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International Students

New England Tech has a growing community of International Students who are seeking career education from one of the leading technical colleges in the United States.

The International Student Office assists students in the following immigration requirements:

  • Issuance of I20 Form to obtain an F1 visa
  • Curricular/Optional Practical Training application
  • Transfer procedures from other U.S. Universities and Colleges
  • Immigration and Change of Status
  • Immigration status

Requirements for admissions are as follows:

  • High School Diploma or GED is required for entrance
  • Applicant must read, write and speak fluent English
  • Assessment of reading, writing and math skills is administered on campus for all students entering New England Tech

Students have enrolled at New England Tech from over 60 countries:

Algeria Gambia Nigeria
Antigua Germany Norway
Australia Ghana Pakistan
Bahamas Greece Poland
Barbados Grenada Portugal
Bermuda Guatemala Saudi Arabia
Bolivia Guyana Senegal
Botswana Honduras Spain
Brazil Hong Kong St. Christopher, St. Kitts, Nevis
British Virgin Islands India St. Lucia
Burma Indonesia St. Maarten
Canada Ireland St. Vincent
Cape Verde Italy Syrian Arab Republic
Cayman Islands Jamaica Tanzania
China Japan Thailand
Colombia Korea Turks and Caicos Islands
Costa Rica Liberia United Kingdom
Cyprus Malaysia United States
Dominica Mexico Vietnam
France Morocco Virgin Islands of the US
Gabon Netherland Antilles  


For further information, please contact: 
NEIT Admissions Department
401-467-7744, Ext. 3357 

Send an email to Richard Groleau,
Assistant Director of International Admissions
to schedule a phone call or appointment.

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