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International Students

InternationalAt the University of Hartford, we pride ourselves on being an international university that is large enough to include students from the United States and more than 60 other countries around the world. Yet we are small enough to provide individual attention to all our students. Encouraging international graduate education and understanding is an important part of our mission as a university. It is also a major part of our role as a leading American university.

Admission Requirements and Procedures

for International Applicants

International applicants are required to submit the following materials and English-proficiency test scores as part of their graduate application:

  • Application fee: International applicants, who incur the expense of having their non-U.S. academic degrees evaluated by WES, have their $50 application fee waived; international students applying to The Hartt School are still responsible for a $40 audition fee
  • Guarantor's Statement (pdf) with supporting financial documents from a financial institution with current U.S. dollars exchange rates
  • Estimated Expenses (pdf)
  • WES  All international transcripts must be evaluated by WES on a course-by-course basis.
  • TOEFL or IELTS For students who are not native speakers of the English Language
    • Average TOEFL scores for students range form a minimum of 80 (Internet Based Total), and 550 (Paper Based Total). IELTS minimum score for graduate studies is 6.5    Please contact the graduate program director for specific score requirements in your program. 
  • Immunization Record Required prior to registering for classes

International Center

The International Center has been established to assist all international students, exchange visitors, dependents, faculty, and guests of the University of Hartford community. For information on I-20s and other important immigration forms, visit their webpage:

International Center Information:

Location:    Gengras Student Union, room 327
         8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Phone:        860.768.4870 (dial 011 first if calling internationally)          

Studying in the USA

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EducationUSA centers are the U.S. State Department‘s network of over 400 advising centers in 170 countries designed to assist local students find the appropriate college or university in the United States. Click on the link below to find your center!  More Information