Key Facts
  • Founded

    1830

  • World Ranking

    1556

  • Country Ranking

    570

  • Intakes

    JAN, MAY, AUG

  • IELTS

    Min. 6.0

  • TOEFL

    Min. 61

  • Min. Tuition Fee

    BDT 741053

  • Min. Tuition Fee (C)

    US$8775

  • Application Fee

    BDT 10000

  • Website

    https://www.capital.edu

  • Email
Employability
  • Part-Time Work

    20 hrs/wk, FT-Vacation

  • Avg. Salary/Hour

    US$20

  • Avg. Salary/Month

    US$400

  • Post-Study Work Permit

    Available

  • Post-Study Work Duration

    Upto 1 Year

Location

Capital University, 1 College And Main, Columbus, Ohio 43209, United States of America

Country or Region
About the University

Capital University (Capital, Cap, or CU) is a private research university in Bexley, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus. Capital was founded as the Theological Seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Ohio in 1830, and later was associated with that synod's successor, the American Lutheran Church. The university has undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as a law school. Capital University is the oldest university in Central Ohio and is one of the oldest and largest Lutheran-affiliated universities in North America.

English Language Requirements

Capital University requires students to demonstrate English proficiency before admission to many of its programs. This chart shows the minimum requirements for the Test of English as a Foreign Language and the International English Language Testing System exams.

TOEFL SCORES
PROGRAMTOEFL (PAPER)TOEFL (IBT)IELTS
ESL TOEFL & IELTS are not required for ESL
(Conditional admission is available for most undergraduate majors)
Undergraduate
Reading Subscore
Listening Subscore
500
R - 50
L - 50
61
R - 15
L - 15
6.0
R - 6.0
L - 5.5
Graduate Nursing
Graduate Music
Paralegal Program
MBA
550806.5
 All Law Programs
Accelerated Nursing
6001007.5
  • ESL/Intensive English Program students do not need a test score for admission. The ESL Program administers the institutional (paper-based) TOEFL to enrolled students at the end of fall, spring, and summer terms.
  •   Undergraduate students with a TOEFL score between 500 and 550 (or equivalent) will be evaluated for writing proficiency and may be required to take appropriate courses.
  • Students applying for the undergraduate program may submit an ACT or SAT in lieu of a TOEFL or IELTS.
  • Official Score Reports are required for admission to the undergraduate and graduate programs and may be ordered directly from the testing agency.
Disclaimer

All information related to this institution has been extracted from the Capital University website, accessible at https://www.capital.edu. The data provided here is true until its extraction on 12 April 2020. Hence, all information here is subject to change without notice as per the institution's policy. For the latest update, please visit the institution website.

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