A Global Community The D'Amore-McKim School of Business community is as global as our Boston location. We admit international students with a demonstrated record of academic and professional achievement who show great potential for further success. Qualified MS In Taxation international candidates must have an undergraduate degree and an accounting background utilizing US tax and business laws.
INTERESTED IN US WORK AUTHORIZATION?
As an international student, you may have the opportunity to gain valuable professional training after completing the MS in Taxation as a full-time student on our Boston campus. When you successfully complete the 30-credit MS in Taxation program, you may be eligible to apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization. OPT authorization allows graduates 12 months of work eligibility in the U.S.
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English Language Requirement
Our program is built upon a learning experience that encourages group discussions and active class participation. To succeed, you will need proficiency in written and oral English. Generally, those who have completed a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree at an accredited institution where English is the language of instruction, as well as those who have worked full-time in the United States or other native English-speaking environment, will be considered to have proficient English language skills.
How to Submit Results
We accept the following English language proficiency test scores. Enter your scores and upload a scanned copy of your results as a document in your online application. The TOEFL iBT, IELTS, and PTE Academic results are each valid for two years.
Additional Information for International Students
If you are neither a citizen nor a permanent resident of the United States, you must submit a scanned copy of your passport into the Supplemental Section of your online application.
Please note: Any scanned academic transcripts that you submit through our application must include an English translation. Include all postsecondary educational institutions you have attended—as well as any technical or professional schools—and your diploma or degree earned. Do not include transcripts from your secondary school or high school.