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University List – US & Canada

University List - USA & Canada

ABC Access Business College
Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School
Académie Linguistique Internationale (ALI)
Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences
Acadia University
ACCESS Adult Education & Career Training Centre
Acsenda School of Management
Adelphi University
Adler University - Vancouver
AEI - New Brunswick International Student Program
Albert College
ALCDSB - Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School
ALCDSB - Nicholson Catholic College
Alexander College - Burnaby
Alexander College - Vancouver
Algoma University - Brampton
Algoma University - Sault Ste. Marie
Algonquin College - Ottawa
Algonquin College - Perth
Alliant International University
Alvernia University
American English College - Branch Campus
American English College - Main Campus
American University
American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine
Amerigo Education - Bishop Montgomery High School
Amerigo Education - Carmel Catholic High School
Amerigo Education - Cretin-Derham Hall High School
Amerigo Education - Justin-Siena High School
Amerigo Education - Lexington Catholic High School
Amerigo Education - Marian Catholic High School
Amerigo Education - Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Middle School
Amerigo Education - Mater Dei Catholic High School
Amerigo Education - Red Bank Catholic High School
Amerigo Education - Saint John Paul II Academy
Amerigo Education - St. James Catholic School
Amerigo Education - St. Pius X High School
Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix
Arizona State University - Lake Havasu
Arizona State University - Polytechnic
Arizona State University - Tempe
Arizona State University - West
Arroyo Pacific Academy
ASD34 - Abbotsford Senior Secondary School
ASD34 - Rick Hansen Secondary School
ASD34 - Robert Bateman Secondary School
ASD34 - W.J. Mouat Secondary School
ASD34 - Yale Secondary School
Ashland University
Assiniboine Community College
Atlantis University
Auburn University
Auburn University at Montgomery
Balboa School
Balmoral Hall School
Baylor University
BEG - Brookes Silicon Valley
BEG - Brookes Westshore
Birmingham International Collegiate of Canada
Bishop's University
BLI Canada - Montreal
BLI Canada - Quebec City
Blue Bird Flight Academy
Blyth Academy - Burlington
Blyth Academy - Burlington - Elementary Schools
Blyth Academy - Downsview Park
Blyth Academy - Etobicoke
Blyth Academy - Lawrence Park
Blyth Academy - London
Blyth Academy - Mississauga
Blyth Academy - Ottawa
Blyth Academy - Thornhill
Blyth Academy - Waterloo
Blyth Academy - Whitby
Blyth Academy - Yorkville
Bodwell High School
Bow Valley College
Braemar College
Brentwood College School
Brescia University College
Bridge Language and Education Abroad
Brighton College
British Columbia Institute of Technology - Aerospace Technology
British Columbia Institute of Technology - Burnaby
British Columbia Institute of Technology - Downtown
Brock University
Bronte College
BSD41 - Alpha Secondary School
BSD41 - Burnaby Central Secondary
BSD41 - Burnaby Mountain Secondary
BSD41 - Burnaby North Secondary
BSD41 - Burnaby School District 41 - Elementary Schools
BSD41 - Burnaby South Secondary
BSD41 - Byrne Creek Secondary
BSD41 - Cariboo Hill Secondary
BSD41 - Moscrop Secondary School
California State University East Bay
California State University Monterey Bay
California State University Sonoma
Cambrian at Hanson - Vancouver
Cambrian College
Campbell College
Canada College
Canada Star Secondary School
Canadian College
Canadian College - (Through St. Lawrence College)
Canadian College for Higher Studies
Canadian Film and Television Institute
Canadian Institute of Management and Technology College - Brampton
Canadian Institute of Management and Technology College - Mississauga - Dundas
Canadian Institute of Management and Technology College - Mississauga - Malton
Canadian Institute of Management and Technology College - Scarborough
Canadian Tourism College
Canadore College - Aviation
Canadore College - College Drive
Canadore College - Commerce Court
Canadore College - Mississauga
Canadore College - Scarborough
CanPacific College of Business and English
Cape Breton University
Capital University
CBE - Bowness High School
CBE - Calgary Board of Education - Elementary Schools
CBE - Centennial High School
CBE - Central Memorial High School
CBE - Crescent Heights High School
CBE - Dr. E.P. Scarlett High School
CBE - Ernest Manning High School
CBE - Forest Lawn High School
CBE - Henry Wise Wood High School
CBE - James Fowler High School
CBE - Joane Cardinal-Schubert High School
CBE - John G. Diefenbaker High School
CBE - Lester B. Pearson High School
CBE - Lord Beaverbrook High School
CBE - Nelson Mandela High School
CBE - Queen Elizabeth High School
CBE - Robert Thirsk High School
CBE - Sir Winston Churchill High School
CBE - Western Canada High School
CBE - William Aberhart High School
CCSD - All Saints High School
CCSD - Bishop Grandin High School
CCSD - Bishop McNally High School
CCSD - Bishop O'Byrne Senior High School
CCSD - Calgary Catholic School District - Elementary Schools
CCSD - Father Lacombe High School
CCSD - Notre Dame High School
CCSD - St. Francis High School
CCSD - St. Gabriel the Archangel School
CCSD - St. Martin de Porres High School
CCSD - St. Mary's High School
CCSD - St. Timothy Jr./Sr. High School
CDE College
CDI College - Laval
CDI College - Longueuil
CDI College - Montreal
CDI College - Pointe-Claire
CDI College - St. Leonard
CDSBEO - Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School
CDSBEO - Notre Dame Catholic School
CDSBEO - St. Francis Xavier Catholic High School
CDSBEO - St. John Catholic High School
CDSBEO - St. Joseph Catholic Secondary School
CDSBEO - St. Mary Catholic High School
CDSBEO - St. Michael Catholic High School
CDSBEO - St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School
Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Iles
Centennial College - Ashtonbee
Centennial College - Downsview
