The Undergraduate Global Student Success Program (GSSP) is equivalent to the first year of a bachelor’s degree program. When you successfully complete the GSSP, you will move directly into the second year of your undergraduate degree program. No SAT/ACT is needed to apply.
The Graduate Global Student Success Program (GSSP) is a two-semester program designed for students who have completed a bachelor’s degree, but need additional academic and/or English support to gain entry to a master’s degree program.
Upon successful completion of the program, you will earn 12 credits toward your graduate degree program. No GRE/GMAT is needed to apply.
▪ You will be a university student from day one
▪ You will receive academic credit on your university transcript
▪ Additional classes and student support provided
▪ Small class sizes
▪ Flexible start dates throughout the year (January, May or August/September)
Hear from our students
- Junyoung Kim, South Korea, Undergraduate GSSP: Computer Science
“The GSSP helped me adapt to university. The professors helped me build my confidence and my American roommate helped me practice my English.”
- Leyli Jamali, Iran, Undergraduate GSSP: Bachelor’s
“The GSSP staff helped me academically and emotionally. It’s like a family away from home. The experience prepared me for the transition to the larger classroom environment.”
What’s Happening in the GSSP Blog?
Eric is from Tanzania and on this short interview he shares all the reasons why reasons why he decided to join the University of Idaho’s GSSP Graduate program. Eric also shares the many things he likes doing at the University of Idaho.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) now offers students a brand new interdisciplinary program: a B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management. The only program of its kind in Massachusetts, it brings together science and business to prepare students to become leaders in pharmaceutical project management, market cutting-edge treatments, develop entrepreneurial skills and […]
Ali chose to study at the University of New Hampshire because he was looking for a research-focused university. In the video below, he speaks about his experience as an international student at UNH. If you’re interested in attending the University of New Hampshire like Ali, learn about the Global Student Success Program to see if you qualify […]