Belize

Last updated
24/01/2022
Institutionally agreed
15/05/2018

Undergraduate

Qualifications we accept for undergraduate study

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination or GCE A-Levels.
Subject-specific grades:
I - II (at 2-unit level)

Typical entry requirements

I, I, I - II, II, II
(at 2-unit level)

English Language minimum for undergraduate study

CSEC or GCE O-level C or above, IELTS 6.0 overall, GCSE C or an equivalent qualification is required: Acceptable Language Qualifications.

Applicants who have studied in Belize for at least two years to complete an undergraduate degree or one year to complete a Masters degree, where the medium of instruction was English, are not required to undertake further English language tests.

Although applicants are ordinarily expected to have undertaken their studies in this country in order to meet the language requirement, if the qualification was studied remotely from outside this country then it may be considered as English language evidence on a case-by-case basis.

Postgraduate

Qualifications we accept for postgraduate study

3 year Bachelor degree from the The University of the West Indies or Galen University when validated by the University of Indianapolis

If we ask for 1st, you need:

1st
A+
4.3GPA
90%

If we ask for 2.1, you need:

2.1
A-
3.7GPA
75%

If we ask for 2.2, you need:

2.2
B
3.0GPA
65%

English Language minimum for postgraduate study

CSEC or GCE O-level C or above, IELTS 6.5 overall, GCSE C or an equivalent qualification is required: Acceptable Language Qualifications.

Applicants who have studied in Belize for at least two years to complete an undergraduate degree or one year to complete a Masters degree, where the medium of instruction was English, are not required to undertake further English language tests.
Postgraduate Research exemptions

Although applicants are ordinarily expected to have undertaken their studies in this country in order to meet the language requirement, if the qualification was studied remotely from outside this country then it may be considered as English language evidence on a case-by-case basis.