Purdue requires all international applicants from a non-English speaking country to submit an English proficiency test score.
English proficiency can be demonstrated by submitting ONE of the following official scores:
TOEFL Purdue Code: 1631 80*iBT or higher 88* iBT or higher College of Agriculture College of Engineering College of Education College of Science College of Health & Human Sciences Krannert School of Management College of Liberal Arts College of Pharmacy Purdue Polytechnic Institute Exploratory Studies *In general, subscores are 20 or higher per section
IELTS In general, applicants have an overall score of or higher with at least a in each section. Have scores sent to "Purdue University - Office of International Students and Scholars"
The area south of State Street is home to Purdue's agricultural, fine arts, life sciences, and veterinary buildings. This area also includes the Krannert School of Management, Horticulture Gardens , Discovery Park , Lyles Porter Hall and the Purdue Airport . The Krannert School of management has been nationally and globally ranked for both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Krannert and Rawls Hall provide state of the art learning facilities to the majority of business classes on campus. Rawls Hall was built in 2006 with the help of a $10 million gift from Jerry S. Rawls, the largest in the management school's history. Lyles Porter Hall houses interdisciplinary healthcare facilities and classroom space within the College of Health and Human Sciences as well as the School of Medicine. Collectively, students and clinical faculty within Nursing, Health and Kinesiology, Nutrition Science, Psychological Sciences, and Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences see approximately 3,000 patients a year within this state-of-the-art interdisciplinary healthcare facility. The building features a nursing clinic, specialized preschool, exercise center, consultation space and demonstration kitchen for dietitians in training, clinical psychology facility, audiology and speech-language pathology clinics, cadaver laboratory for physicians in training, and research laboratories. Purdue University Airport, which opened in 1930 was the first of its kind, and remains one of only a few university-owned airports in the nation. Including the Niswonger Aviation Technology Building, which was dedicated in 2009, the facility symbolizes Purdue's storied relationship with aviation.