The Academy of Art University is a private university owned by the Stephens Institute. The institution was established in San Francisco, California in 1929 by Richard S. Stephens. Receiving about 18,000 students per year the Academy of Art University is the largest art and design school in the United States. The school has made available both on-campus and distance education degrees and certificate programs in its fine arts programs. The university offers undergraduate opportunities such as Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts; its graduate options include Master... See full description.
American InterContinental University Los Angeles was founded in 1970 and offers a diverse range of associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees. These are focused on the fields that are most in demand in the current economy; they are interactive and highly customized. Students have the opportunity to study both on one of the university’s campuses, and online.
The institution strives to create a truly diverse cultural environment, for which reason both president and staff are open and accessible for any questions and queries. As far as accreditation is considered, the American... See full description.
The American River College is a community college, offering its educational services in Sacramento County, California. The college was establised in 1955 as an American River Junior College. The institution is a very popular choice among students in the greater Sacramento area, as it acts as a starting point for later transfer to competitive four-year universities (i.e. the University of California, Davis )and semi-competitive universities like California State University, Sacramento. Students, who are not aiming to transfer have the chance of enrolling for certification in... See full description.
Arcadia University is a private university based in Glenside, Pennsylvania, United States. The school has established itself as a reputable institution, offering bachelor’s, graduate's, master’s, and doctoral degrees. There are over 80 fields of study, while the school is organized into the College of Business, Health, and Sciences (CBHS) and the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Another opportunity for undergraduates is to design their own major. Graduate studies at the school are quite diverse, too – they range from professional, to doctoral level and workshops.... See full description.
Ashland University is a private, non-profit university based in Ashland, Ohio. The school has made available 73 undergraduate majors as well as 9 pre-professional programs. What is distinguishable about the university is that the degrees offered include toxicology, environmental science and entrepreneurship. This is not very common for an institution of its size. Furthermore, the school provides educational opportunities in most traditional liberal arts majors as well as a wide range of majors in business and education. The University is organized into four colleges — the College of... See full description.
Atlantic International University describes itself as a non-traditional university, providing distance education to adult learners. The curriculum provided is flexible and highly individual for each student, while the concept of ‘self instruction’ is very much stressed.
The university offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees through its schools of Business and Economics, Science and Engineering, and the School of Social and Human Studies. Attendance at classes is not required. The schools has not gained any accreditation, as it perceives its programs to be unique ones,... See full description.
Brooklyn College is a senior college of the City University of New York, based in Brooklyn, New York, United States. The Department of Television and Radio within the college aims to develop sound knowledge in electronic media as well as excellent proficiency in their use. The department offers a bachelor of arts degree in television and radio, a bachelor of science degree in broadcast journalism, and minors in television and radio for film majors and for theater majors. The department has also made available departmental scholarships, industry-sponsored internships, as well as teaching... See full description.
Benedictine College is a co-educational institution of higher education located in Atchison, Kansas, United States. The school was established in 1858 and is one of several U.S. Benedictine colleges. It is sponsored by St. Benedict's Abbey and Mount St. Scholastica Monastery. The school teaches some very popular majors such as Business, Education and Theology. The business department has made available five specialized Bachelor degrees and specialized EMBA and MBA degrees. The education department offers licensure programs in Elementary Education, Special Education, Secondary, as well as... See full description.
Binghamton University is a public research university in the state of New York, USA. It has established a good reputation as a multinational institution, combining interdisciplinary, international education along with a dynamic research program. The university's main campus is based in the Town of Vestal, with a supporting education center operating in the nearby downtown Binghamton. Binghamton has made available over 80 academic undergraduate majors and more than 30 graduate majors. Furthermore, the school offers interdisciplinary programs that allow individualized degree programs at... See full description.
Boston University is a private research university based in Boston, Massachusetts. The school receives more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students, coming from over 140 countries, which makes it one of the largest private institutions in the USA. Programs are offered in 250 fields of study through sixteen schools and colleges. The degrees granted at the school include bachelor’s master’s and doctoral degrees, while among alumni and faculty there are 7 Nobel Prize Winners and 22 Pulitzer Prize Winners. Moreover, Boston University runs 75 study abroad programs in over 33 cities... See full description.
Boston University was established in 1839, and is an internationally recognized institution of world-class education and research, based in Boston, USA. More than 7,000 students from the United States and overseas take one of the school’s summer courses; these represent a great number of the university’s degrees and are offered both at the graduate and undergraduate level. In addition, there are the so-called Summer Highlights, which include some specialized courses like foreign languages, travel courses, and music programs. Summer Term is aimed at those who wish to gain further... See full description.
