Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Newport, Rhode Island, Salve Regina University, ranked #27 in Best Regional Universities North (U.S. News & World Report), is now accepting international student applications through Shorelight. Founded in 1934, Salve offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and minors in art, biomedical science, business, politics, psychology, and more. Students can look forward to hands-on learning experiences on a beautiful campus, where they can grow their skills, make lifelong friends, and explore professional opportunities.
Why Choose Salve Regina University?
Study on a picturesque campus in Newport — Recognized as one of America's Prettiest Colleges by both Architectural Digest and Conde Nast Traveler, Salve Regina’s coastal campus features ornate lecture halls and beautifully landscaped grounds, creating a serene and scenic environment to live and study.
Access funding opportunities — Salve Regina University provides a range of financial aid options, totaling $47 million in grants and scholarships each year. More than $2 million comes from external funding sources, making Salve Regina’s degree programs accessible and affordable for all students.
Build global career opportunities via study abroad programs — Salve Regina’s Center for Global Education and Fellowships offers 100 study abroad programs in more than 40 countries to undergraduates of any major. Students can gain first-hand experience working collaboratively with different cultures and enhance their work portfolio through international projects.
Accolades for Salve Regina University
U.S. News & World Report, 2024
#27 Best Regional Universities North
#13 Best Undergraduate Teaching
#41 Best Value Schools
#22 Most Innovative Schools (tie)
The Princeton Review, 2024
Best 389 Colleges
Architectural Digest and Condé Nast Traveler
Prettiest Colleges in America
Undergraduate Programs at Salve Regina University
Bachelor degree programs for international students at Salve Regina may include:
Department of Biology and Biomedical Sciences
Medical Laboratory Sciences
Department of Business and Economics
Global Business and Economics
Department of Chemistry, Department of Mathematics
Engineering (3+2 dual degree)
*Students in the 3+2 Program normally spend three years at Salve Regina University and two years attending an engineering school. The five-year program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree from Salve and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from a different university. At this time, the secondary university is Washington University in St. Louis. This program is not available to transfer students.
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At Salve Regina University, you can pursue your academic interests and accomplish your career goals in a supportive and student-friendly environment. Study by the sea, study abroad, and see where your Salve Regina degree can take you!