The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Graduate School uses a portfolio approach in all admissions decisions. While GRE or GMAT scores are an essential part of the UL Lafayette application, applicants should know that test scores are only one of many factors that contribute to an applicant’s admission, denial, or receipt of funding. Graduate programs take into account GPA and letters of recommendation, as well as other documents, when as-sessing an applicant’s academic potential and ability.
Official test scores sent directly from the test administrator are required as part of the application portfolio. Go to Application Information for a complete listing of required application materials.
Tests for UL Lafayette Graduate School
For more information on each test including registration information, preparation suggestions, and minimum score expectations, click on each test below.
GRE (required of all applicants, except MBA, MBA:HCA, and Accounting applicants)
GMAT (required of MBA, MBA:HCA, and Accounting applicants only)
English Language Proficiency Exams (TOEFL or IELTS)
(required of international applicants who do not hold a degree from a U.S. institution)