Berkeley College

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Berkeley College was established in 1931. Over the years, students have prepared for rewarding careers at Berkeley and enjoyed all that New York City has to offer. Students receive an excellent education that balances academic preparation, professional training, work experience and the latest in technology. Classes are small and taught by an exceptional faculty. The College assists students every step of the way to make sure they succeed - both personally and professionally.

With nine locations in the New York metropolitan area, Berkeley College offers a choice of studying in a suburban setting or in a major international city. Our suburban locations are only 40 minutes away from New York City, so all Berkeley students can enjoy the cultural, professional, and educational resources the city has to offer. The locations in New York State are located in Midtown Manhattan, Brooklyn and White Plains. In New Jersey there are five options located in Woodland Park, Paramus, Woodbridge, Newark, Dover and Clifton.

Course Information

Recognised for Entry

NCC Education Qualification Specific Entry Requirements Progression routes available
International Foundation Year

If a student achieves the equivalent of a "C" or above in the foundation program.

English proficiency can be demonstrated by acquiring a score of at least 61 ibt TOEFL or a 5.5 IELTS

Berkeley College are able to review the following subjects for credits towards a degree.

The course equivalents are as follows: (see separate table)


NCC Education Course

Berkeley College Equivalent

Credit Equivalent

Culture Studies



Introduction to Computing



Introduction to Business



Introduction to Economics




  • A completed Berkeley International application form.
  • Students may apply over the Internet using the on-line international application, accessible at .
  • A $50 (US) application fee.
  • A $300 (US) tuition deposit.
  • A $400 (US) residence deposit (Westchester only)
  • Official, secondary or post secondary transcripts of academic grades (translated into English) and proof of graduation.
  • Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS scores or ESL certification of an approved ESL Program, or Berkeley College's English Test)
  • In order to be sponsored for a student visa, students must show official financial documents with sufficient funds to pay for at least one academic year’s worth of tuition fees and living expenses, approximately $38,000 (US) in funds.