Consider Hilbert College!
As an international student, we invite you to become a part of our close-knit community with outstanding academic programs and a welcoming learning environment.
Hilbert College is located in Hamburg, New York and is about a 15 minute drive from downtown Buffalo and the Peace Bridge, which connects Buffalo to Ontario, Canada. The Buffalo International Airport is about 17 miles away from campus.
Our 60-acre campus is located in a very safe suburban community. Hilbert currently has housing available for approximately 300 undergraduate students.
To become a Hilbert student, you must have a command of the English language as classes at the College are conducted in English and your assignments, papers, and tests must be written in acceptable English.
STEP 2 - APPLY FOR UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS
STEP 3 – SUBMIT APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
Required application documents:
- In order to be considered for admission, results of a recent TOEFL exam should be submitted to Hilbert College; a minimum score of 500 (PBT) or 70 (IBT) is required. A 5.4 of the IELTS is also acceptable.
- We need all official high school/secondary school transcripts and academic records verifying successful completion of secondary education. If you have not yet graduated at the time of application, please send your most current official transcripts. All international applicants must submit final official high school transcripts. Students with a high school degree but no university credit will be considered as a freshman and students with some university coursework will be considered transfer students. You must also submit official transcripts from all colleges or universities (post-secondary institutions) that you attend(ed). If you are interested in transferring previous course credit from a foreign university to Hilbert, we will need course descriptions or syllabi (in English) in order to evaluate your credit. Transcripts without course descriptions or syllabi are acceptable for admission purposes but will not be evaluated for possible transfer credit.
- All international documents must be accompanied by official English translations if the originals are in another language and all documents must be original in order to be considered official. Faxes or photocopies are not acceptable unless certified by a Ministry of Education, school, or US embassy official and will be evaluated on a case by case basis. Transcripts that are emailed cannot be considered as official.
We also encourage and accept evaluations by:
World Education Services
International Academic Credential Evaluators, Inc.
Josef Silny and Associates
**Please note, documents in English from Canadian high schools, colleges, and universities are exempt.
STEP 4 - I-20 PAPERWORK and APPLICATION
Proper paperwork for study in the USA is required. The paperwork necessary to apply for a student visa can be found by using the link above. Please print out the forms, fill out the information requested and attach any supporting documents required.
Many of Hilbert College’s scholarships and institutional grants may be awarded to both domestic and international students.
All domestic and international students share the same undergraduate costs. Information regarding undergraduate costs can be found here.
Upcoming International Online Events
We invite you to join our CollegeWeekLive chat sessions to answer any questions you may have.
International Students Day – Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Asian Students Day – Wednesday, March 11, 2015
More info at: http://international.collegeweeklive.com/hilbert
If you have questions please contact:
- Online/Hybrid Class Orientation
- Jan 17, 2015
- MVB vs. Marymount
- Jan 17, 2015
- WBB vs. Greensburg
- Jan 17, 2015