Study Abroad with University of Hartford


Address: 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117


Part of the Top 200 US National Universities, UHart is ideal

for those who wish to be surrounded by open spaces but still have the perks and fun of a medium city. Located in between Boston & New York City, students benefit from many internship and job opportunities. Did you know that NASA Connecticut Space Grant Consortium is located right on UHart campus?



  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Music & Fine Arts
  • Health Sciences & Nursing
  • Communication

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  • MBA
  • Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Education
  • Psychology

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General Information:

  • Founded: 1857
  • Location: Hartford, Connecticut, USA
  • Undergraduate majors: 90+
  • Graduate majors: 60+
  • Intake: January, May, August
  • Student to faculty ratio: 9:1
  • Employment rate: More than 90% employed or further study within 6 months


Key Facts: 

  • UHart is centrally located in a highly accessible region abounding with Fortune 500 companies in New York (45, the most of any state), Massachusetts (30) and Connecticut (18)
  • UHart is located in West Hartford, which is ranked #15 Best Small Cities in America (Money Magazine, 2016)
  • Hartford offer extensive public transportation and service to an international airport and train stations
  • Hartford is considered to be the “insurance city” with headquarters of biggest insurance companies in the world based here
  • NASA Connecticut Space Grant Consortium is a federally mandated grant, internship and scholarship program funded as part of NASA Education. The Connecticut consortium was form by 4 higher education institutions with UHart as the lead institution. The key purposes are to encourage broader participation in NASA research programs, inspire students to pursuit STEM disciplines and support their professional development.

Rankings & Accreditations:

  • #194 National Universities (US News & World Report, 2019);
  • #57 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs (US News & World Report, 2019);
  • #14 Engineering Salaries (tie with MIT) (Business Insider, 2016);
  • #143 Best Clinical Psychology Programs (US News & World Report, 2019);
  • #198 Best Fine Arts Graduate Programs (US News & World Report, 2019)
  • Top 17 Undergraduate Business Programs (US News & World Report, 2016)

Entry Requirements:

  • Undergraduate: GPA 7.0 & TOEFL iBT 80 or IELTS 6.5
  • Graduate: GPA 7.5 & GMAT/GRE & English will be major specific 
  • ESL: Yes

Fees Per Annum (US$): 

  • Tuition & Fees: Roughly $40,000
  • Living Expenses: Roughly $13,000
  • Others (Health Insurance): Roughly $5,000
  • Total Cost (on I-20): Roughly $58,000

Scholarships & Financial Aid:

Availability: Yes, $6,000 to $16,000 per year (GPA 8,0)

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