Centennial College - Eglinton Learning Site
Centennial College - Morningside
Centennial College - Pickering Learning Site
Centennial College - Progress
Centennial College - Story Arts Centre
Central Boarding Academy
Centre for Arts and Technology - Kelowna
Centre for Arts and Technology - Surrey
CEPEO - De La Salle Public Secondary School
CEPEO - Gisèle-Lalonde Public Secondary School
CEPEO - Louis Riel Public Secondary School
Chatham University
Chemeketa Community College
Christian Culinary Academy
City University of Seattle
Cleveland State University
Coast Mountain College - Prince Rupert
Coast Mountain College - Smithers
Coast Mountain College - Terrace
Collège Bourget
Collège de Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière
College of New Caledonia
College of San Mateo
College of the North Atlantic - Baie Verte
College of the North Atlantic - Bay St. George
College of the North Atlantic - Bonavista
College of the North Atlantic - Burin
College of the North Atlantic - Carbonear
College of the North Atlantic - Clarenville
College of the North Atlantic - Corner Brook
College of the North Atlantic - Gander
College of the North Atlantic - Grand Falls - Windsor
College of the North Atlantic - Happy Valley-Goose Bay
College of the North Atlantic - Labrador West
College of the North Atlantic - Placentia
College of the North Atlantic - Port aux Basques
College of the North Atlantic - Prince Philip Drive
College of the North Atlantic - Ridge Road
College of the North Atlantic - Seal Cove
College of the North Atlantic - St. Anthony
College of the Rockies
Colorado Mesa University
Colorado State University
Colorado State University - Pueblo
Columbia Academy
Columbia College
Columbia International College
Commonwealth College
Comox Valley School District 71 (CVSD 71) - Middle School
Concordia Academy High School
Concordia Continuing Education
Concordia University - St. Paul
Concordia University of Edmonton
Conestoga College - Brantford
Conestoga College - Cambridge
Conestoga College - Doon
Conestoga College - Guelph
Conestoga College - Kitchener Downtown
Conestoga College - Waterloo
Confederation College
Coquitlam College
Coquitlam College High School
Crandall University
Create Career College
CRPS - Banff Community High School
CRPS - Canmore Collegiate High School
CSD33 - Chilliwack Secondary School
CSD33 - G. W. Graham Secondary
CSD33 - Sardis Secondary School
CSD43 - Centennial Secondary School
CSD43 - Coquitlam School District 43 - Elementary Schools
CSD43 - Dr. Charles Best Secondary School
CSD43 - Gleneagle Secondary School
CSD43 - Heritage Woods Secondary School
CSD43 - Pinetree Secondary School
CSD43 - Port Moody Secondary School
CSD43 - Riverside Secondary School
CSD43 - Terry Fox Secondary School
CSV - Collège Français
CSV - École Secondaire Étienne-Brûlé
CSV - École Secondaire Gabriel-Dumont
CSV - École Secondaire Gaétan-Gervais
CSV - École Secondaire Jeunes Sans Frontières
CSV - École Secondaire Toronto-Ouest
CVSD 71 - Georges P. Vanier Secondary School
CVSD 71 - Highland Secondary School
CVSD 71 - Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School
CVSD79 - Chemainus Secondary School
CVSD79 - Cowichan Secondary School
CVSD79 - Frances Kelsey Secondary School
CVSD79 - Lake Cowichan Secondary School
Dewey College
Dhillon School of Business at University of Lethbridge
Dhillon School of Business at University of Lethbridge - Calgary
Discovery Academy
Douglas College - Coquitlam
Douglas College - New Westminster
DPCDSB - Archbishop Romero Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - Ascension of Our Lord Secondary School
DPCDSB - Cardinal Ambrozic Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - Cardinal Leger Secondary School
DPCDSB - Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board - Elementary Schools
DPCDSB - Father Michael Goetz Secondary School
DPCDSB - Holy Name of Mary Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - Iona Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - John Cabot Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - Loyola Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - Notre Dame Secondary School
DPCDSB - Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Secondary School
DPCDSB - Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Augustine Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Edmund Campion Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Francis Xavier Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Joseph Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Marcellinus Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Marguerite d'Youville Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Martin Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Michael Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Paul Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Roch Catholic Secondary School
DPCDSB - St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School
Drew University
DSBN - Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School
DSBN - St. Catharines Collegiate
DSBN - Welland Centennial Secondary School
DSBN - Westlane Secondary School
DSD37 - Burnsview Secondary School
DSD37 - Delta School District 37 - Elementary Schools
DSD37 - Delta Secondary School
DSD37 - Delview Secondary School
DSD37 - North Delta Secondary School
DSD37 - Sands Secondary School
DSD37 - Seaquam Secondary School
DSD37 - South Delta Secondary School
East Coast Language College
East Coast Polytechnic Institute University - Newport News
East Coast Polytechnic Institute University - Northern Virginia
East Coast Polytechnic Institute University - Raleigh
East Coast Polytechnic Institute University - Virginia Beach
Eastern Washington University
ECDS - Edmonton Catholic District School - Elementary & Junior Schools
ECSD - Archbishop O'Leary High School
ECSD - Austin O'Brien High School
ECSD - Blessed Oscar Romero High School
ECSD - Holy Trinity Catholic High School
ECSD - Louis St. Laurent Catholic High School
ECSD - Mother Margaret Mary High School
ECSD - St. Francis Xavier High School
ECSD - St. Joseph Catholic High School
