Welcome. Bienvenue. Willkommen. Benvenuto. Recepcin.
Pitt-Bradford is a
regional campus of the University of Pittsburgh, a public research university
serving Pennsylvania as well as the world. We have a diverse community of
students, faculty, and staff and have students from many different countries,
backgrounds and experiences.
Some students come
to our campus and stay for all four years because they prefer smaller classes
and feel comfortable being a part of our diverse, inclusive and welcoming campus
community. As Pitt-Bradford students,
they also have access to the vast resources of the University of Pittsburgh.
Others spend their first two years on our campus and transfer to
another Pitt campus for their remaining two years. The vast majority of our majors
can be completed this way.
Regardless of campus location, all degrees are conferred by the
University of Pittsburgh, which is recognized by the Chinese Ministry of
Education. All diplomas are signed by the university’s chancellor, provost and
chairman of the Board of Directors.
Learn about Pitt-Bradford in Portuguese: (Português) or Spanish: (Español) or Arabic: (العربية) or Chinese: (中國 )
At Pitt-Bradford, you will:
We are located in Bradford, Pennsylvania, a three-hour drive north of the campus in Pittsburgh.
When you graduate from Pitt-Bradford, you will earn the prestigious University of Pittsburgh degree, which is recognized and respected all over the world.
See? No difference! We are all part of the University of Pittsburgh System.
June 1: fall term (August)
October 15: spring term (January)
Applying online waves the $45.00 application fee
University of Pittsburgh applicants are required to submit an official credential evaluation of all international documents (transcripts, marksheets, certificates, examination results, etc.) from the evaluator, below.
Josef Silny and Associates. The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid prefers that you use the evaluation services of Josef Silny and Associates (JS&A). If you use JS&A, you can send your records directly to JS&A. Once JS&A has evaluated them, it will send your scanned official records, translations of your records, and evaluation directly to the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, electronically. Please submit records as specified on the JS&A printable credential evaluation application that is specifically designed for University of Pittsburgh applicants.
Freshman applicants. Important notes: In the United States, a secondary school transcript covers 4 years, from grades 9-12. If secondary school in your country covers only 3 years, please be sure to also submit the 3rd year of your middle school record. Rising seniors (presently enrolled in grade 12) should send a transcript for the three years you have completed, including the 3rd year of middle school if applicable.
Request these credential evaluations from JS&A.
Transfer applicants. Transfer applicants who will have fewer than two years of full-time university work completed by the term they plan to enroll should send a secondary transcript to JS&A (if secondary school in your country is 3 years in length, that is acceptable) for evaluation, as well as their transcripts of all post-secondary work.
Transfer applicants who will have completed two years of full-time university work by the term they plan to enroll at Pitt do not need to send their secondary record to JS&A for evaluation. Do however, send your secondary transcript in the original language and a certified, literal translation of it to Pitt; and send your post-secondary records to JS&A for evaluation.
Contact JS&A at:
Josef Silny & Associates, Inc.
International Education Consultants
7101 SW 102 Avenue Miami, Fl email@example.com
It's easy to apply online or print and mail your form.
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