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Navitas at Umass – a road to success

NAVITAS

Since 1994, Navitas has been a respected leader in global higher education, partnering with universities in Australia, United States, Canada, United

Kingdom, Singapore, New Zealand and Sri Lanka to increase students’ access to, and success in, higher education.

Navitas’ global marketing and recruitment resources include 170 recruitment staff in 27 regional offices, managing relationships with 1000+

educational counsellors and providing access to prospective students in over 130 countries. Across its 32 university partnerships, Navitas recruited

more than 80,000 students from 161 countries, making it one of the best pathway programs providers in the world.

The combination of on-campus university study, but in smaller classes and with more contact time with teachers and lecturers, modern study

facilities, flexible entry dates, students can choose when they want to start their program and this makes Navitas programs a wonderful study option

for international students.

In the U.S., Navitas partners with 6 highly respected U.S. universities including:

 University of New Hampshire

 University of Massachusetts Lowell

 University of Massachusetts Boston

 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

 Florida Atlantic University

 University of Idaho

Navitas University Pathway Program (UPP) and the Pre-Master Program (PMP) offer alternative pathways to the University for International Students

who may not qualify for direct entry and who seek a more supportive study environment & a softer landing when studying abroad.

 UPP is equivalent to your 1 st year of Undergraduate degree. After completing UPP, you will progress into the 2 nd year of your Bachelor’s

degree.

 PMP is the foundation course to your Graduate degree. After completing PMP, you will progress with credits transferred (from 3 to 18

credits) to your Master’s degree.

University of Massachusetts system is the five-campus public university system and the only public research system in the Commonwealth of

Massachusetts. The system includes four universities, a medical school, and a satellite campus. The system is accredited by the New England

Association of Schools and Colleges and across its campuses enrolls 73,000 students.

Reuters 2016 ranks the UMass system #52 in the World for its Innovative Achievements.

Round University Ranking 2016 ranks the UMass system #72 nationally.

The Times Higher Education 2016 ranked UMass #165 globally and #57 nationally.

The Times Higher Education 2017 ranks UMass system globally by subject as #95 in engineering & technology, #92 in arts & humanities, #78 in

physical sciences, and #91 in business & economics. Also in 2017, Times Higher Education published its list of the most international universities in

the world, with the University of Massachusetts listed #88.

National Academy of Inventors 2015 ranked UMass system #30 globally in the Top 100 Worldwide Universities Granted U.S. Patents.

Massachusetts is the best state in the country, according to a ranking published by U.S. News and World Report early 2017. Its vibrant academic

environment, innovative and supportive health care policies and modernizing economy, measure for measure, make this small New England

powerhouse with a population of 6.8 million the strongest state of all.

MASSACHUSETTS UNIVERSITY

Massachusetts is the best state in the country, according to a ranking published by U.S. News and World Report early 2017.Its vibrant academic environment, innovative and supportive health care policies and modernizing economy, measure for measure, make this small New England powerhouse with a population of 6.8 million the strongest state of all
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH

 

 

 

Dartmouth, Massachusetts

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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON

 

 

Boston, Massachusetts

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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS LOWELL

 

 

Lowell, Massachusetts

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Top Tier Doctoral University – Higher Research Activity Institution (Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education)

·          #125 Top Public University

·          #220 Tier 1 National University

·          #135 Best Undergraduate Engineering programs

·          #109 Best Graduate Electrical/Electronic Engineering programs

·          #150 Best Undergraduate Business programs

·          Top 30 Best Digital media programs in the U.S.

·          Accredited by regional NEASC since 1964, AACSB & ABET.

Program Highlights:

·          Business, management, marketing & related support services

·          Engineering

·          Health Professions & related programs

·          Social Sciences

·          Visual & Performing Arts

 

 

 

Top Tier Doctoral University – Higher Research Activity Institution (Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education)

·          #125 Top Public University

·          #220 Tier 1 National University

·          #150 Best Undergraduate Business programs

·          #41 Top MBA

·          #49 Information Management

·          Top 100 Life Sciences

·          Accredited by regional NEASC since 1972, AACSB & ABET.

