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Indiana University Bloomington

Information Systems Graduate Programs

Half US

Half our students are from the United States, and the other half are international students. This gives you real-world experience working on cross-cultural teams.


To enter in fall 2016, you must apply by November 1, 2015 for a complete application to be received at the ISGP office. Due to the heavy volume of applications, International Applications submitted after Nov 1 will not be considered.  (Instructions)

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Recruiter Spotlight

Tom Kleyle

Vice President, General Auditor, CNO Financial Group

“Kelley MSIS students are typically more advanced in their presentation and communication skills than many of the students we interview on other campuses. This provides us with a candidate who can be placed in front of clients sooner in their career.”


International Students

We welcome students from all over the world to the MSIS program. We will evaluate the credentials of international applicants in the same manner as domestic applicants who have not received an undergraduate degree from Kelley.

Application Process

The online application and supporting documents should be submitted to the MSIS program office.

In cooperation with this office, the IU Office of International Admissions will evaluate your prior university education to ensure its equivalency to a U.S. bachelor's degree, verify your evidence of support, and issue visa authorization.

International students wishing to apply for admission to Kelley School of Business programs should visit the Office of International Admissions for online application information. Payment of an application fee is required.

Adjusting to Campus Life when Admitted

The Office of International Services has a list of information about how to make the adjustment to Indiana University. This site includes information about academic support, monetary concerns, transportation, and many other links to information important for international students. The office also plans a full week of International Orientation required of all international students.

We encourage international students to become familiar with the information offered through IU’s Office of International Admissions. Among the topics covered in detail are visa regulations, estimated expenses, evidence of financial support, intensive English program, mandatory health insurance, and international student groups.