Masters International Year
What Is The Master's International Year?
The Master's International Year is a program designed to ensure you are prepared ready to succeed on a postgraduate study at The University of Hartford. This one year, intensive course will give you the opportunity to further your education by studying at a top US university, giving you the experience and knowledge required to truly succeed, wherever your next steps might take you.
You’ll get all the benefits of studying at the University of Hartford, whilst developing skills that will stay with you for life. Master's study is not only rewarding, but gives you the best possible start to your new career.
If you meet the academic and English language entry requirements, you may enroll in your Master's degree program through our Direct Admission option.
Standard 2 semester pathway: 8 months
Extended 3 semester pathway: 12 months
2 Semester: $28,644.30
3 Semester: $34,160.98
For more information on fees and additional costs, visit our fees page.
Why Study The Masters International Year?
Some of the benefits from studying the Masters International Year, include:
- a curriculum tailored to international students
- smaller class sizes to facilitate learning that’s focused on you
- improved academic skills
- an introduction to American university life
- enhanced subject knowledge
- improved English skills to prepare you for postgraduate study.
Once you have successfully completed the course and achieved the grades needed, you will be prepared with the skills and knowledge required to start your chosen postgraduate degree at the University of Hartford.
Progression Degrees At The University of Hartford
The table below shows the majors available to IPP students and the grades you will need to achieve.
The overall grade relates to your Grade Point Average (on a 4.0 scale), which is the U.S. system for assessment. The English grades are the minimum requirements you need to obtain in the IPP to progress to your chosen degree.
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