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US: EC partners with University of Hartford

EC has partnered with the University of Hartford for its international pathway programThe University of Hartford in Connecticut (pictured) will welcome its first cohort of international students into the pathway program in autumn 2018. Photo: wikicommons/Sage Ross.

The University of Hartford is home to students from 63 countries

Based in Connecticut, the University of Hartford’s international pathway program will help students integrate into the university both academically and culturally.

The program will welcome its first cohort of international students in the autumn of next year.

“I’m confident that by tapping into EC’s experience… the University of Hartford can achieve its goals”

This is EC Higher Education’s third on-campus partnership in the US, after UC Santa Cruz Silicon Valley campus, and Fredonia State University of New York.

Andrew Mangion, executive chairman at EC, said, “I’m confident that by tapping into EC’s experience in international recruitment and education, as well as our extensive network of in-market agents, the University of Hartford can achieve its goals and continue to move forward as a truly multicultural institution of learning.”

The University of Hartford is home to students from 63 countries, who comprise of 7% of the student body.

And students enroled in the IPP will transition into the university after meeting specific university entry requirements.

Guy Colarulli, senior associate provost at the University of Hartford, said that they are looking forward to further diversifying the university’s student body with this partnership, and “helping our international applicants reach their academic goals while being able to integrate more smoothly into life on campus, resulting in an even better overall experience here at Hartford”.

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