WELCOME TO TYSONS INSTITUTE!
Tysons Institute welcomes students from around the world. Over the past 16 years, we have trained young men and women from more than 30 countries. Among our students are students from Thailand, Indonesia, India, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, Peru, Chile, Brazil and many more.They come because of our financial value, strong academic reputation, and excellent location.
On behalf of Tysons Institute’s International Services Office, we wish to extend out warmest welcome to you, not only to the Institute but also the Vienna community!
As an international student, your stay with us will begin with many questions concerning American customs, academic requirements, Immigration information, and employment opportunities. We, at the International Services Office, work to provide you with answers to these questions.
All international students are required to attend a one-day International Student Orientation Session conducted by the institute prior to their Program Start Date. Students will be required to register for classes on this particular day as well as have their school photo ID taken. International Students Office will inform you about the date, time and location of the orientation. We invite you to learn more about us and ask questions. We’re here to assist you and look forward to the opportunity to do so. Best wishes on your journey into higher education in the U.S.A. We hope it leads you to Tysons Institute!
Non-immigrant applicants who wish to be admitted to Tysons Institute, can be enrolled under the M-1 visa status.
Tysons Institute is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students on M-1 student visas.
In order to receive the I-20 form for maintenance of M-1 non-immigrant student status at Tysons Institute, applicants must be fully admitted into a full-time program at Tysons Institute. Non-immigrant students seeking M-1 international student status must complete the Admission Process and submit a completed application package according to Tysons Institute policies and procedures. Upon the receipt of the required documents, the Designated School Official for the Institute will prepare the student visa document, the I-20 form.
IMPORTANT: STUDENTS ON M-1 VISA ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO WORK!
For more information about M1 visa please visit our FAQ page
Forms for International Students
- I-134 – Affidavit of Support
- I-134 – Affidavit of Support – INSTRUCTIONS
- I-539 – Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant status
- I-901 – Fee Remittance For Certain F, J and M Nonimmigrants
- Statement of Financial Support for International Applicants