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WHAT IS A PATHWAY?
A Pathway is a university program designed to help international students succeed by providing them additional support during their first year. The Pathway provides support with academics, English, and transition to life and studies in the United States.
Because of the added support, Pathway students can admit students with slightly lower grades and English compared to direct admissions. The university’s academic integrity will be protected by requiring students to meet strict requirements to be admitted into the Pathway and to progress to the university immediately following the Pathway.
The Undergraduate Pathway happens during the student’s first one, two, or three semesters and does not add to the length of studies. The Graduate Pathway is one or two semesters, during which students earn some credits that can be applied for their graduate program. Students are placed in the right Pathway according to their English level, where stronger English means a shorter Pathway.
- Students receive support with academics, English, and transition to studies in the US
- Admissions is granted with slightly lower grades and/or English
- Students must meet strict progression requirements before matriculation