What is IFY?

ONCAMPUS Boston programs help international students to succeed – academically, personally, and professionally. Earn college credits during these one-year university transfer programs while you gain a deep understanding of the U.S. education system, and which options are best for you.

Improve your English language level
  • Academic writing skills
  • Academic reading skills
  • Presentation and discussion skills
  • Listening and note-taking.
Increase your academic grades and study skills
  • Experience personalized academic and welfare support in year one to ensure your success in years two through four
  • Learn the study skills essential for success in U.S. universities
Expert university transfer and student support

The supportive ONCAMPUS Boston team helps you navigate the complex university transfer process, providing expert guidance on selecting the best school.

Advance to your ideal American university.

Majors

With ONCAMPUS Boston, you can progress to over 4,000 institutions across the US. This means there are a vast range of majors for you to choose from.

Entry Requirements

English level

4.5 IELTS, or TOEFL 50 iBT

Academic requirements

Admission is subject to good high school grades

Fees and Dates

Program fees*

Annual fees (Two semesters)
Tuition* $41,840
Registration fee** $300
Housing and dining $17,592
Spring & summer health insurance†  $3,621
Comprehensive campus fees $2,060
New student orientation fee $380
Academic supplies $880 (suggested, not a mandatory fee)

* Tuition fees include up to 30 credits

**All programs are subject to the listed $300 non-refundable registration fee and a $2200 refundable deposit.

Health insurance fees are estimated and are subject to change


Program Term Dates 2022

Program dates Fall 2022 Spring 2023
Application deadline 12 August 10 January
Move-in 26 August  21 January
Orientation 26-28 August  21-22 January
Semester 1 29 August-19 December 23 January - 13 May
Semester 2 24 January -15 May TBD

"Before coming to ONCAMPUS Boston, I was worried that I wouldn't be able to go to my first choice school, but after coming here I feel like I have many more opportunities and experiences than before."

Praneetha from India

Studying engineering, University of Southern California