Broward Community College is a state college in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S., and part of the Florida College System. The school was founded in 1959 and currently operates three campuses as well as a variety of educational centers located throughout Broward County. Broward College offers Associate & Bachelor degrees, certificate programs, and specialized
programs like online degrees, Health Sciences, and Continuing Education.
Bryn Mawr College is a women's liberal arts college, operating in Bryn Mawr, a community in Lower Merion Township, ten miles away of Philadelphia. The phrase bryn mawr means 'big hill' in Welsh. The school is known to be a small, four year, highly residential baccalaureate college. It receives about 1300 undergraduate and 450 graduate students. The college offers a wide variety of disciplines, but most students are enrolled in the undergraduate arts & sciences program. Students at the institution are required to complete divisional requirements in the social sciences, natural sciences and... See full description.
Bucks County Community College was strategically founded in 1964, when its initiators carefully assessed the importance of such an institution within the social environment of a growing population. The school grants associate degrees and certificates, while also acting as a ‘stepping stone’ to a bachelor’s degree.
The college has a wide-ranging array of academic programs, all of which are staffed by professors holding degrees from some of the top US universities. At the same time, the institution is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association... See full description.
Butler University is a private institution of higher education, situated in Indianapolis, Indiana. The school was established in 1855 and is named after the founder Ovid Butler. It delivers 60 degree programs. These include 55 undergraduate, one first professional and 17 master's degrees. The school receives about 4,400 students yearly and is organized into six colleges: business, communication, education, liberal arts and sciences, pharmacy and health sciences, and fine arts. Moreover, Butler has ranked 2nd in the U.S. News & World Report'sAmerica's Best Colleges 2010 for Top Midwestern... See full description.
California Institute of the Arts was created in the 1960s by Walt Disney. The school offers programs in music, art, dance, film and video, animation, theater, puppetry, and writing. It puts great emphasis on interdisciplinary and contemporary art, while its main purpose is to develop exceptional artists, who will make real contributions in their field. California Institute of the Arts is organized into the following schools: School of Art, School of Critical Studies, The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance, School of Film/Video, The Herb Alpert School of Music, and the School of Theater.... See full description.
Calvin College is a liberal arts college established in 1876. The school is based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Its values and principles are formed around the Reformed tradition of Protestantism. Calvin offers majors and minors in 115 academic or pre-professional fields, with the most popular ones being business, engineering and nursing. Calvin is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities and as an institution in the Reformed tradition of Christianity. Furthermore, it has designes a core curriculum with three parts: Gateway, Competencies and Studies, and Capstone. The... See full description.
Carl Albert State College is a community college established in 1933 in southeastern Oklahoma, USA. Carl Albert Stage College has made available more than 28 different academic degree programs, both terminal and transfer. The options offered are Art, Business Administration, Telecommunications, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medicine, Child Development, Music, Mathematics, Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, and others. Moreover, the school has secured a cooperative agreement with East Central University, through which students are able to earn bachelor's degrees and master's degrees on the... See full description.
Carroll County Community College is a 2-year Community college, serving the community of Carroll County, Maryland. Founded in 1976, the school offers Credit Courses, Continuing Education and Training, as well as Online and Distance courses. Degrees and programs of study are in the fields of Health, Business & Information Technologies, Engineering, Fine & Performing Arts, Social Sciences, Teacher Education, as well as a number of Transfer Programs.
Carson–Newman College is a Baptist liberal arts college, based in Jefferson City, Tennessee, United States. The college is attended by students from 44 U.S. states and 30 other countries. Learning opportunities are offered in approximately 90 different academic programs. The five most popular majors offered by Carson-Newman College include Nursing, Education, Business, Pre-Medicine/Biology, and Psychology. Another fact worth noting is that in addition to the overall institutional accreditation of the college by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Carson-Newman was ranked #110... See full description.
Chattahoochee Valley Community College is a community college based in Phenix City, Alabama, United States. The college was founded in 1973 and serves the communities of Russell County, parts of Bullock, Lee, Macon, and Barbour Counties, as well as the Columbus, Georgia metropolitan area.
Chemeketa Community College is a 2 year public school in the West Coast of the United States. We offer Intensive English studies and over 120 majors. We serve over 175 International Students coming from over 43 different countries around the world. Chemeketa's education is affordable yet academically rigorous. As an International student at Chemeketa you will receive excellent academic support and preparation while enjoying the beautiful landscape of Oregon.
Some of our popular programs are: Intensive English, Hospitality Management, Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Graphic... See full description.
Citrus College is a community college, based in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendora, California. Established in 1915, the school is known to be the oldest public community college in Los Angeles County, California. The school provides lifelong personal and professional development learning opportunities, which aim to enhance the students’ professional skills and to help them engage in new activities. Students have the chance to choose from array classes, workshops, seminars, activities and events, all of which contribute to enriching their cultural experiences, improving their life and... See full description.
