Global reach. Common purpose
The University of Hartford is home to approximately 500 International students from over 50 countries. We are a diverse community that values different perspectives.
With seven distinct schools and colleges, a UHart education encourages a variety of viewpoints. Because of that, our graduates are well-equipped to succeed in a world that requires global awareness and understanding.
We look forward to assisting you throughout the application process and welcoming you to the UHart community.
With more than 100+ academic programs, you will find a degree that meets your needs. All of our programs focus on hands-on learning and real-world experience to set you up for career success.
UHart offers more than 60 graduate degree programs across a wide range of disciplines, taught by faculty whose real-world experience prepares students for success.
STEM Designated Degree Programs determine F-1 students' eligibility for the 24-month extension of their post-completion Optional Practical Training (OPT), based on their science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) degree.
Take A Virtual Tour
We know that you might not be able to visit in person, so check out our virtual tour. You'll be able to explore various parts of campus and go into academic buildings.
Connecticut's Capital City
In addition to major cultural attractions, sports, and award-winning restaurants, Hartford has all the diverse professional opportunities of a big city.
Bianca Ross '21, Communication in the College of Arts and Sciences
As an international student coming from Australia, I can say that UHart has made me feel right at home through consideration, care, and support."
The International Center assists all international students and exchange visitors, study abroad participants, family dependents, faculty, and international guests of the University of Hartford Community.
If you are unable to reach the required minimum English Testing requirements you have the option of receiving an offer of conditional admission. This offer of admission will require you to begin your studies in the English Language Institute (ELI).
Your time at UHart will be as full and engaging as you want it to be. Apart from the more than 100 student clubs and organizations you can join, your experience will be enriched by residential learning communities, health and wellness services, and opportunities to engage in community service.