I attend school outside of the United States, and my country’s curriculum does not align with the minimum course requirements. Can I still apply?

We understand that curriculums differ from country to country, and our staff is sensitive to the intricacies of each curriculum. To be considered for admission, an applicant needs to be on track to complete the pre-university curriculum in their country prior to enrolling at Carolina. For example, students from a British-based education system will need to have completed A Levels, and students in a French-based system will need to have completed the Baccalaureate.