Navitas at WKU

The Commonwealth of Kentucky with over 50 highly regarded universities and colleges offers some of the very best university education, university facilities and hospitality in North America. WKU (Western Kentucky University) with 22,000 students on a magnificent campus and highly ranked degree and graduate programs is a leader amongst universities in the southeast of the USA.

Navitas at WKU is located at the WKU Bowling Green campus and offers a University Pathway Program (UPP) and Pre-Masters Program designed to prepare international students for university studies in the USA. Bowling Green is close to Nashville, Tennessee and Louisville Kentucky and serves as an educational hub for the South Central Kentucky region. You will have access to state-of-the-art university facilities and services, including libraries, computer laboratories, recreation facilities, on-campus accommodation, health and career services.

UPP Stage II programs are the first year equivalent of the WKU Bachelor degree programs. The UPP Stage I Program is for students who need extra classes before direct entry to the University programs. The Pre-Master program prepares students for Graduate degree courses.

Navitas at WKU is an excellent choice for international students, and provides the added flexibility of three intakes a year – in August, January or May.

About WKU

WKU has over 600 international students, from 58 countries. It is an accredited State University with a history of more than 100 years. It offers excellent education at an affordable price, and boasts a campus which is acclaimed as one of the most beautiful in the United States. WKU’s School of Journalism and Broadcasting has finished in the top four nationally in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program for 9 consecutive years and boasts 1 National ranking of WKU’s Photojournalism department by the Hearst Intercollegiate Photojournalism Championship. Not only is WKU one of the top honors colleges in the USA, the WKU Forensics Team has won the International Forensics Association Championships eight times and 27 WKU Alumni have won Pulitzer Prizes.

5 reasons to study at Navitas at WKU
1Your pathway into a Bachelor degree at a highly ranked US university
2Flexible start dates: August, January or May
3Small class sizes mean extra attention from your teachers
4WKU offers excellent facilities and a true USA university atmosphere (with on-campus accommodation)
5Kentucky’s famous “Southern hospitality” makes WKU one of the friendliest places to study in the USA