Global Student Success Program
Andrew Brewick, Executive Director; www.uidahoglobal.com
Established in 2017, the University of Idaho Global Student Success Program is designed for international students who need additional academic and/or English language support to gain entry to a bachelor’s or master’s degree program. Students in the GSSP complete academic coursework alongside American students while accessing additional student support to help them adjust to life in the United States.
Upon successful completion of the program, undergraduate students will move directly into the second year of their undergraduate degree program and graduate students will have accumulated 12 academic credits toward their master’s degree program at the University of Idaho.
Undergraduate students focus their studies in the following academic colleges:
- Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Business and Economics
- Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences
- Education, Health, and Human Sciences
- Art and Architecture
- Natural Resources
Graduate GSSP subject areas include:
- Applied Economics
- Computer Science
- Natural Resources
Students interested in the GSSP should apply directly to the GSSP program: www.uidahoglobal.com/apply. Undergraduate applicants must have a minimum 2.0 GPA or equivalent (visit www.uidahoglobal.com/admission-requirements for country by country scales) and an IELTS score of 5.0 or higher; graduate applicants must have a minimum 2.5 GPA or equivalent and an IELTS score of 6.0 or higher. English language courses are also offered to students who require additional English language skills training before entering academic study.
Students in the Undergraduate GSSP must achieve an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher with no grade below C- and must complete a minimum of 31 credits in order to automatically progress to the second year of their undergraduate degree program. Students in the Graduate GSSP must achieve an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher, complete a minimum of 12 credits and complete all other necessary requirements in order to progress to the next semester of their graduate degree program. Graduate GSSP students interested in Architecture must submit a full portfolio and reapply for entry into the master’s degree program. Graduate GSSP students interested in the J.D. program must complete the LSAT for progression.