The US-Sino Pathway Program (USPP) is a multi-component program created by the Consortium of North American Universities (CNAU). Through the USPP, students in China are prepared for transition to a Bachelor’s degree program in one of the outstanding US-based consortium institutions. Available in 9 cities in China, the USPP offers guaranteed admission upon successful completion of the program to a CNAU member institution without requiring for a TOEFL or IELTS score. In the USPP, students receive a year of course credits towards a bachelor’s degree, comprehensive English preparation, and a supportive learning environment. Students who successfully complete the program will earn 28-33 semester hours of credit before matriculating to their destination institution as standing sophomores.
Here are the steps for participating in the U.S.-Sino Pathway Program
Learn more about this process and get your application for admission
on the Kaplan U.S.-Sino Pathway Program website | Download USPP Catalogue
At the University of Vermont — one of the nation's premier small research institutions, we offer a supportive learning environment and see the presence of the USPP students on campus as an incredible opportunity for all UVM students, staff and faculty, not just for the USPP students. Priding ourselves as a global campus, we hope you'll take an opportunity to get to know more about the University of Vermont as you simultaneously explore USPP. Let us tell you more about UVM and Burlington, Vermont.