Students on the University Pathways Track receive the academic support and counseling they need to help them transition successfully to a university or college. Qualified students are granted conditional acceptance and are exempt from taking the TOEFL exam before their program of study. Students need to demonstrate B2 competency in speaking and writing before ILI can recommend the student to one of our 12 partners.
ILI partners with 12 carefully selected colleges and universities. ILI’s partners offer diverse programs of study from the community college level all the way through graduate level studies. Below is a list of our partner schools and their most popular programs for international students.
The International Language Institute provides intensive English classes at Springfield College through the College Language American Studies Program (CLASP). Classes are held at Springfield College as part of one and two semester programs from September to December and January to May. Intensive summer programs are also available.
The College Language American Studies Program (CLASP) can be a stand-alone study abroad program for international students or an ESOL pathway to a Springfield College degree program.
|School||Most Popular Programs|
|Bay Path University Programs: Business, Education, Biology, Legal Studies, Psychology, Forensic Science, Occupational Therapy and Criminal Justice|
|Boston Architectural College Programs: Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Historic Preservation, Sustainable Design and Design for Human Health|
|Elms College Programs: Business Management, Computer Information Technology, Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical and Master of Business Administration|
|Greenfield Community College Programs: Renewable Energy, Engineering, Farm and Food Systems, Business Administration, and University transfer options (automatic acceptance for qualified students)|
|Lasell College Programs: Fashion Design, Fashion and Retail Merchandising, Business, Communication, Resort and Casino Management|
|Marlboro College Programs: Writing, Literature, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Environmental Science, Social Sciences|
|Paul Smith's College Programs: Culinary Arts; Hotel, Resort and Tourism Management; Baking and Pastry Arts; Environmental Science; Natural Resource Management and Policy; Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences|
|SIT Graduate Institute Programs: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), International Education, Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation, Sustainable Development, and Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management|
|Springfield College Programs: Arts, Sciences and Professional Studies; Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies; and Social Work|
|Western New England University Programs: Business, Sports Management, Engineering, Criminal Justice, Communication|
|Westfield State University Programs: Business Management, Criminal Justice, Education, Movement Science, Psychology and Communications|
|UMass Amherst Graduate School Programs: Computer Science, Psychology, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Science and Engineering|