Bryant welcomes students from across the globe to a supportive community committed to academic excellence, open minds and lifelong connections.
Students from more than 60 countries attend Bryant for a truly global education that combines business and the liberal arts.
We’ve woven an international emphasis into our entire curriculum, inviting and teaching insights from a wide range of cultures and sending nearly half of our students to study or intern in different countries. It’s no surprise that our programs are ranked in the top 20 by U.S. News & World Report.
Our safe, suburban Rhode Island campus is monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week by a full-time, trained campus police force of more than 20 officers. So you can feel secure among the company of friends and mentors in your home away from home.
The Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) is your source of information and advocacy on campus. We assist international students and visiting scholars with immigration and visa expertise and connect you with academic, career and cultural advisement.
We’re also Bryant’s source of cross-cultural and global outreach programming, such as the Global Community Hour Series and International Education Week.
Do you have a question for the OISS? Email us at OISS@bryant.edu.
SAT CEEB Code: 3095
ACT Code: 3802
FAFSA Code: 003402
TOEFL Code: 3905
You can start your application by using either the Common Application or the Universal College Application with Universal College Application supplement [pdf]). Each website requires you to create a log-in and password, allowing you to save and add to your application as needed before you are ready to submit it to Bryant.
Your deadlines are the same as those for domestic applicants:
Early Decision I
Early Decision II
The Office of Admission will consider international students for academic scholarship awards when they submit their application to Bryant. A number of privately funded (non-government) education loans are available to international students who are able to secure a U.S. citizen co-borrower.