Bridge Opens in New York and Massachusetts
- On December 08, 2015
Following the opening of BridgePathways at Husson University in October 2015, two new locations will open in January 2016: BridgePathways at Manhattanville College and BridgePathways at Western New England University. These two new locations bring the total number of Bridge locations in the U.S. to seven.
We are thrilled about our partnership with these two outstanding institutions as they expand their internationalization efforts to provide on-campus ESL training to qualified students. Manhattanville College is located near New York City and offers more than 60 undergraduate and graduate programs. Additionally, it offers students more than 600 internship opportunities so students are prepared to be successful in their careers after college. The student to faculty ratio is 16:1, which ensures students receive personalized attention in class.
Western New England University is located in Springfield, Massachusetts, and offers students graduate and undergraduate programs through its four colleges (Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, Pharmacy) and School of Law. The university's College of Business is among fewer than 5% of business schools around the world accredited by AACSB International. WNE offers academic merit scholarships for international students with excellent academic records that can cover up to 50% of tuition costs.
International students can apply for conditional admission and begin their lives on-campus as BridgePathways students. They will have full access to university facilities while they participate in an intensive Academic English program. Upon successful graduation from the program, BridgePathways graduates are awarded IELTS/TOEFL waivers to our partner universities. Our advisors are ready to provide personalized advice and assistance through the application programs for international students.
If you are interested in studying at one of these campuses, or any of our locations, contact a BridgePathways advisor today to get started!
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