Clark College came into existence in 1933 by a group of visionary educators, who had a dream to provide higher education opportunities for South West Washington during the great depression. Clark College promotes highest standards of education and was granted initial endorsement in 1937 from five professors from University of Washington, followed by an accreditation from North West Commission on colleges and universities in 1948. Through the passage of time it has still maintained its standing even till today. The Clark College 2009-2014 Strategic Plan enables a framework for aiding... See full description.
The College for Creative Studies was formed in 1975 as an educational venture for art and design students. Today the college has over 1400 students, pursuing Bachelor’s of Arts degree in 12 different majors and Master of Arts in design and transportation design. CSS also offers continuing education opportunities in the field of visual arts and conducts several community-related art partnership programs. CSS is accredited by the National Association of School of Arts and Design and Higher learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The campus infrastructure... See full description.
College of Lake County was established in 1967, residing in the northeastern suburbs of Chicago. CLC has a variety of academic departments including Adult Basic Education (GED & ESL), Biological & Health Sciences, Business, Communication Arts, Humanities & Fine Arts, Engineering Math & Physical Science as well as Social Sciences. Apart from basic studies, CLC also offers specialized programs for students such as transfer programs, career programs, professional development, small business workshops, and personal development.
The College of Mount St. Joseph was founded in 1920 as a nationally recognized institution, where undergraduate, graduate and professional studies are based on liberal arts that make ethical leadership its core curriculum content. The teaching methodology focuses on small classes - the 12:1 student to teacher ratio, ensures more opportunities on individual attention, hence better learning. The campus is located in Cincinnati, Ohio which serves as a business and sports & recreational hub of the cosmopolitan Midwestern city. The college is fully endorsed by The Higher Learning Commission,... See full description.
The College of Southern Idaho (CSI) is a community college founded in 1965, located in Twin Falls, Idaho. CSI offers academic opportunities in arts, science, applied science and technical certifications. There are also transfer programs to other schools in the region (Idaho) such as Boise, Hailey, Burley and Gooding. Around 7000 students studying in CSI can take part in government activities, special interest clubs, athletic teams and fine arts production. CSI is accredited by Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) which is a regional subsidiary authorized by the US... See full description.
Common Ground is an organization, specializing in customized academic and professional programs for exchanges between Cuba and the USA. Common Ground has more than 30 years experience in the provision of such programs, for which reason it has created long lasting relationships with a great deal of institutions in Cuba. The organization arranges classes, seminars and information sessions for students, professionals and religious groups. Trips offered by Common Ground include History, Culture and Society, Dance Cuba, Organic Farming, Graphic Arts and Printmaking, Social Work, History of... See full description.
Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) was established in 1881 with its campus structured on 200 acres of beautiful Lake Michigan. CUW currently has more than 7000 students enrolled in all of its programs hailing from 30 countries worldwide. CUW has a 12:1 teacher student ratio and classes averaging 17 students. CUW encompasses five departments: Business School & Law Studies, Humanities, Arts & Science and Adult Education & Continuing Learning. CUW offers 60 undergraduate programs, 14 graduate programs and PhD degrees in Pharmacy, Physical Therapy and Nursing Practice. CUW is endorsed by... See full description.
The establishment of Cornell University took place in 1865 on East Hill, Ithaca, New York. The university structure has seven undergraduate colleges, seven graduate departments and two remote campuses; one in New York City and one in Education City, Qatar (First American Medical offshore school). The number of enrolled students at Cornell is over 20,000 from 120 countries worldwide. Cornell has an acceptance rate of only 15%. Cornell is the first institute to offer degree in Veterinary Medicine, PhD in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Engineering. Furthermore, Cornell holds credit... See full description.
Located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States, DeSales University started its operations in 1965 as a private Catholic educational venture. DU provides education according to the guidelines of Christian humanism formulated by Saint Francis de Sales. DU focuses on providing knowledge, related to personal, domestic and communal livelihood. Apart from studies, DU has more than 15 athletic teams, which take part in NCAA Divisions in games such as baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, golf and track events. Also, the Salesian Centre, a subsidiary of DU acts as a research & development... See full description.
East Carolina University came into existence in 1907 as a public research university at Greenville, North Carolina, United States. ECU offers more than 200 programs, catering bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and certificate students. ECU comprises of 9 undergraduate academic units, a graduate school and 4 professional schools. ECU academic centres sit on a 1600 acre entailing: Main campus, Health science campus, West research facility, Field station for coastal studies and Studio art campus in Italy. The university is famous for its programs in education, nursing, business and medicine.... See full description.
