The Western New England College was established in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1919. Over the years the college has had a commitment to providing educational opportunities to students through its outstanding academic programmes with a professional focus to them and has prepared students to become leaders in their fields.

Courses

More than 30 undergraduate programmes are offered in the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Engineering. Graduate programmes are offered in the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Engineering. The School of Law offers full and part-time programmes.

Application

Western New England College has a rolling admissions process. Applications are reviewed as they become complete and decisions are mailed out on an ongoing basis beginning the first week in December.

Requirements

TOEFL scores - 173 computer-based, 500 paper-based. IELTS score of 6 or higher.

Tuition and fees

Undergraduate costs

Arts/Sciences/Business

Tuition: $24,224

Room and board: $9,998

Fees: $1,718

Total: $35,940

Engineering -

Tuition: $25,316

Room and board: $9,998

Fees: $1,718

Total: $37,032

Scholarships, financial aid

Approximately 90 per cent undergraduate students receive financial aid. Merit scholarships are offered to freshmen based on their SAT/ACT scores and their high school GPA, and to transfer students based on their college GPA. Financial aid based

in the form of scholarships, grants, part-time employment, and loans

is available.

Housing

They have traditional-style residence halls, suite-style arrangements, ranch-style apartments and two-floor townhouses. — Agencies