Undergraduate international applicants
If your native language is not English, please visit IU's admissions standards page for the requirements on how to meet demonstration of english proficiency.
If your native language is not English, you must submit a TOEFL score, demonstrating your level of English proficiency.
- Master of Music applicants: 84 (internet), 223 (computer), 560 (paper)
- Performer Diploma and Artist Diploma applicants: 65 (internet), 183 (computer), 510 (paper)
- Doctor of Music applicants: 100 (internet), 250 (computer), 600 (paper)
Applicants in Voice (all), Piano (D.M. only), Conducting, Musicology, and Graduate Music Education must submit scores by December 1. All other applicants must submit scores by March 1. There are no exceptions to these requirements and scores must be submitted in order for an admission decision to be made.
You should expect an admissions decision from us no later than April 1. The enrollment response date for graduate students is April 15 and for undergraduate students is May 1.
The Jacobs School Supplemental application gives you the opportunity to express your preference for individual faculty members.
Studio Placement is based on space availability in faculty studios and student requests. Upon admission, please reach out directly to your preferred teacher to confirm your studio. All incoming students are guaranteed placement with a faculty member by orientation week.
Spring admission (students beginning in January) is limited and is dependent upon space availability in individual departments.
For optimal merit-based financial aid consideration, fall admission is encouraged.
Please contact the Office of Music Admissions if interested in spring admission. Note, applications are due on October 1.