Writing Contest

SOCORRO, N.M. April 7, 2014 – Three Mechanical Engineering students – Corey Smith, Kevin Hill, and Colton Fascitelli – were selected as winners in an international contest called The Briefing Tech Wri...

New Exoplanet Instrument Achieves First Light!

New Exoplanet Instrument Achieves First Light!

SOCORRO, N.M., April 7, 2014 – Four and half years since its initial conception, the New Mexico Exoplanet Spectroscopic Survey Instrument, or NESSI, achieved first light using the Magdalena Ridge Obse...

Japanese Drummers Thunder Into Socorro

Japanese Drummers Thunder Into Socorro

SOCORRO, N.M. April 7, 2014 – Prepare to be amazed by the powerful mystic sounds and rhythms of ancient Japan when Taikoza takes to the stage at New Mexico Tech’s Macey Center in a Performing Arts Ser...

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