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Academics: degree and pathway programs at university in USA and Canada

We provide international students with a broad range of higher education opportunities, preparation and pathways, through partnerships with leading universities in North America.

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We help you apply for the following types of academic degrees and university preparation programs in America:

Degree pathways for international students

At the campus of top universities, international students can join premium academic pathways designed to help them achieve academic success in North America. Undergraduate programs are a fast-track to a bachelor's degree. Pre-Master's programs qualify international students for master's degrees in the USA and Canada.

ESL programs at university

Most international students do not have the level of English language needed for degree study in North America. If you meet all other requirements for university entry but need to improve your English proficiency, you can gain conditional acceptance through an intensive on-campus ESL course.

Undergraduate degree programs

An undergraduate degree is the first higher education qualification you study for when you continue your education after High School. In the US and Canadian university systems, the most common undergraduate degree is a bachelor's degree, awarded after four academic years of successful university study. Many universities offer pre-professional programs at undergraduate level (e.g. pre-law, pre-medicine).

Master's degree programs

A master's degree is a graduate (also called postgraduate) program. It is an advanced degree, studied only after graduation from a bachelor's degree. Master's degrees typically take one to two years to earn.

Dual degree programs

A dual degree (also called 'double degree', 'joint degree', or 'combined degree') allows you to earn two degrees, either at the same university or at different universities, in less time than it would take to complete them separately. Commonly, a dual degree combines an undergraduate and graduate program.