Admission to the audio engineering school at THI is open to any individual who is seriously interested in the field of professional audio recording technology and meets all necessary entrance requirements.
Prospective students may enroll in person or by mail. Those enrolling in person may come by the school campus during regular office hours (12:00pm to 8:00pm, Monday through Friday). If those hours are not convenient, individual appointments may be arranged through the school’s administrative staff.
International and out-of-area students may submit the Application for Admission and the Enrollment Agreement by mail; however, THI strongly encourages all prospective students to visit our audio engineering school before enrolling. In addition, the required entrance evaluation must be completed in person at the THI Institute of your choice in the USA or other THI locations worldwide (with advance notice) Students applying by mail should contact the school regarding available openings for desired start date.
Requirements for Admission to the Audio Engineering Programs
In order to be admitted into any THI program, prospective students must:
• Be a United States Citizen or Permanent Resident or obtain the appropriate student visa;
• Be a High School Graduate or GED Recipient;
• Be at least 18 years of age;
• Possess English proficiency;
• Pass an Entrance Evaluation.
To be admitted to THI and its programs, an applicant must complete this simple two-step process:
• Complete and submit Application for Admission;
• Submit an official copy of High School Transcript (a copy of a High School Diploma may be conditionally acceptable) OR evaluated proof of education achievement that is equivalent to, or higher than, a US High School diploma. All documentation must be in English or officially translated;
• Successfully complete the Entrance Evaluation;
• Attend an Admissions Interview.
In addition to the application steps listed above, international students must:
• Demonstrate available financial support for the period of enrollment;
• Demonstrate English proficiency;
• Pay tuition in full before any immigration-related paperwork is issued.