WCTC Students

International Students

Welcoming Students from Around the World

Whether you're just starting out in your career or looking to improve your skills, WCTC is a great place to be an international student. International students can choose from a number of associate degree programs that are eligible for an F-1 student visa.

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Contact Information

WCTC Global Education Center

Building B, Room B-110K

Global Education Center
Waukesha County Technical College
800 Main Street
Pewaukee, WI 53072 USA

  • TOEFL: 8769
  • SEVIS: CHI214F20223000
  • ACT: 4671

F-1 International Student Admission Process

Application Deadlines

  • June 1 - fall semester start
  • November 1 - spring semester start

Steps to Apply

1

Submit Paperwork

Submit International Student Application and International Students Recognition of Financial Support to WCTC's Global Education Center.

Please note: Certain associate degree programs are not available to out-of-district and international students due to program demand and waitlists. Consult the international student program availability list for more information.

2

Check Your Mail

If you are admitted, WCTC will mail you an admission letter, I-20 and other WCTC-related information.

3

Pay SEVIS Fee

Pay SEVIS I-901 Fee. Regulation requires all prospective students to pay the I-901 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) Fee before the Department of State issues you a visa.

4

Obtain F-1 Visa

Follow your local U.S. Embassy or Consular office instructions for obtaining the F-1 visa. An interview is required. Bring your WCTC admission information, financial information, receipt of SEVIS I-901 payment and any other required documentation to the interview.

5

Complete Admissions Steps

After your F-1 visa is approved, follow the steps in your admission packet, which include:

 

F-1 Program Availability

WCTC has many associate degree programs, but not all are open to F-1 international students. All F-1 international students must enroll in a full-time, in-person associate degree program. The programs listed below are eligible for F-1 international students. Due to high demand, some programs are open to in-district students only and are not eligible for F-1 international students.


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