Non-U.S. Residents - The Bryant Experience

International students from more than 60 countries study at Bryant University—and they bring with them a world of experience that enriches our campus community.
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Find your place in the world.

We're proud that hundreds of students from around the world—from India and China to Canada and Dominican Republic—choose Bryant University. Our unique curriculum blends business and the liberal arts, and it spans industries and cultures.

As an international student, you'll experience everything Bryant has to offer, from being part of our residential living communities to participating in campus traditions, all while furthering your education.

Through the Office of International Students and Scholars—as well as your advisors, mentors, and peers—you'll have a built-in support network to help you during your time at Bryant. Our 4Mile program is uniquely designed for first-year international and domestic multicultural students to transition to life in the United States and into your career. This tailored experience will serve as a gateway to acclimate you to your new home and as the hub for academic and personal resources you will need.

Office for International Students and Scholars

The Office for International Students and Scholars is here to help you transition to life on campus and in the United States.
1150 Douglas Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917

A Welcoming Environment

A Welcoming Environment

A Welcoming Environment

You'll find our community warm and welcoming as you make the Bryant University campus your home while studying in the U.S.

Living in Rhode Island

Located in the heart of New England, Bryant is near the thriving city of Providence, the history and culture of Boston, and even the hustle of New York City.

Living in Rhode Island

Living and Rhode Island

Support and Resources

International Student Support and Services

Support and Resources

The Office for International Student and Scholars offers expertise on immigration, cross-cultural programming, and academic and career support.