Learn from some of the best academics in the United States, with opportunities to make new discoveries and perform ground-breaking research.

No matter where you come from in the world, Rutgers University–Camden is committed to providing you with the best possible educational experience. The wide variety of backgrounds and experiences that our international students bring helps make our great institution even greater.

Students come to Rutgers from over 140 countries. One of the reasons? At Rutgers–Camden, our close-knit community of students and scholars allows you to get to know your professors and your fellow students. 

Undergraduate Admissions

Graduate Admissions

English language proficiency

In addition to general admissions requirements for undergraduate or graduate study, all international applicants must meet requirements for English language proficiency

CONDITIONAL ADMISSIONS

Rutgers–Camden offers conditional admission to academically qualified undergraduate and graduate applicants who do not meet the English proficiency requirements. Learn more about conditional admissions.

Student visa information

After you have been admitted to the university, we’ll walk you through the next steps on applying for a visa. Read more information about the student visa application process.

Resources for International Students

The Office of International Students at Rutgers–Camden offers resources and support services to the incoming and current international student community. 
  • Applying for a visa
  • Changing your visa status
  • Travel information
Contact the Office of International Students for more information about how we can help you transition to Rutgers–Camden.

Did you know?

We’re a 5-minute subway ride away from Philadelphia, with endless opportunities to build your career, enjoy arts and culture, and have fun. The surrounding suburbs offer their own unique cultural and dining options, accessible via public transporation from Camden. Ideally located within 2 1/2 hours between New York and Washington, D.C., Rutgers–Camden is close to some of the largest metropolitan areas on the East Coast.