Contact one of our partnering agencies and begin the application process.
International families may also apply directly to TMA using the following steps:
Step 1 - The Application
The application is the first step to our admissions process. A current photograph of your child is requested to help the Admissions Department put a face with a name!
Step 2 - Request for Transcripts
We ask that you include the last three years of grade reports — translated into English — and any testing results with your application. We require official transcripts directly from the student's current school.
Step 3 - Birth Certificate and Immunization Records
We must have a copy of the student’s birth certificate and immunization records, translated into English.
Step 4 - For The Master’s Academy to issue an I-20 form, the United States Immigration and Naturalization Services require that all parents of applicants submit proof of their ability to support their child’s studies. This documentation is usually required when applying for an F-1 visa.
Step 5 - Schedule an Admissions Interview — We will contact you as soon as you submit your forms to the Admissions Department. The interview generally takes about 20 minutes and is an informal “get-to-know-you” time in which we will also look for English proficiency. This process will take place with a Skype interview.
Step 6 - The Master's Academy issues an I-20
Step 7 - F-1 Visa Transfer for Students Already in the U.S.
If you are transferring from another school in the U.S. and already have an F-1 Visa, please sign the top portion of the International Student Transfer Form and submit it with your application.
Step 8 - Admissions Decision
Admissions decisions will be made on a rolling basis. You will be notified by mail and will have two weeks to return the enrollment contract sent with acceptance letter.
If you have any additional questions, contact the Admissions Office at 407-971-2221 ext. 1820, or email Admissions@MastersAcademy.org
Financial Aid for International Students
This program is limited and requires a new application to be filed annually to be considered for funding. Eligibility is based in part on income and asset levels during 2020. Applications will be accepted using an independent service provider and will also require a copy of your 2020 tax return translated to English and U.S. dollars.