Lawrence Technological University is focused on providing superior education through cutting-edge technology and developing leaders through innovative programs. A private, accredited university with 75 years of experience in educating successful engineers, architects, scientists, and managers, Lawrence Tech is committed to providing students the latest advancements in technology.
Lawrence Tech’s International Summer Program provides a valuable social, academic, and cultural experience for students from around the globe. Located in one of the world’s largest centers for transportation and technology, Lawrence Tech offers international students select undergraduate courses and a rich blend of social activities (on and off campus) and a taste of the culture of Michigan. Lawrence Tech’s modern campus provides students a full range of academic, housing, and recreational facilities.
The International Summer Program begins on June 15 and ends July 31, 2008. Students will have the choice of two engineering courses and one architecture class. They will also visit engineering and architectural companies and participate in a number of social and cultural events, including trips to Chicago and Toronto and Niagara Falls, Canada.
Lawrence Tech offers more than 60 associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in Colleges of Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management—all featuring the University’s traditional blend of theory and practice. Classes are small: Lawrence Tech’s student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1.
How to Apply
1. Go to ltu.edu, click on the Apply Online button, and complete the online application for admissions.
2. Send a check or money order for the $30 (U.S.) application fee to Lawrence Tech’s Office of Admissions.
3. Send international transcripts to World Evaluation Services (wes.org) for a course-by-course evaluation and ask that the analyzed transcripts be mailed directly to Lawrence Tech’s Office of Admissions.
4. Submit proof of English proficiency. Lawrence Tech requires minimum TOEFL scores of 550 on the paperbased test, 213 on the computer-based test, and 79 on the Internet-based test.
Once accepted to Lawrence Tech, students must provide a bank statement giving evidence that there are sufficient funds to pay for tuition, room and board, and books and an international address. Lawrence Tech will then issue an I-20 so that the students can apply for a visa. A checklist that gives more details about these steps can be found at under International Summer Program.