To continue enriching our globally diverse student body, Embry-Riddle Worldwide welcomes students at many global locations. No matter where you choose to study, you can always count on the same level of prestige.
We offer professional adult learners from around the globe the opportunity to earn degrees in aviation, aerospace and related industries by living and studying in the United States. Online degrees are an option for students who wish to remain in their country of residence.
An international student is defined as any non-United States citizen intending to study at campuses located outside the United States, students who live outside of the United States enrolled through Embry-Riddle Online, as well as non-residents and non-immigrants planning to study in the United States. This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students.
For the most current information about educational opportunities in the United States, please contact your local U.S. Embassy, Consulate or Office for referral to an overseas educational advisor or visit the U.S. Department of State's website and The Department of Homeland Security's website. eduPASS, is a SmartStudent Guide to studying in the USA.
F-1 Visa Process
International students intending to study in the United States must possess an F-1 visa. The following Worldwide Campuses are authorized to enroll F-1 students with selection of an approved program:
Tax Form 1042-S
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's international students (For example: F visa status) may be subject to Federal income guidelines on scholarship funds. Scholarships and grants in excess of qualified education expenses may be subject to tax withholding, per these guidelines, at a rate of 14%. Qualified education expenses include tuition and required fees for enrollment.
The University will withhold Federal incomes taxes at 14% if the following applies:
If taxes were withheld on your behalf, you will receive Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 1042-S, Foreign Person's U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding, per tax year. Students who receive Form 1042-S should bring the following documents to the international tax workshop. The following documents are required for the workshop:
Foreign Student and Scholars information can be found at the IRS Website.
For additional information, please contact the International Student Services Office at 386-226-7146 or DBISS@erau.edu.
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