Application for Admission
If you are interested in enroling as a student at SDGKU, please complete and sign the Application Form for Admissions:
Applicants must attach the completed form to an email with the subject line stating “New Student Application for Admissions” and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will receive a confirmation email from SDGKU with instructions on how to proceed with your registration and enrollment within 7 working days of the day you emailed your application.
If you are applying for an academic program, such as a bachelors a masters, the Application Form for Admission requires you to submit a “Statement of Purpose” that clearly explains why you desire to enroll at SDGKU and the benefits you expect in your personal and/or professional life from studying at SDGKU. Please make sure to limit the length of your statement to 100 words.
If you are applying for a non-degree program a statement of purpose is not mandatory, however it is recommended.
GMAT exam results are considered as an admissions criterion for applicants to the Master of Science in International Management (MSIM) program.
Please read the admission requirements below to begin gathering the information that will be requested during the enrollment process.
Financial Aid Application
If you are planning to use US Department of Education federal financial aid to pay for your programs, please complete and submit the Financial Aid Application for Admission:
Note: SDGKU reserves the right to accept or reject any application form. Financial Aid applications will not be accepted until Spring 2020.
For Bachelors and Masters degree applicants, please submit to SDGKU by mail all original Transcript(s) of Academic Records from the school(s) that you have attended and earned academic credits from. Non-degree program applicants are required to submit their unofficial high school transcripts or diploma or unofficial university transcripts.
- Bachelors and non-degree programs applicants should submit their official high school transcripts or GED.
- Masters programs applicants should submit transcripts from the university that issued their undergraduate degree.
A scanned copy of these documents will be requested during the admissions process.
Originals of all Transcript(s) of Academic Records in a sealed envelope should be sent directly to the following address:
San Diego Global Knowledge University
1095 K Street, Suite B
San Diego, CA, 92101
You will not be able to proceed to the enrollment phase of the admisison process until SDGKU has received and approved your original Transcript(s) of Academic Records.
Transcript(s) of Academic Records as well as all other admission documents submitted to SDGKU will be kept permanently by SDGKU and will not be returned to the student at anytime during or after their program(s) of study.
Personal Identification Document
As part of the admissions process all applicants must submit via email to SDGKU at email@example.com a scanned copy of one of the following personal identification documents:
- Driver’s license
- Citizenship or residency card
- Birth certificate
All applicants must submit via email to SDGKU at firstname.lastname@example.org a their curriculum vitae/resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Please limit the length of the document to 3 pages
Submit via email to SDGKU at email@example.com a digital color photo. Photos must meet the following requirements:
Content: Please crop the photo to be your headshot only. No sunglasses of any type are permitted; prescription eyewear is aceptable.
English Language Proficiency Certification
Degree program applicants that are non-native of an English speaking country are required to provide evidence one of the following english language proficiency certifications:
- A minimum score of 550 points in the international TOEFL exam
- Mastery of ELPW Level 2 for bachelors applicants
- Mastery of ELPW Level 3 for masters applicants
New Student Enrollment Agreement
In the enrollment phase of the application process, all applicants must complete and return via email to SDGKU at firstname.lastname@example.org the New Student Enrollment Agreement (NSEA) for their respective program or course. This document establishes students as enrolled in the university, describing important university policies, program costs (tuition and fees), start and completion dates, as well as general responsibilities as agreed upon between the student and university. Once a NSEA is signed and returned by the applicant, an Official Admission Letter is sent by SDGKU to the applicant.