Your future begins at UB!
At the University of Bridgeport, we are truly a reflecting pool of the world. Founded in 1927, we are a private, non-sectarian university. We are located in the state of Connecticut, just one hour away from New York City. Our close proximity to the largest financial center in the world gives our International students access to plentiful job opportunities including internships in New York.
With approximately 20% of our student population being comprised of International Students, we have been recognized as being among the Top 10 Most Diverse Schools in the country. At UB, our global character creates an environment where you can learn and live in an international environment that is reflective of the real world in the 21st century.
Lifelong Relationships and Personal Growth
Our highly-regarded and diverse faculty come from some of the most prestigious academic and professional backgrounds. Giving you personal attention both in and out of the classroom, your professors will quickly become your not only your instructor, but your lifelong professional mentor.
EducationUSA centers are the U.S. State Department‘s network of over 400 advising centers in 170 countries designed to assist local students find the appropriate college or university in the United States. Click on the logo to find your center!
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Join us for a Poetry Slam Contest for International Day of Tolerance!
UB students are excited to share their original poems, short stories, and monologues with you to celebrate International Day of Tolerance! Students will speak on their experiences with diversity, interacting with a new or different culture, or overcoming a cultural divide to come to a mutual understanding. A panel of judges will select one outstanding submission to be presented at the International Talent and Fashion Show at the end of the week!
Sponsored by: International Student Services, UB English Department, and the Office of Housing, Residential Life and Community Standards