Qi Guo, International Student at Rutgers
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Ziyi Yu, International Student at Rutgers
Make Rutgers Your Passport to Your Future!
The International Summer Programs at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, offer high school and university students from abroad the opportunity to broaden their horizons and explore their options for further study at U.S. universities.
You will be studying and living at one of the premier public research universities in the United States. Located in New Brunswick, N.J., within the New York metropolitan area, Rutgers is ranked among the top 25 public universities in the country and boasts the most diverse campus in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
To learn more about Rutgers’ International Summer Programs, please choose one of these options:
International Pre-College Summer Program at Rutgers ►
Prepare for study in the US at Rutgers University this summer! This three-week non-academic program combines leadership skills training, faculty-led seminars, workshops and interviews with admissions counselors, visits to other universities, and a broad array of arts and leisure activities designed to prepare you for university study in the United States. This program is ideal for high school (secondary school) students age 15-18, in good academic standing in their home countries, who are proficient in the English language.
International Academic Summer Program at Rutgers ►
Study in the US at Rutgers University this summer! In six short weeks, you will complete two rigorous academic courses, earn six undergraduate credits, develop the skills, confidence and cultural awareness for success in the US, experience life on a prominent US university campus, take trips to nearby New York City and Philadelphia with American students, and attend films, concerts and dance and theatre performances. This program is designed for university students in good standing in their home countries, age 18 years or older, who are proficient in the English language.