We welcome students from countries around the world who help shape our culture with a diverse range of perspectives and backgrounds.
You will find students from over 50 countries attending PBA.
30 percent of our international students are from the Caribbean.
20 percent of our international students are from Latin America and South America.
The international student services office and your admissions counselor will help you navigate the application and admission process:
Complete your free online application HERE or on the Common App website.
Step 2 Submit your official high school transcript (with official transcript evaluation for non US accredited schools).
Step 3 Submit your official TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo Score to show English language proficiency. Visit the International Requirements page for more details on the admission requirements and exceptions.
• ACT & SAT scores for freshmen are NOT required, but can be sent either along with or after your PBA application has been submitted, to be considered for bonus scholarships.
If you are not a U.S. citizen or Green Card holder, you will need to apply for an F-1 student visa to study at PBA. Once you decide to enroll at PBA and after you submit a $300 enrollment deposit, our International Student Services Office will assist you with obtaining an I-20 form, the first step in the visa process. You can contact ISS@pba.edu for assistance, and plan on completing your application for admission and visa application as early as possible to allow for sufficient processing time.
• United Kingdom
• Dominican Republic
• Sierra Leone
• Saint Lucia
• Saudi Arabia
• Trinidad and Tobago
• Cayman Islands
We invest significant resources into ensuring our students live and learn in the safest possible environment.
Average temperatures in West Palm Beach, Florida range from 88° F (31° C) in the summer to 75° F (24° C) in the winter.
Joining PBA’s Global Network Society and International Student Engagement Team is a great way to make friends and have fun.
Learn more about the admission process for international students by contacting our International Student Admission Counselor at (561) 803-2120.