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36International StudyPace has a long-standing commitment to cultural diversity. We strive to advance knowledge, while also enhancing mutual understanding, respect, and collaboration.The application process is easy. International students apply for entry to Pace the same way domestic students do. In addition, you are required to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score that is no more than two years old if English is your second language. International students must complete Form I-20, which serves as your "application" for obtaining a student visa. ScholarshipsMerit-based scholarships are available to international students who apply as first-year and transfer applicants. In fall 2009, 96 percent of undergraduate international students received some form of merit-based scholarship money.Pace safety and securityPace works hard to provide a safe environment at both our Westchester and New York City campuses. In addition to providing security guards who are on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, we have a number of other measures in place, including:. Employing a professional, in-house security staff with many years of law enforcement and private security experience, augmented by a top-notch uniform security guard company. Providing an electronic alert system that allows students to receive emergency messages from Pace on their cell phone. Installing an electronic security system, which includes closed-circuit television cameras, intrusion alarms, card access readers, and an emergency communication system . Using a Security Awareness Program to keep the Pace community informed of safety precautions. Requiring students, faculty, and staff to carry or wear their IDs at all times and to cooperate if asked for ID by a security officer A strong international communityNew York has one of the largest international populations in the United States and is one of the few places in the United States where you can explore American culture and still find people who speak your native language. Pace has programs and departments to assist you during your time here. International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO) The ISSO provides information prior to your arrival; conducts orientation programs; advises on?visa and employment matters, legal rights and responsibilities, health insurance, adjustment issues, and personal concerns; and coordinates a variety of programs and activities on campus. English Language Institute (ELI) The ELI helps students who are academically qualified to study at Pace but who need to improve their English before enrolling full time. As an ELI student, you have access to all University facilities, including libraries, computer labs, housing, cafeterias, sports centers, medical and counseling services, and the ISSO. INTERNATIONAL STUDYPace University is home to international students representing 100 countries and making up 6 percent of our total students. }Fore more information on the requirements:PACE.edu/StudyUSA

In an increasingly global environment, you need a global perspective to succeed. Students such as { Catherine S. Lyster '14, Environmental Studies } are attracted to Pace for the diversity offered on both of our campuses. Our extensive Study Abroad Program and on-campus programming prepare you to learn, work, and thrive-no matter where you decide to settle.