Elgin Community College
EPS - Edmonton Public Schools - Elementary & Junior High Schools
EPSB7 - Centre High Campus
EPSB7 - Eastglen School
EPSB7 - Harry Ainlay School
EPSB7 - J. Percy Page School
EPSB7 - Jasper Place School
EPSB7 - Lillian Osborne School
EPSB7 - M.E. LaZerte School
EPSB7 - McNally School
EPSB7 - Queen Elizabeth School
EPSB7 - Ross Sheppard School
EPSB7 - Strathcona School
EPSB7 - Victoria School
EPSB7 - Vimy Ridge Academy
EPSB7 - W.P. Wagner School
Erindale Academy
Eurocentres - San Diego Campus
Eurocentres - Toronto Campus
Eurocentres - Vancouver Campus
European School of Esthetics
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Fanshawe College
Fanshawe College - Airport
Fanshawe College - Downtown
Fanshawe College - London South Campus
Fanshawe College - Simcoe
Fanshawe College - St. Thomas
Fanshawe College - Woodstock
Fieldstone Day School
Fieldstone King's College School
Fleming College
Fleming College - Frost
Florida Atlantic University
Florida International University
Florida Polytechnic University
Fraser International College
Fredericton Christian Academy
Freed-Hardeman University - Henderson Campus
Fulford Academy
Full Sail University
GECDSB - Belle River District High School
GECDSB - Essex District High School
GECDSB - Greater Essex County District School Board - Elementary Schools
GECDSB - Honourable WC Kennedy Collegiate Institute
GECDSB - Kingsville District High School
GECDSB - Leamington District Secondary School
GECDSB - Riverside Secondary School
GECDSB - Sandwich Secondary School
GECDSB - Tecumseh Vista Academy - Secondary
GECDSB - Vincent Massey Secondary School
GECDSB - Walkerville Centre for the Creative Arts
GECDSB - Walkerville Collegiate Institute
GECDSB - Westview Freedom Academy
GECDSB - WF Herman Academy - Secondary
George Brown College
George Brown College - Casa Loma
George Brown College - Ryerson
George Brown College - Waterfront
George Mason University
Georgian College - Barrie
Georgian College - Design and Digital Arts Centre
Georgian College - Midland
Georgian College - Orangeville
Georgian College - Orillia
Georgian College - Owen Sound
Georgian College - South Georgian Bay
GEOS Languages Plus
GEOS Languages Plus - Ottawa
GHSD75 - Crowther Memorial Junior High School
GHSD75 - Drumheller Valley Secondary School
GHSD75 - Prairie Christian Academy
GHSD75 - Strathmore High School
GHSD75 - Three Hills School
Glenlyon Norfolk School - Junior School
Glenlyon Norfolk School - Middle and Senior School
Global Education Academy
Global Language Institute
Global Village English Centres - Toronto
Global Village English Centres - Vancouver
Greystone College - Montreal
Greystone College - Vancouver
Greystone College of Business and Technology Inc.
GSCS - Bethlehem Catholic High School
GSCS - Bishop James Mahoney High School
GSCS - Holy Cross High School
GSCS - St. Joseph High School
Halifax Language Institute of Canada
Hancock International College
Hansa Language Centre
Hanson International Academy
HCDSB - Assumption Secondary School
HCDSB - Corpus Christi Secondary School
HCDSB - Halton Catholic District School Board - Elementary Schools
HCDSB - Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School
HCDSB - Notre Dame Secondary School
HCDSB - St. Ignatius of Loyola Secondary School
HCDSB - St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School
HDSB - Abbey Park High School
HDSB - Acton District High School
HDSB - Aldershot School
HDSB - Burlington Central High School
HDSB - Craig Kielburger Secondary School
HDSB - Garth Webb Secondary School
HDSB - Georgetown District High School
HDSB - Halton District School Board - Elementary Schools
HDSB - Iroquois Ridge High School
HDSB - M.M. Robinson High School
HDSB - Milton District High School
HDSB - Oakville Trafalgar High School
HDSB - Thomas A. Blakelock High School
HDSB - White Oaks Secondary School
Heartland International English School - Mississauga
Heartland International English School - Winnipeg
Herzing College - Downtown Montreal
Herzing College - Montreal East (St-Leonard)
Hofstra University
Holland College - Georgetown
Holland College - Prince of Wales
Holland College - Summerside Waterfront
Holland College - West Prince
Humber College - Lakeshore
Humber College - North
Humboldt State University
Husson University
HWDSB - Ancaster High Secondary School
HWDSB - Delta Secondary School
HWDSB - Dundas Valley Secondary School
HWDSB - Glendale Secondary School
HWDSB - Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board – Elementary Schools
HWDSB - Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
HWDSB - Orchard Park Secondary School
HWDSB - Saltfleet District High School
HWDSB - Sherwood Secondary School
HWDSB - Sir Allan MacNab Secondary School
HWDSB - Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School
HWDSB - Waterdown District High School
HWDSB - Westdale Secondary School
HWDSB - Westmount Secondary School
IBT College
IGlobal University
Illinois State University
ILSC Language Schools - Montréal
ILSC Language Schools - Toronto
ILSC Language Schools - Vancouver
Inception Academy
Inlingua DC - Arlington
Inter-Dec College - Laval
Inter-Dec College - Montreal
Interlangues Language School
International Centre for EAP - Cape Breton University Campus
International Centre for EAP - Toronto Campus
International College of Manitoba
International House - Vancouver
International Language Academy of Canada (ILAC) - Toronto
International Language Academy of Canada (ILAC) - Vancouver
J. Addison School
J. Addison School - Elementary Schools
James Madison University
John Casablancas Institute
Johns Hopkins University - School of Education
Justice Institute of British Columbia - New Westminster Campus
KA - Kells Academy - Elementary Schools
Kaplan International English - Berkeley
Kaplan International English - Boston (Fenway)
Kaplan International English - Boston (Harvard Square)
Kaplan International English - Chicago
Kaplan International English - Huntington Beach (Golden West College)
Kaplan International English - Los Angeles (Westwood)
Kaplan International English - Los Angeles (Whittier College)
