International Students

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  1. noel

    noel New Member

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    I'm from Brazil and I have doubts about the admission process to USNA... I know there is all information needed on the website, but I cound't access it. So, does anyone knows what I have to do to be admitted to USNA (e.g. the tests, grades, embassy stuff, and everything else)? There are any restrictions for brazillians? Is it a free college?
    Thanks. :cool:
     
  2. Luigi59

    Luigi59 Banned

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    From www.usna.edu/admissions

    International Candidates

    In the interest of international and Navy-to-Navy relations, up to 60 students from certain foreign countries may be enrolled at the Academy. The Department of Defense selects and notifies the countries that may nominate candidates. Selection of nominees to attend the Academy is made by the Naval Academy International Admissions Board in late April.

    If you are not an American citizen, completion of a Preliminary Application is not necessary. Information concerning application procedures for foreign nationals may be requested from the Naval Attache at the U.S. Embassy in your home country.
     
  3. xcpetersen

    xcpetersen New Member

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    All of the academys are free. Go to their web pages www.usna.edu
     
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    dang! i didnt know that! thats intresting
     

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