 

Program Highlights:

·          Business, management, marketing & related support services

·          Health Professions & related programs

·          Psychology

·          Social Sciences

·          Biological & biomedical sciences

 

 

 

 

Top Tier Doctoral University – Higher Research Activity Institution (Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education)

·          #78 Top Public University

·          #152 Tier 1 National University

·          Top 200 research universities

·          #116 Best Undergraduate Engineering programs

·          #118 Best Graduate Engineering programs

·          # 183 Best Undergraduate Business programs

·          Top 100 MBA in the US

·          Accredited by Regional NEASC since 1975, AACSB & ABET

Program Highlights:

·          Engineering (Nuclear Engineering, Plastics Engineering, Nanotechnology)

·          Business, management, marketing & related support services

·          Computer & Information Sciences & support services

·          Health Professions & related programs

·          Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and related protective services

Dartmouth, MA – Southern New England at its best

·          With Providence & New Port less than 30’ and Boston less than 1 hour away, Dartmouth brings you the best of both worlds – small town comforts & big city culture

·          Wonderfully diverse climate with warm summers, cold winters and mild spring and fall temperatures. Average July temperature high reaches 25oC & January low of 4oC.

 

 

 

 

 

Boston, MA – A city of contrasts

·          Ranked #1 in the US &#13 in the World as best student city

·          Boston- city of academia, 60 Universities &325,000 students-including Harvard and MIT

·          Boston is rated one of the best cities to start your career in the USA (by Career Monster)

·          Salaries in Boston are 36% higher than the U.S. average

·          A regional hub for innovation and technology: modern telephone, Internet & Facebook were invented by Bostonians.

·          Average July temperature high reaches 27oC & January low of -6oC.

Lowell, MA – Alive. Unique. Inspiring.

·          Only 35 minutes from Boston, Lowell is considered one of the “top spots to live in Massachusetts”.

·          Lowell is in the heart of eastern Massachusetts where industry thrives and has rapidly become one of Massachusetts’ leading cities for technology.

·          Average July temperature high reaches 29oC & January low of -4oC.

 

 

 

 

 

Estimated Annual Cost for UPP

Tuition:             $27,000

Room & Board: $12,472

Mandatory fees: $2,850

Insurance:        $2,168

Base cost:        $44,490

Estimated Annual Cost for PMP

Tuition:             $20,250

Room & Board: $12,472

Mandatory fees: $2,954

Insurance:        $2,168

Base cost:        $37,844

Estimated Annual Cost for UPP

Tuition:             $32,040

Room & Board: $15,000

Mandatory fees:             $1,398

Insurance:        $2,035

Base cost:        $50,473

Estimated Annual Cost for PMP

Tuition:             $28,035

Room & Board: $15,000

Mandatory fees:             $595

Insurance:        $2,035

Base cost:        $45,665

Estimated Annual Cost for UPP

Tuition:             $31,290

Room & Board: $12,073

Mandatory fees: $3,438

Insurance:        $1,435

Base cost:        $48,236

Estimated Annual Cost for PMP

Tuition:             $25,358

Room & Board: $12,073

Mandatory fees: $1,750

Insurance:        $1,435

Base cost:        $40,616

Entry Requirements

UPP

·          High School Diploma, GPA at least 6

·          IELTS from 5.5 to 6.0

·          No SAT/ ACT required

·          No Essay & Reference required

PMP

·          Bachelor’s degree that equivalent to an U.S. bachelor degree

·          GPA at least 2.6 out of 4

·          IELTS 6.0

·          CV, Personal Statement

·          03 Letters of Reference

·          No GMAT/GRE required

·          No working experience required

Entry Requirements

UPP

·          High School Diploma, GPA at least 6

·          IELTS from 5.5 to 6.0

·          No SAT/ ACT required

·          No Essay & Reference required

PMP

·          Bachelor’s degree that equivalent to an U.S. bachelor degree

·          GPA at least 2.75 out of 4

·          IELTS from 5.5 to 6.0

·          CV, Personal Statement

·          03 Letters of Reference

·          No GMAT/GRE required

·          No working experience required

Entry Requirements

UPP

·          High School Diploma, GPA at least 7

·          IELTS from 5.5 to 6.0

·          No SAT/ ACT required

·          No Essay & Reference required

PMP

·          Bachelor’s degree that equivalent to an U.S. bachelor degree

·          GPA at least 2.7 out of 4

·          IELTS 6.0

·          CV, Personal Statement

·          03 Letters of Reference

·          No GMAT/GRE required

·          No working experience required

 

 

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