Kaplan International English - Miami
Kaplan International English - New York (Empire State)
Kaplan International English - New York (SoHo)
Kaplan International English - Philadelphia
Kaplan International English - Portland
Kaplan International English - San Diego
Kaplan International English - San Francisco
Kaplan International English - Santa Barbara
Kaplan International English - Seattle (Downtown)
Kaplan International English - Seattle (Highline College)
Kaplan International English - Toronto
Kaplan International English - Vancouver
Kaplan International English - Washington DC
Kells Academy
Kent State University - Ashtabula
Kent State University - Kent
Kent State University - Salem
Kent State University - Tuscarawas
Keyano College
King's College
King's University College
King's-Edgehill School
KLSD 8 - J.V. Humphries Secondary School
KLSD 8 - LV Rogers Secondary School
KLSD 8 - Mount Sentinel Secondary School
KLSD 8 - Prince Charles Secondary School
KLSD8 - Salmo Secondary School
KLSD8 - Trafalgar Middle School
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Civic Plaza
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Langley
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Richmond
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Surrey
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Tech (Cloverdale)
Lake Mary Preparatory School
Lakehead University
Lakehead University - Orillia
Lakeland College
Lambton Kent District School Board
Langara College
Langara College - Centre for Entertainment Arts
LaSalle College - Montreal
LaSalle College - Vancouver
LaSalle College Vancouver High School
Laurentian University
LBPSB - Beaconsfield High School
LBPSB - Beurling Academy
LBPSB - Elementary Schools
LBPSB - Gordon Robertson Beauty Academy
LBPSB - John Rennie High School
LBPSB - Lakeside Academy
LBPSB - LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School
LBPSB - Lindsay Place High School
LBPSB - Macdonald High School
LBPSB - PACC Career Centre
LBPSB - Pearson Electrotechnology Centre
LBPSB - Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School
LBPSB - Riverdale High School
LBPSB - Sources Adult and Career Centre
LBPSB - St. Thomas High School
LBPSB - Verdun Adult and Career Centre
LBPSB - West Island Career Centre
LBPSB - Westwood High School Junior
LBPSB - Westwood High School Senior
Lethbridge College
Liaison College - Brampton
Liaison College - Vaughan
Liaison College of Culinary Arts - Hamilton Campus
Liaison College of Culinary Arts - Kitchener Campus
Liaison College of Culinary Arts - Oakville Campus
LIM College
Lipscomb University
LKDSB - Blenheim District High School
LKDSB - Chatham Kent Secondary School
LKDSB - Great Lakes Secondary School
LKDSB - John McGregor Secondary School
LKDSB - Lambton Central Collegiate & Vocational Institute
LKDSB - Lambton Kent Composite School
LKDSB - North Lambton Secondary School
LKDSB - Northern Collegiate Institute and Vocational School
LKDSB - Tilbury District High School
LKDSB - Wallaceburg District High School
London International Academy
Long Island University - Brooklyn
Long Island University - Post
Louisiana State University
Loyalist College
LPS - Hammarskjold High School
LPS - Lakehead Public Schools - Elementary Schools
LPS - Superior Collegiate & Vocational Institute
LPS - Westgate Collegiate & Vocational Institute
LRSD - Arts and Technology Centre
LRSD - Collège Béliveau
LRSD - Collège Jeanne-Sauvé
LRSD - Dakota Collegiate
LRSD - Glenlawn Collegiate
LRSD - J. H. Bruns Collegiate
LRSD - Louis Riel School Division - Elementary Schools
LRSD - Nelson McIntyre Collegiate
LRSD - Windsor Park Collegiate
LSD35 - Aldergrove Community Secondary School
LSD35 - Brookswood Secondary School
LSD35 - D.W. Poppy Secondary School
LSD35 - Langley Fine Arts School
LSD35 - Langley Fundamental Middle and Secondary School
LSD35 - Langley School District 35 - Elementary Schools
LSD35 - Langley Secondary School
LSD35 - R.E. Mountain Secondary School
LSD35 - Walnut Grove Secondary School
LSD51 - Chinook High School
LSD51 - Immanuel Christian Secondary School
LSD51 - Lethbridge Collegiate Institute
LSD51 - Winston Churchill High School
Lycoming College
Lynn University
MacEwan University
Manhattanville College
Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
Maple Leaf School - Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Maple Leaf School - Thompson Rivers University
Marshall University
Marymount California University
Marymount University
Matrix College
McGill University - School of Continuing Studies
McKenzie College
Medicine Hat College
Medicine Hat College - Brooks
Mercer University - Atlanta
Mercer University - Macon
Mercy College
Metropolitan State University of Denver
MHCBE - Monsignor McCoy High School
MHCBE - Notre Dame Academy
MHCBE - St. Mary's School
MHPSD76 - Alexandra Middle School
MHPSD76 - Crescent Heights High School
MHPSD76 - Dr. Roy Wilson Learning Centre
MHPSD76 - Medicine Hat High School
Mission College
Mohawk College - Fennell
Mohawk College - Institute for Applied Health Sciences at McMaster
Mohawk College - Stoney Creek Campus for Skilled Trades
Monroe College
Montana State University
Montreal College of Information Technology (MCIT)
Mount Allison University
Mount Royal University
Mount Saint Vincent University
Murray State University
National University
New Brunswick Community College - Fredericton
New Brunswick Community College - Miramichi
New Brunswick Community College - Moncton
New Brunswick Community College - Saint John
New Brunswick Community College - St. Andrews
New Brunswick Community College - Woodstock
New York Film Academy - Los Angeles
New York Film Academy - South Beach
New York Tech - New York
New York Tech - Old Westbury
New York Tech - Vancouver
Niagara College - Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara College - Welland
NLPS68 - Dover Bay Secondary
NLPS68 - John Barsby Secondary
NLPS68 - Ladysmith Secondary
NLPS68 - Nanaimo District Secondary School
NLPS68 - Wellington Secondary
NorQuest College
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College - Green Bay
