International Programs at Pitzer College
The Pitzer Bridge Program develops the sophisticated level of English needed by speakers of other languages to be active participants in the challenging liberal arts education at Pitzer and The Claremont Colleges. It provides ongoing support as students move into increasingly demanding courses across the college curriculum.
International students can study at Pitzer for a semester or a full year on exchange according to the contractual agreement between the home institution and our College. As a member of the Consortium for Innovative Environments in Learning (CIEL) a group of the most progressive colleges working to reinvigorate American higher education, Pitzer makes it possible for domestic students from the CIEL consortium to study for a semester on exchange.
Helpful information about immigration and paperwork, international and domestic exchanges for incoming students, and frequently asked questions.
The Drucker International Fellows Program is an advanced English program designed specifically for students admitted to Claremont Graduate University’s programs in management, financial engineering, and information science.
Pitzer College invites you to share your home with a Japanese student from Tokyo Women’s Christian University, Kobe Women’s University or Shukugawa Gakuin College.
If you are a Pitzer student or a visting student interested in studying abroad, please visit the Study Abroad website.