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ONCAMPUS Boston is a one-year program that helps you develop your English language skills and improve your grades so you can transfer to any U.S. university.

You'll study in a busy metropolitan city and in one of the most historical parts of the U.S. Boston is home to more than 100 colleges and universities and more than 250,000 students are enrolled in Boston and Cambridge alone, making it one of the best student-friendly places to study. Boston ranks 9th best academic city in the world (QS Best Student Cities 2022).

Our program allows you to take core classes in Critical Reading and Writing and general education subjects while also providing you with the flexibility to choose elective classes. Whether you already know your field of study or are still undecided, our experienced staff will help you with the course selection process to start you on the right path to your degree.

As well as our guaranteed transfer opportunities, our expert ONCAMPUS team will help you transfer to any University in the U.S.

Start Here. Succeed Anywhere.

Why ONCAMPUS Boston?

Your route to a top U.S. University

Study in Milton, the safest college town in the U.S.

Our expert ONCAMPUS team will help you transfer to any University in the U.S.

ONCAMPUS Boston helps international students to succeed – academically, personally, and professionally.

The 1–year program enables students to earn college credit while gaining a deeper understanding of the U.S., its education system, and which options are best for you.

  • Guaranteed admission routes to U.S. degree programs
  • The intensive 25-hour-per-week combined academic and English program
  • Equivalent to Year 1 of University, 28-32 credits upon completion
  • No SAT score, personal statement, or letters of recommendation required
  • An average class size of 15
  • Live on a university campus alongside American students

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