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College - Marinette
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College - Sturgeon Bay
Northeastern Illinois University
Northeastern University - Boston
Northeastern University - D'Amore-McKim School of Business
Northeastern University - Seattle
Northern Arizona University - Flagstaff Mountain
Northern Arizona University - Yuma
Northern College - Haileybury
Northern College - Kirkland Lake
Northern College - Timmins
Northern Kentucky University
Northern Lights College - Dawson Creek
Northern Lights College - Fort St. John
NWSD40 - New Westminster Secondary School
OCAD University
OCDSB - A. Y. Jackson Secondary School
OCDSB - Bell High School
OCDSB - Brookfield High School
OCDSB - Cairine Wilson Secondary School
OCDSB - Canterbury High School
OCDSB - Colonel By Secondary School
OCDSB - Earl of March Secondary School
OCDSB - Glebe Collegiate Institute
OCDSB - Gloucester High School
OCDSB - Hillcrest High School
OCDSB - John McCrae Secondary School
OCDSB - Lisgar Collegiate Institute
OCDSB - Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School
OCDSB - Merivale High School
OCDSB - Nepean High School
OCDSB - Ottawa-Carleton District School Board - Elementary Schools
OCDSB - Ridgemont High School
OCDSB - Sir Robert Borden High School
OCDSB - Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School
OCDSB - South Carleton High School
OCDSB - West Carleton Secondary School
OCDSB - Woodroffe High School
OCSB - Holy Trinity Catholic High School
OCSB - Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School
OCSB - Ottawa Catholic School Board - Elementary Schools
OCSB - St. Mother Teresa High School
OCSB - St. Patrick's High School
OCSB - St. Pius X High School
Ohio Wesleyan University
Okanagan College - Kelowna
Okanagan College - Penticton
Okanagan College - Revelstoke
Okanagan College - Salmon Arm
Okanagan College - Vernon
Olds College
Olds College - Calgary
Ontario Tech University
Oregon State University
Oregon State University - Cascades
Oulton College
Pace University - English Language Institute - New York City
Pace University - English Language Institute - Westchester
Pace University - New York City
Pace University - Westchester
Parkland College
Pattison High School
PDSB - Applewood Heights Secondary School
PDSB - Clarkson Secondary School
PDSB - Harold M. Brathwaite Secondary School
PDSB - Meadowvale Secondary School
PDSB - Peel District School Board - Elementary Schools
PDSB - Rick Hansen Secondary School
Pioneer Academy
Point Park University
PRNSD60 - Hudson's Hope School
PRNSD60 - North Peace Secondary School
Queen's University - School of English
Queens College of The City University of New York
Rancho Solano Preparatory School
RDCRS - Ecole Secondaire Notre Dame High School
RDCRS - Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools - Elementary Schools
RDCRS - St. Dominic Catholic High School
RDCRS - St. Francis of Assisi Middle School
RDCRS - St. Joseph High School
RDCRS - St. Thomas Aquinas Middle School
RED Academy
Red River College - Exchange District Campus (Roblin Centre)
Red River College - Notre Dame Campus
Renison University College
RETSD - Collège Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau
RETSD - Kildonan-East Collegiate
RETSD - Miles Macdonell Collegiate
RETSD - Murdoch Mackay Collegiate
RETSD - River East Collegiate
RETSD - River East Transcona School Division - Elementary Schools
RETSD - Transcona Collegiate
Rivier University
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Royal Canadian Institute of International Studies (RCIIS)
Royal Crown College of Business and Technology
Royal Roads University
RSB - Centennial Regional High School
RSB - Heritage Regional High School
RSB - Riverside School Board - Elementary Schools
RSB - Saint-Lambert International High School
RSD38 - Allan Roy MacNeill Secondary School
RSD38 - Henry James Cambie Secondary School
RSD38 - Hugh Boyd Secondary School
RSD38 - Hugh McRoberts Secondary School
RSD38 - John Napier Burnett Secondary School
RSD38 - Matthew McNair Secondary School
RSD38 - Richmond School District 38 - Elementary Schools
RSD38 - Richmond Secondary School
RSD38 - Robert Alexander McMath Secondary School
RSD38 - Robert Cecil Palmer Secondary School
RSD38 - Steveston-London Secondary School
Ryerson University
Saint Louis University
San Francisco State University
San Jose State University - International Gateway
San Mateo Colleges - Cañada College
San Mateo Colleges - Skyline College
Saskatchewan Polytechnic - Moose Jaw
Saskatchewan Polytechnic - Prince Albert
Saskatchewan Polytechnic - Regina
Saskatchewan Polytechnic - Saskatoon
Sault College
Sault College - Brampton
Sault College - Toronto
SCDSB - Bishop Alexander Carter Catholic Secondary School
SCDSB - Marymount Academy
SCDSB - St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School
SCDSB - St. Charles College
SD42 - Garibaldi Secondary School
SD42 - Maple Ridge Secondary School
SD42 - Pitt Meadows Secondary School
SD42 - Samuel Robertson Technical School
SD42 - Thomas Haney Secondary School
SD42 - Westview Secondary School
SD48 - Don Ross Middle School
SD48 - Howe Sound Secondary School
SD48 - Pemberton Secondary School
SD48 - Whistler Secondary
SDS36 - Surrey School District 36 - Elementary Schools
Seattle Central College
SELC Career College Vancouver
Selkirk College - Castlegar
Selkirk College - Nelson
Seneca College - King Campus
Seneca College - Newnham Campus
Seneca College - Seneca at York Campus
Seneca College - Seneca International Academy (SIA)
Seneca College - Yorkgate Campus
Sheridan College - Davis
Sheridan College - Hazel McCallion
Sheridan College - Trafalgar
Shoreline Community College
Shorter University
Silicon Valley Intensive English Program at San Mateo Colleges
Sofia University
South Puget Sound Community College
Southeast Missouri State University
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Southern New Hampshire University
Southern Ontario Collegiate
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Hult International Business School Ranking Global MBA

