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International Students

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International students around the world love Berkeley College Online®.

Berkeley is exciting

International online students who want to experience college life in the United States are welcome to join us on campus at any time. Berkeley campuses are located in and around the New York City area.

Berkeley is supportive

Help is available every step of the way—from the application and registration processes through graduation and beyond. You are able to work independently, but you will have the support of your instructor, classmates, and academic advisor who are all just an email or phone call away. You can also access many of the same services offered to on-campus students, including online clubs, tutoring, and career services.

Berkeley is professional

You’ll learn from accomplished faculty members with real-world professional experience in the subjects they teach. Their expert knowledge will help you prepare for a career.

Berkeley is economical

With Berkeley College Online®, you will save significantly on room, board, transportation, and other expenses by staying in your own country. International scholarships are also available for online programs.

Berkeley is flexible

You can log onto courses with a PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any location where internet access is available and permitted by law.

Berkeley is convenient

Berkeley makes it easy to balance quality education with your family, work, and social responsibilities. You can work at your own pace within a weekly schedule of discussion topics, readings, and assignments.

Transferring Credits

Students with prior college experience can transfer credits and graduate faster. Berkeley will typically accept transfer credits for courses that are applicable to the student’s program. A minimum grade of C or better is required.

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