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We are pleased that you are exploring the opportunities available to you at the State University of New York-Brockport!
If you haven't already done so, we encourage you to learn more about SUNY-Brockport and its academic programs. If you’re ready to apply, please use the links below to guide you through the Undergraduate Admissions process for International Students.
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The State University of New York - Brockport partners with ELS Educational Services to provide conditional admission for students who are academically qualified, but who don’t meet our English Language proficiency requirements at the time of application to the university. We accept proof of completion of ELS Language Center’s English for Academic Purposes Level 112, as satisfying the requirements for English proficiency for many (or all) degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Students who have met the university’s academic requirements, but have not yet satisfied the English requirement, may apply for “conditional admission” based upon eventual completion of the required ELS Language Centers level. To learn more about the ELS Language Center’s program located on our campus, and how to apply for conditional admission, please visit OUR CENTER or follow the instructions below.
Students who apply for and are offered conditional admission will matriculate to the university after studying the ELS English for Academic Purposes curriculum and achieving their certification in Level 112. Other requirements for matriculation may also apply.
Follow these easy steps to apply to our ELS Language Center!
For assistance with your conditional admission application, contact ELS at email@example.com!
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