Hult International Business School Ranking Global MBA

Hult International Business School Ranking Global MBA

Hult International Business School Ranking Global MBA-Highlights

15th Best International One-Year MBA (Forbes, 2017).

11th for Percentage Increase on Pre-MBA Salary (The Economist, 2017).

1st for Diversity of Recruiters (The Economist, 2017).

60th Poets & Quants Best Undergraduate Business School Ranking (2018).

13rd The Economist, Masters in Management Ranking (2017).

53rd The Economist, Executive MBA Ranking (2018).

21st Best International MBA Program (Bloomberg, 2017).

91% of Hult MBA graduates were employed after three months.

$93,200 Average MBA graduate starting salary.

2.5 years Payback Period.

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Hult International Business School Global Career Report here for an in-depth look at how our MBA graduates are performing in the workplace, which companies are hiring them, and what you can expect the return on investment to be on a degree from HULT.

Program details here
following highlights particularly useful:
12-month curriculum: pages 28-31
Practical Education: pages 36-37
Specializations: pages 38-39
Dual Degree: pages 40-41
World-class faculty: pages 42-45
Career Impact: page 48-60
Global Campuses and Rotation: pages 64-85

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Murdoch University-MBA : Plan your own Study Schedule

Ms. Valerie Wong, General Manager, Singapore Bio-medical Company, told us that she had interviewed numerous job applicants for junior to managerial positions in her company. She had observed that the applicants are predominantly Bachelor’s Degree holders. She realized that to stay competitive and relevant in the market, she has to upgrade her academic credentials by attaining a Master’s Degree, especially at her current position as a General Manager. While she had the strong desire to pursue her MBA studies, Valerie had procrastinated for 8 years, until she stumbled across the Murdoch MBA Programme. 

Are you facing the same situation as Valerie? Have you missed out opportunities to receive a promotion or resume greater responsibilities because you are fiercely competiting with your colleagues who are like you, Bachelor Degree holders? According to Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM) :“Labour Force in Singapore” Report, 2018, Out of the total employed resident population of 2.2 million, 841,000 or approximately 36.7% of them are graduate degree holders. Do you have the desire to stand out from the crowd? Your answer is, YOU need a Master’s Degree. Not just ANY Master’s Degree but one that will help you “accelerate in your career”.  

The MBA, awarded by Murdoch University (Internationally recognised as a Research-led University), provides a comprehensive exposure to the key analytical tools required to make sound business decisions. Besides, you will have learned theoretical as well as practical business skills and built networks that can change the direction of your life.

  1. Murdoch University is recognised by the Australia government. Any candidate with a degree from a University accredited by the home government of the country will be considered for appointment into the Singapore Public Service Division (PSD).
  2. Murdoch University is in the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) approved institutions list                        
  3. Murdoch University is listed as one of the approved universities (Law Degree) eligible for admission to the Singapore Bar, Ministry of Law (MINLAW).
  4. The Dean, Dr Peter Waring, is based in Singapore to ensure high standards of academic delivery. This is an exclusive arrangement by Murdoch University for our students.
  5. You will be awarded a full degree transcript that gives you the competitive edge in the job market. Also, the degree from Singapore’s campus is the same as the degree awarded to the on-campus students of the University.
  6. A member of Association of Commonwealth University (ACU),- the world’s first and oldest international university network, established in 1913.
  • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
  • Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC)
  • Australian Psychology Society (APS)
  • Australian Computer Society (ACS)
  • CPA Australia
  • Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
  • Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA)
  • Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) Professional Memberships:
  • Australian Marketing Institute (AMI)
  • Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE)
  • Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA)
  • The Economics Society of Australia (ESA)
  1. You can complete your studies in a minimum of 12 months*, giving you a head start in your career. Attached 2020 Programme structure, January 2020 intake Study Plan, and a sample timetable from September 2019 intake for your kind reference.
  2. You are given the full flexibility to plan your study schedule at your pace, allowing you to better manage your other commitments. You decide the number of units to take per trimester and how long to complete your degree.
  3. Regular classes with full academic support given throughout the duration of your course. This means lecturers are always around to help you when you are in need.
  4. You will be taught by lecturers with vast experience in the relevant industry, and this is one of the reasons why our graduates emerge as the Top 2% of Murdoch graduates year after year.
  5. No dissertation required to complete this degree course implying no more endless hours spent on extensive research, allowing you to have more time to enjoy the learning experience.
  6. Flagship modules such as Global Business in the Asian Century, Leading the Engaged Enterprise and Strategies for Growth & Excellence in the MBA programme. The students will benefit most from the extensive corporate experience of the lecturers as they can apply these knowledge to their workplace immediately.
  7. You can finance your course fees through education loans with very affordable monthly instalment payment. Pay as low as $35* monthly. ”Subject to bank’s approval. Terms & conditions apply.”
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The MBA is designed to broaden students’ exposure in all major functions of a business and equips students to make a contribution at a strategic level. The MBA has the potential to offer student a wider range of career opportunities and the chance of assuming a higher level of job responsibility. The Murdoch MBA is a coursework-based degree in business administration. Coursework covers a wide spectrum of strategic overviews from every business operation. It delves into key functional areas such as marketing, leadership, strategic management, risk management and dispute management. Graduates will receive the same conferment as on-campus students, and will be allowed to use the title MBA (Murdoch) after their names.

Hear from Murdoch MBA Graduates

“Being in the insurance industry for more than ten years, I am aiming to climb the corporate ladder as fast as possible. I feel that the MBA course has helped me to better understand how senior management functions at a more strategic level. My manager has recognised my effort and capability and promoted me three levels up from a Senior Executive to Assistant Vice President, and I received a significant salary increment. I hope to continue to develop myself and head this company as a Managing Director in 5 years’ time.”
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Ivy Lee - MBA Graduate, Murdoch University
Assistant Vice President A Leading Financial Services Company
“I chose the Murdoch MBA programme mainly because Murdoch University is a well-established Australian university with a global reputation. The 3 weekdays evening part-time programme offered in partnership with Kaplan in Singapore is very well tailored to suit the hectic schedule of a working professional. Furthermore, I am considering a career swap from the medical sector in future, and the nature of this MBA programme being modular-based without dissertation allows me to gain sufficient breadth in subjects across various different disciplines. This helps me to gain a wide knowledge to ensure a smooth career transition in future. Having graduated from the MBA programme, I felt more confident with my business acumen. Taking advantage of the modules exemptions offered, I have decided to further my studies and enrol in the MPA programme which can be completed in 1 year to further enhance my business skills.”
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Dr. Cheng Wei Ray Alex - MBA Graduate, Murdoch University
D.Law (London); MB BCh BAO (Hons) (Ireland); LRCPI LRCSI; MBA (Australia)
  1. Academic Certificates and Transcripts.
  2. Latest Resume/ C.V. detailing employment experience and major work achievements.
  3. Softcopy Photo (passport-sized).
  4. Referral letter (if applicable)

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Deakin University Postgraduate Study Guide

Deakin University Postgraduate Study Guide

Deakin University

Futureproof your career

Deakin University  postgraduate degree can take your career to the next level. With our flexible study options, industry-aligned courses and leading reputation, postgraduate studies at Deakin will support you as you progress on your career journey

5-star university

#1 University for student satisfaction in Victoria

Take the next step with Deakin University

Practical and applied learning plays a key role in enhancing your employability. That’s why at Deakin University we integrate a range of industry-based learning opportunities into many of our postgraduate courses, as well as fieldwork and professional experiences in organisations in Australia and overseas. These opportunities enhance your employment prospects and add depth to your resume, at the same time as gaining credit towards your studies.

