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INTO Courses at University of South Florida

There are three ways to begin your undergraduate studies at USF. With more than 79 bachelor’s degrees, flexible study plans and multiple start dates throughout the year, we’ll help you find the path that’s right for you.

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International Year One

International Year One allows you to begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry. You’ll receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year and graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students. Depending on your English language scores, you’ll enter International Year One through a 1-Semester, 2-Semester or 3-Semester Pathway program.

Graduate Pathway

Our Graduate Pathway program will give you the academic foundation, essential language skills and GMAT/GRE test preparation to successfully move on to your master’s degree. You’ll receive the highest level of support throughout your program, including personalized academic advising. We offer a 1-Semester and 2-Semester option, depending on your English language level.

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Academic English

The Academic English Program creates opportunities for international students to develop the academic, critical thinking, and linguistic skills necessary to succeed in a US university.

Study Abroad With English (IYO)

Study Abroad with English is a long-term program combining English language study with the opportunity to experience undergraduate courses at USF. Through this unique program, you will be able to earn college credits in your field of interest without having to enroll in a long-term degree program. Program length will vary depending on your needs. The program can be customized for specific academic interests.

Study Abroad With English (Grad)

Study Abroad with English is a long-term program combining English language study with the opportunity to experience undergraduate courses at USF. This program combines English language study with graduate-level courses in business at USF's MUMA College of Business.

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