$9,000 USD Scholarship from UmassD
Meet and discuss with representative from Umass Dartmouth for a chance o claiming $9,000 USD scholarship.
Time: 10h - 11h, Tuesday September 20th 2016
Venue: IDP office, Star Building, 33 Mac Dinh Chi, district 1
UMass Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant, public research university dedicated to engaged learning and innovative research resulting in personal and lifelong student success for economic, social, and cultural transformation on a global, national, and regional scale.
Strong Academic Standing
• Ranked as one of the top New England public regional universities by U.S. News & World Report
• The UMass system ranks #42 among the world’s top universities, according to The Times of London’s worldwide rankings
• Ranked #39 in the U.S. for “best in undergraduate engineering” by U.S. News & World Report.
• UMassD alumni are ranked in the top 17% of colleges and universities for average salary – PayScale Academic Programs
UMass Dartmouth offers 82 undergraduate academic programs, 31 master’s programs and 12 doctoral programs. We have the: College of Arts & Sciences, Charlton College of Business, College of Engineering, College of Nursing, College of Visual and Performing Arts, School for Marine Science & Technology, and School of Law.
UMass Dartmouth’s beautiful 710-acre campus is on the south coast of Massachusetts in a vibrant, coastal community.
• 60 miles from Boston, 25 miles from Providence, just minutes from downtown New Bedford and Fall River, and 200 miles to New York City.
• International airports in Boston (Logan), Providence (TF Green) and New York City (LaGuardia and JFK).
• Originally established in 1895, became part of the premier public University of Massachusetts in 1991.
• 7,500 undergraduate students
• 1,700 graduate students
• Students come from 41 states and 56 countries from around the world
• Personalized attention with a 19:1 student:faculty ratio
• Average class size is 24 students
• Real-world experience: undergraduate research, study abroad, internships
• 79 percent of first-year students live on campus
• On-campus housing is available for the duration of your UMassD studies and consists of traditional residence halls, suites, townhouses and apartments
• Wireless Internet and cable TV access
• On-site laundry facilities for no additional cost
Dining on Campus
• Design your own personal meal plan
• More than a dozen places to eat on campus
• Locations open early and late night for your convenience
• Free bus service to UMass Law School, local shopping centers, and to downtown New Bedford
• Round-trip weekday bus service from UMass Dartmouth to Boston
• Rental cars are available on campus for students to rent by the hour or the day.
• Easily accessible public transportation to nearby airports
International Student and Scholar Center
• Provides support for visas and other immigration forms as well as required documentation for international students and scholars while in the United States.
• Provides general advice and assistance with campus life and personal needs.
• Offers workshops on employment and other subjects of interest.
• Co-sponsors cultural events with other organizations on campus.
Additional International Student Support Services
• Housing during vacation periods
• Campus-wide clubs and cultural programs
• Healthy meal options
• Orientation upon arrival
• On-campus health services
• On-campus work opportunities
• Academic and learning support services
Tuition and Room and Board
• Tuition and Mandatory Fees: $28,859 for 2016- 2017
• Room & Board: $12,175 (costs may vary by plan)
• NCAA Division III athletic program with 12 Men’s and 13 Women’s Teams
• Numerous club, intramural & recreational sports
International Student Scholarship
• Up to $9,000 in academic merit-based awards
• IB & CIE credit awarded
International Application Deadlines (Fall 2017)
• Early Action: November 15, 2016
• Regular Decision: March 1, 2017
Transfer Student Applicants
• SAT / ACT waived with 24 or more credits completed at a U.S. institution of higher education.
• Secondary School transcripts need not be submitted if 24 or more credits have been completed at a college / university.
• Essay and recommendation letters are optional for students who have completed 24 or more credits at a college / university.
• Courses completed at an international college or university must include an official evaluation by an approved evaluating U.S. agency.