University Pathway Program

Do you want to study in the USA?

Do you want to earn a degree from a top university?

We can help! inlingua® Washington DC has excellent university partners, including top universities right here in the city.

Our partner universities can waive IELTS or TOEFL score requirements for eligible applicants who satisfy the inlingua® Washington DC English course requirements. With many of these institutions, we also offer a pathway to an accelerated conditional acceptance. Upon request by qualified prospective students who enroll in our inlingua® Premium or Pre-College programs, we can obtain and deliver a conditional admissions letter from one or more of these institutions along with our inlingua® Washington DC acceptance package.

inlingua® Washington DC Partner Universities

The Catholic University of America (District of Columbia)
University of the District of Columbia (District of Columbia)
Marymount University (Virginia)
Strayer University (Virginia)
ECPI University (Virginia, Multiple Locations)
Frostburg State University (Maryland)
Mary Baldwin College (Virginia)
James Madison University *(Virginia)
DeVry University (Virginia, Maryland, Multiple Locations)
University of Charleston (West Virginia)
Western New England University (Massachusetts)
Johnson and Wales University* (Rhode Island)
Fontbonne University (Missouri)
Eastern Connecticut University (Connecticut)
Auburn University at Montgomery (Alabama)
Hood College (Maryland)
Stratford University (Virginia)
Virginia International University (Virginia)
Gannon University (Pennsylvania)
Menlo College* (California)
Chestnut Hill College (Philadelphia)

* Requires a TOEFL score of 80 after successful completion of our program; however, they give special
consideration to inlingua® students.

Please note that applying to an Inlingua partner school with assistance from an inlingua® staff member
does not guarantee acceptance into the university program. Each school will make their admissions
decisions based on their specific admissions requirements.

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