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Students from the Middle East

Originally from Lebanon, biochemistry major Rebecca Najem shares her experience as an international student. Sound up to hear how she stays involved on campus!

Financing your education

As an international student from the Middle East, you’ll be eligible for government sponsorships.

You'll also automatically be considered for scholarships based on your application and acceptance to UMassD.

  • International freshmen with a high school GPA of 2.75 and above: $10,000 - $15,500
  • International transfers with a transfer GPA of 3.0 and above: $10,000

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Next steps

Attend a virtual event

Keep an eye on our Admissions events for opportunities to connect with us! Hear from current students about the admission process, scholarships, and their student experience in an international student virtual information session—or join staff from Admissions and departments across campus in our other information sessions.


Ready to start your future at UMassD? Review admissions requirements.

If you do not have a satisfactory English test score, you can enroll in ELS courses and receive a conditional admission. Once you achieve ELS 112 level, you can receive direct admission to UMass Dartmouth.

Where is UMass Dartmouth?

UMass Dartmouth is located in the northeast of the United States of America. 

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