Transcripts and Proof of Degree
Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended are required. To be considered official, transcripts must be sent directly from the institution electronically or by mail. Applicants applying as non-degree students are required to provide transcripts from their highest degree only.
Office of Admission
1501 W. Bradley Ave.
Peoria, IL 61625
Documents submitted by mail cannot be returned to the applicant.
A bachelor's degree considered to be the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor's degree. Some three-year bachelor's degrees are not considered equivalent to a US bachelor's degree. In those circumstances, applicants are required to complete a two-year master's equivalent degree in order to be eligible to apply. An additional one year of study at the undergraduate level does not fulfill the minimum eligibility requirement.The MBA program at Bradley University may choose to accept your three-year degree from India for admission purposes even if it is not considered equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's. In these cases, the degree must be awarded by an institution accredited by India's NAAC with a grade of "A" or better.
In the U.S., a transcript is the name given to the official university report listing the subjects, grades, dates of attendance, and other information reflecting a student's academic performance at a specific institution. A transcript is considered official only when prepared by the institution and submitted directly to Bradley University in a sealed envelope or electronically (as listed above).
One set of official copies of transcripts, academic records, or university mark sheets should be sent directly from the academic institution (normally the registrar's office) to Bradley’s Office of Admission. Transcripts should reflect subjects and examination results on a year-by-year or semester-by-semester basis. Transcripts in a language other than English must be accompanied by an official translation. An explanation of the grading system should be included, if not noted on the document. Certification of the degree and the date the degree was awarded is required.
Applicants from countries using statements of marks, memorandum of marks, mark sheets, etc., are required to submit official (attested) copies of their annual and semester mark sheets from every examination session for all subjects passed, failed, and repeated. Consolidated mark sheets alone are not accepted.