All our courses are designed with current industry practice in mind. We work closely with industry and business to develop course content, source guest lecturers who are experts in their commercial fields and give students work placement opportunities that enhance their skills and employability.

Study at your own pace, when and where it suits you, with our flexible learning options. You can choose to study units or your whole course online. Also choose whether you study full-time or part-time, to suit your lifestyle and other commitments.

Our professors and lecturers are not only talented teachers, many also come from industry and remain active in their fields, ensuring our courses stay relevant and reflect changing workplace needs.

Deakin’s extensive range of scholarships help to make postgraduate study more accessible. We offer over 25 different types of postgraduate scholarships, with our top postgraduate scholarships recognising and rewarding students from a broad range of backgrounds across a number of interest areas. 

Deakin students have the highest satisfaction in IT resources of any university in Australia or New Zealand.* We are continuously improving our facilities to ensure they are at the forefront of each field, providing you with the latest industry-standard equipment. For example, our engineering students have access to some of the best future-focused engineering facilities in the Australian university sector within the Centre for Advanced Design in Engineering Training (CADET). With access to real and virtual facilities including computer simulation, prototyping, testing and manufacturing, CADET allows students to realise and validate their designs

The benefits of postgraduate study at Deakin University

In a world that doesn’t stand still, neither can you. Postgraduate study expands your employment opportunities, giving you the skills and expertise to progress your career. Employers value the professional skills and strategic thinking developed through studying at a postgraduate level.

Are you seeking to change careers? Sectors? Industries? Do you want to gain experience in a new sector while studying? We understand that work experience plays a key role in enhancing your employability and assisting with the next step in your career. Many of our postgraduate courses offer opportunities for valuable work placement learning that can help you develop the skills you need to move into a new field of employment

Practical and applied learning opportunities enable you to develop the skills you need, whether changing or progressing your career, gain industry knowledge and extend your professional networks

Many of our courses are industry accredited, which means that future employers will recognise your qualification, as well as professional associations, relevant industries and universities around the world, helping you make the short list for your dream job

A professional network formed at university – fellow students, teachers, mentors and employers via work placement programs – provides lifelong benefits to every aspect of your career development. At Deakin, we facilitate extensive networking opportunities throughout your postgraduate studies, enabling you to develop strong and lasting connections.

A postgraduate qualification helps you stand out from the crowd, demonstrating your commitment to ongoing learning, upskilling and advancing your career.

Making postgraduate study work for you

You can choose to study at one of our campuses in Melbourne, Geelong or Warrnambool, study entirely online at our Cloud Campus, or study a combination of on-campus and online subjects if it fits better with your lifestyle and other commitments. Deakin has three study periods each year, which means you can choose when to start your degree. Fast-track your course by taking extra units throughout the year or you can complete one unit at a time, taking as much time as you need. You can also switch between part-time and full-time study and set your own pace throughout your course.

Some courses allow you to complete a unit with just a few contact days per trimester. The intensive workshops and seminars give you face-to-face peer discussion and networking, but still let you keep up your other activities. It can be especially useful if you’re working full time or live far away.

If you just want to test the waters and see what studying at Deakin is all about before enrolling in a full master’s course, consider studying a graduate certificate, graduate diploma or even a single unit (or two).

Our professional practice degrees offer experienced professionals an innovative approach to earning a postgraduate degree while they work – saving both time and money. To find out how a professional practice degree works, how it differs from a coursework degree, as well as who is eligible to apply

Another postgraduate study option available at Deakin is FutureLearn, which gives you a taste of the Deakin learning experience for free with a range of online units. The units are broken down into convenient two-week blocks, so you can manage your learning around your work and lifestyle commitments. Deakin also offers some postgraduate degrees on FutureLearn across a range of interest areas, which means that once you’ve completed your free two-week unit, you can then choose to continue studying and enrol in a full Deakin postgraduate course, delivered via FutureLearn

All the support you need while you study

We provide support to you at all stages of your postgraduate course, whether you need tips on staying motivated or sessions to improve your academic writing. Every aspect of your study is supported by online resources, student mentors and, of course, our staff. You’ll have access to a huge number of in-depth guides that will help you develop study and life skills, including:
• note-taking skills
• academic referencing
• preparing for exams
• giving an oral presentation
• tips for group work
• the difference between reports and essays
• how to think critically and ask critical questions.

From study support and career planning, to counselling and childcare – we aim to ensure your success no matter your situation

We’ve got lots of easy to use programs and tips to get you connected and working in the cloud in no time.

You might also want to take advantage of our free online tools to brush up on software application skills, get to know new programs and re-familiarise yourself with some old ones you might not have used in a while.

Flexible study options to suit you

On average, students are advised to complete about 10 hours of study per week, for each unit. Most campus-based units require three contact hours each week, plus up to seven hours of independent study time each week. However, contact hours for a coursework degree can vary depending on the type of course and your mode of study.

Yes, we’re known for our flexible study options. Life can change pretty fast. What suits you in March might not work so well in August. Many courses give you the option to switch between campus and Cloud Campus units of study (and back again) as your circumstances change. Likewise, you can switch between full-time and part-time study if you need to, provided your course is available in both study modes.

We give you the flexibility to study what, when and how you want, so you can fit your studies into your busy life. You can supplement your campus study, study entirely online at our Cloud Campus, or take a combination of campus and online subjects if it fits better with your timetable.

