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International students who want to transfer to Norwich University as a second- or third-year student or have taken 12 or more college level credits either in the U.S. or abroad, should refer to the transfer admission information.

Please submit your college transcript and a copy of your high school degree or transcript. Your college level courses will be evaluated for acceptable transfer credit towards Norwich degree completion. Often, we will require your course descriptions or syllabi in order to evaluate your credits for transfer.

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