International Graduate Admissions

As globalization makes our world more interconnected, the University of New Haven continues to examine and refine our vision of serving a broader global constituency – we invite you to join our journey on your pathway to success.

As a University of New Haven International Graduate Student, you will not be alone. For decades, we have been dedicated to international education inclusive of strong diversity within the faculty, staff and student levels. The University of New Haven renowned for its academic excellence, unique entrepreneurial research-focused spirit, and the driven vision that places you side-by-side with talented professors, industry leaders and equally motivated peers. Throughout your experience, you will find there are many offices, services, and individuals ready to help you transition to the U.S. and make the most of your post graduate education experience. In the meantime, we invite you to learn more about our programs, faculty and University.

As globalization makes our world more interconnected, the University continues to examine and refine our vision of serving a broader global constituency, and to launch ventures abroad in order to reflect and accommodate the needs of students worldwide.

At the University of New Haven, you will discover we are entrepreneurial and driven to develop the talents within our faculty, students and staff. We specialize in emerging academic disciplines in close collaboration with leading universities in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.

We are also an international university, with a diverse faculty and student body enriched by a strong global perspective. For decades, the University has specialized in training international students, who now constitute 10% of the student body.

Along with welcoming students from around the world into our West Haven campus in the heart of the Ivy League, the University of New Haven provides a range of opportunities for focused study in the U.S. and abroad. And in Prato Italy, University art students train in a repurposed 13th century Franciscan convent, featuring frescoes created by Niccolò di Pietro Gerini.

I invite you to learn more about our programs and collaborations, faculty, and University. Throughout your experience you will find there are many offices, services and people ready to help you transition to the U.S. and make the most of your time here. Please feel free to contact me via email or phone. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Shobi Sivadasan
Senior Associate Vice President for Graduate and International Admissions

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