Eastern New Mexico University started its operations in 1934 at Roosevelt County, New Mexico, United States. The main campus of ENMU is located in Portales, while the other two branches are positioned at Ruidoso and Roswell. NMU has a total of 4 colleges: College of Business, College of Education & Technology, College of Fine Arts & College of Liberal Arts & Science and a graduate school. EMU has one of the lowest tuition expenses among 81 other public schools in the Southwest region. EMU is fully recognized by the Higher Learning Commission and is in alliance with the North Central... See full description.
The English Language Institute is part of Jacksonville State University, which is a public institution of higher education, accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The ELI is a specialized center, founded to help non-native English speakers achieve their academic and professional goals. Classes organized by the English Language Institute are specifically designed for those, who wish to continue their education in a college or university in the USA. At the same time, people who are looking for a short-term study experience with the purpose of improving their... See full description.
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) was officially opened on October 1964 by the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, in South Florida. With a recently accredited Medical school, FAU has been growing rapidly & progressively ever since its foundation. With over 29,000 students, 170+ degree programs and a couple of colleges some of which include the College of Business, the College of Medicine (New), the College of Nursing, the College of Education etc., and also participating in a number of researches and scientific programs, Florida Atlantic University is proud of... See full description.
Study abroad this summer with Forum-Nexus! Visit 8 amazing cities in 5 weeks and earn up to 8 credits. Students from the U.S. and other countries travel together (with the professors) taking classes, visiting universities, companies, and international organizations. Open to all majors. U.S.-accredited university. Acquire a solid understanding of European culture, economy, and society. You will improve your marketability for jobs by greatly increasing your International IQ.
Study and travel across Europe during the summer
Visit leading multinational and European companies
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Gateway Community College is an educational institute situated in New Haven, Connecticut. The school teaches students, irrespective of their national background. It offers several Arts and Sciences courses and prepare students who wish to study in Universities or four-year college programs. The school is an outstanding college in the US and has been listed as a Top college in a list of top schools included in the New York Times. The school awards degrees ranging from an Associate in Arts (AA) degree through an Associate in Science (SS) degree to an Associate in Applied Science (AAS)... See full description.
Golden State University is a private and online higher educational institution registered in the Federation of Belize, Central America. The institution’s primary goal is to educate adult professionals capable of independent self-study in a distance learning method of education with several off-campus options. The institution collaborates with organizations such as the International Center for Scientific Research and the United States Distance Learning Association to ensure an excellent learning process. The school also allows credit transfer which is rather considered as a big... See full description.
Green Mountain College was founded in 1834 by the Troy conference of the United Methodist Church with an objective of teaching students effectively and making them successful, intelligent, responsible and spiritual individuals. The college offers over 40 majors and minors, masters programs and Special Programs (e.g. Honors program) most of which are basically centered on liberal arts. With over 700 students living and learning on campus, the school claims to be a very good choice for undergraduate and postgraduate study. There are various advanced facilities and learning equipment such as... See full description.
Green River Community College was founded in 1945 with a large campus built on over 180 acres of land and offering a very spacious and conducive area for learning. The school is basically a two-year public college, offering several academic degrees and international programs. The main campus located in Auburn not far from Seattle claims to ensure an interesting experience for students. The college has made available special programs for international students such as University Transfer, Intensive English, High School Completion, as well as several degrees and certificates. With over... See full description.
Grove City College, created in 1876 is a leading college in America. The teaching method is centered majorly on Christian life and on improving students’ academic and moral life. The college is one of the most popular liberal arts colleges, and contains advanced infrastructural facilities and teaching equipment plus internet access everywhere in the campus building. Classrooms are highly furnished with DVDs and TVs and some of them have laptops in them. Some of the areas Grove City College focuses on involve BA and BS degrees in accounting, religious and biblical studies, psychology,... See full description.
Hofstra University is a private institution of higher learning established in 1935. It is located in the Village of Hempstead, which is about 40km away from New York. The school offers about 140 undergraduate and 150 graduate programs in the fields of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business Communication, Health and Human Services, Education, and Honors Studies. Furthermore, there is a School of Law and a School of Medicine. The institution is proud with the small classes that ensure individual attention to each student. The university holds 22 academic and 24 total accreditations, while... See full description.
Hudson Valley Community College was founded in 1953 and is a major institution of higher learning in New York State. It offers more than 70 degree and certificate programs in Business, Engineering & Industrial Technologies, Health Sciences,and Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Husson University, also known as Husson College, is a private university, based in Bangor, Maine, USA . It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees though its two colleges and three independent schools: The College of Business, The College of Health and Education, The School of Pharmacy, The School of Graduate Studies, and the School of Science and Humanities. A fourth school, the New England School of Communications was also acquired by Husson in 1997. The institution stresses on preparing students with a broad education and marketable skills. Husson educate about 2,500 students and... See full description.