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IntoNew York AT Drew University

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INTO New York at Drew University offers international students an innovative 2+2 Pathway program. Students complete the first two years of academic and English language coursework in an Undergraduate Pathway program through INTO New York at Drew University. Successful students will then be eligible to progress to a degree program at Drew or enroll at an affiliate institution to complete their degree.

 INTO New York at Drew’s Undergraduate Pathway program combines intensive language study, academic skills development and academic coursework in a program designed to move students successfully through the first two years of their four-year degree program of study in the United States.

The many benefits of the program include:

Earning academic credits at Drew University that count toward the first two years of your degree

Studying on a safe, secure and friendly campus with easy access to New York City

Getting to know your professors—they will help you succeed in your first two years and beyond

These two years give you both the academic and language preparation needed to complete your undergraduate degree in just four years—the same as American students

Learn more about our Undergraduate Pathway programs »

YEARS 3 AND 4: CONTINUE STUDYING AT DREW OR TRANSFER TO ANOTHER US UNIVERSITY

Upon successful completion of Year 2 at INTO New York at Drew University and depending on courses achieved, you may progress to a degree program at Drew University—and take advantage of the elite liberal arts education, semesters in the city and short-term international programs—or you may choose to finish your degree at one of many well-known US universities.

Course Offered

  • Undergraduate Pathway in the Arts
  • Undergraduate Pathway in Business
  • Undergraduate Pathway in Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Undergraduate Pathway in Sciences
  • Undergraduate Pathway in Pre-Engineering
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