Succeeding in an online degree program requires you to be organized and resource-aware. McGraw students have free access to all of the services offered along with anything related to the courses, and as time progresses, they become familiar with the options and comfortable with the variety of tools available.
Along with that, our admission process demo allows you to be more familiar with how to go about admissions at McGraw. Along with that, McGraw's education process orientation walks you through the online education experience in a short video.
The McGraw admission process is streamlined to help you stay on track toward reaching your ultimate goal. Keeping flexibility and ease in view, McGraw University has kept its admission process simple, allowing students to enroll in a few simple steps
Step 1- Apply Now Form
The first thing you have to do is fill out the apply now form and give us some information, including your name, contact details and the programme you are interested in.
Step 2- Enrollment Fees
After filling out the form, a result summary will be emailed to you, asking you to pay your enrollment fee of $ 499.
Step 3- Free Course
As soon as you pay the enrollment fee, you will be allowed to take a course of your own choice free of cost.
Step 4- Complete the Admission Formalities
After completing your course, you will choose if you want to complete your entire degree programme. If so, you will be required to provide your information along with the preferred start date along with the mode of payment.
Step 5: Pay Tuition Fees
After completing your admission formalities, your programme is streamlined and your credit transfer and financial aid, prior learning credits and total programme fees is finalized. Once you pay your tuition fees, you can access your online classrooms and start studying right away.
If you have questions regarding the application process, contact a McGraw consultant at or start live chat.
If you have already studied some courses of university degree and have its transcript, we will accept the credit hours of those courses and reduce the equivalent from your program. So you won't have to study that course again. This will reduce both your tuition and time required to complete your education. Read more