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.
Colorado State University residing in Fort Collins, Colorado came into existence in 1870. The campus sits on 5000 acres of land, which encompasses the main campus, foothills campus, an agricultural campus and a mountain campus (Pingree Park). In addition, Colorado State has 4,600 acres for research facilities, corporate offices and Colorado State forest service stations. CSU maintains world-class standard research in infectious disease, atmospheric science, cancer research, clean energy technology and environmental science. US News ranked CSU 124 of 262 among the best national... See full description.
Eastern University came into existence in 1925 as a private educational institute at St. Davids, Pennsylvania, United States. EU has 3 other branches: Falls Centre, Esperanza and Palmer Theological Seminary (Wynnewood, Pennsylvania). EU has 6 academic units: Palmer Theological Seminary, Campolo College of Graguate and professional studies, Templeton Honors College, College of Arts and Sciences and Esperanza College. EU also sponsors a preparatory school under the name of Eastern University Academy Charter School. EU is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education,... See full description.
Fordham University is an institution of higher education, following the ‘Jesuit tradition’, located in New York, USA. It is composed of four undergraduate colleges and six professional schools that strictly follow and abide by the Roman Catholic Church’s tradition. Graduate and professional schools consist of the School of Art and Sciences, School Of Business Administration, School of Law and others. Financial aids such as loans are granted to students having monetary problems and scholarship awards are presented to outstanding students. Fordham University strives to provide a very... See full description.
This institute was developed in 1955 as the Monterey institute of Foreign Studies and it is Middlebury College’s graduate school. Monterey Institute of International Studies offers certificate, short-term, and graduate programs. It also offers a number of language learning options to its students. The courses offered are in fields of great importance to the overall global community, for instance, interpretation and translation, international policy and management, and sustainable development among others. The institute uses a collaborative approach to learning and it gives the students... See full description.
The Institute for U.S. Law is a non-profit academic and research institute in Washington, D.C. working to export the best of the U.S. legal tradition and to promote the just rule of law both at home and abroad. The institute’s efforts are focused on a variety of research projects and related courses, seminars and summer programs for foreign lawyers, judges, professors and advanced law students, exploring the nexus between U.S. legal principles and the international community.
The Institute for United States Law aims to be a fortifying and stabilizing influence in the realm of... See full description.
The University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1750. It welcomes about 10,000 students, who come from USA and other countries of the world. It has a great reputation and is considered one of the best in the world.