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Earn credits toward a Clark degree while you strengthen your academic English, explore the culture of the United States, and experience Clark’s campus community.

As a student in the Clark University International Pathway Program, you will be part of a community where your individual insights are valued within a small, customized setting. You will gain key knowledge in your area of study at a highly ranked university and apply what you learned in the wider world.

Why Study in Clark University’s International Pathway Program?

  • Immerse yourself in our authentic and welcoming community as you perfect your English.
  • Learn from supportive and dedicated faculty in both your content and English classes.
  • Gain experience in cross-cultural communication through experience-based instruction.
  • Practice your new English language skills with native speakers.
  • Participate in unique excursions designed to develop your understanding of United States culture.

Admissions Requirements

  • GPA: 2.7
  • English Proficiency:
    • TOEFL – 65
    • IELTS – 55
    • Duolingo – 85

Letter of recommendation and high school transcript are also required.

The Essentials

Program Overview

In our individualized program, offered during the fall semester, you will take degree-level classes while also taking English classes. From day one, you will be exposed to engaging coursework that fulfills degree requirements. Our dedicated faculty are here to work with you to ensure that you acquire necessary knowledge in grammar, vocabulary, critical-thinking skills, and American culture.

Skills You Learn:

  • Communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creative skills necessary for the 21st-century workplace
  • Independent and in-depth research skills, including analysis of written texts and oral presentations
  • The ability to identify appropriate questions, interpret results, and develop solutions
Sarah Lopolito

Mastering English through personal connections

Sarah Lopolito has been mentoring international students for more than 20 years in a variety of roles at large public schools, small private universities, and nonprofit organizations. A thoughtful leader in her field, Sarah believes that focused and personalized instruction creates an enriching experience.

The best thing about my job is talking with students from around the world to help them succeed. I get more out of these interactions than the students!
Contact Information

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Admissions Office
Office Hours
  • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday

    Selected Saturdays in the Fall and Spring