Students enrolled in a campus-based unit are required to sit the exam at the campus of unit enrolment. However, those studying online can choose from an extensive list of venues throughout Australia and even internationally.

Applying to Deakin University

We provide step-by-step guidance online to make applying to Deakin University easy. And, with three study periods a year, the next intake is never far away. If you need some advice on preparing your documents or writing a compelling personal statement.

To help you get started here is a list of the types of documents you may need to provide to help progress your application to Deakin:
• award certificates
• academic transcripts
• formal identity papers (e.g. your passport or driver licence)
• resume outlining relevant work experience
• personal statement outlining why you wish to undertake the course

Once you have gathered everything that you need, you can submit your application through Deakin’s online.

You’ll need to attach proof of citizenship, academic transcripts, a research proposal, referee reports and other certified documents.

You can reduce your overall study time and tuition cost by getting your work and previous study experience recognised as Credit for Prior Learning (CPL). CPL, also known as advanced standing or credit transfer, includes formal learning (accredited qualifications) and non-formal and informal learning (non-accredited learning or work experience).

To receive credit towards a component of your course, you should be able to demonstrate that you have achieved learning outcomes equivalent to the learning outcomes of that component. Learning outcomes may include skills or knowledge, or the application of skills or knowledge.

Qualifications completed within the last 10 years will be considered and, for older qualifications, only submit an application if you can demonstrate your continual involvement in the subject area. We’ll consider all university, TAFE and private tertiary education provider qualifications from Australia and around the world for CPL. We also consider any other previous study, work experience and relevant life experience.

Costs

Tuition fees are based on the course you enrol in.

There are two types of fees: Fee-Paying Place and Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). Fee-Paying Places are places that aren’t subsidised by the government, so you pay the full cost of the course. As a domestic fee-paying student you may be eligible to defer payment of your fees through the Australian taxation system’s FEE-HELP loan scheme. Your employer may also consider assisting with the cost of study if the course is related to your current position.

CSP is a higher education place available to domestic students, for which the university receives some government funding. Students enrolled in these courses are only required to contribute to part of the cost of the course.

Deakin University offers a range of scholarships to help you complete your study, reach your full potential and achieve your career goals. Our scholarships encompass state, national and international sponsored programs for domestic and international students, and are available across all areas of study.

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IUBH University of Applied Sciences-Germany

IUBH University of Applied Sciences-Germany

YOUR INTERNATIONAL CAREER STARTS IN GERMANY

Founded
1998

>15
Campus locations & more than 40 examination centres in Europe

4
Different study models

>3500
Business cooperations

More than
15500
students

for more than
110
countries

more than
650
professors and employees

more than
80
bachelor’s, master’s and MBA programmes

Best Career Opportunities
Your right to work and live in Europe Career Development Service Free German lessons Career Preparation Programme

Personal contact
Small classes and personal contact Ideal infrastructure for an optimal learning experience

International focus
International diversity The IUBH International Office: Your personal point of contact Incoming international students

Teaching with real business value
Many years of professional and management experience Network of over 3,500 companies

Highest quality
Top scores in international orientation Fully accredited Top business school

In addition to our academic programmes, we offer a unique and completely free of charge Career Preparation Programme (CPP) to students who want to focus on preparing their career and are ready to make an extra effort to enhance their opportunities on the German job market. This practice oriented and interactive programme is organised by the career offices located on the campuses in both Bad Honnef and Berlin. Given the expertise and extensive experience of the Career Office, the programme prepares students for the transition into the German labour market and their desired job. Students attending this exclusive programme increase their job opportunities in Germany considerably.

Facts & Figures
• Language of instruction: English
• Start & Duration: Spring and Autumn · One semester
• Modes of Instruction:
    • Mainly on campus
    • Workshops, networking, consultations
    • In addition to the regular degree programme


Our services for our students

1. Career events
Individual consultations and workshops on career planning, job interviews, business culture and more

2. Networking
A strong network is a crucial part of successful job entry. IUBH offers various opportunities for building a professional network


3. Job vacancies
Students have access to the exclusive IUBH network by using JobTeaser, our Career Office Tool

Small classes and personal contact
You are not just a number with us. The quality of our teaching and excellent educational outcomes are a top priority for us. That’s why our professors and lecturers teach you in small groups and are there for you personally to answer your questions. The advantages of studying in small groups:
• The impact of education within small groups is much larger than in anonymous groups in large lecture halls.
• The professors and lecturers know you personally and can respond specifically to your questions and suggestions.
• You don’t just listen passively in seminars, you participate actively in discussions and learn different points of view while also improving your discussion and rhetoric skills.

Personal challenge? Personal advice!
Whether it‘s before, during or at the end of your studies: Our staff provides individual, professional advice on all your questions about your studies and career. So, whether you are looking for advice on which degree programme is right for you, where and how you can spend some time studying abroad, or what opportunities our Career Office offer: Just contact our student advisory service.

Ideal infrastructure for an optimal learning experience
Students who want to focus diligently on their studies but also enjoy themselves shouldn’t have to spend their time in crowded lecture halls or dusty libraries. Our locations offer you everything you need for your studies and your well-being: modern seminar rooms, libraries, IT support, WIFI and, depending on the campus, various dining options. We also offer a wide selection of associations and sports clubs so you can enjoy your free time as well as your studies together with your fellow students.

International diversity
All courses at IUBH are taught in English; the contents are tailored to international work environments, and students and professors from over 110 nations meet and interact on campus.

The IUBH International Office: Your personal point of contact
The International Office is the first point of contact for all matters related to our international partner university network. We assist IUBH students with their options and requirements for studies abroad and are also closely involved in supporting and welcoming international and exchange students.

We maintain and manage the existing partnerships with our colleagues at our international partner universities and are the first contact for educational institutions abroad wishing to cooperate with IUBH.

Incoming international students
Every semester IUBH welcomes in Bad Honnef and Berlin groups of international students from our partner universities around the world – both for the duration of a full study programme and for exchange semesters. Their presence on campus and their contribution to the academic and social life here are an invaluable part of the international atmosphere and learning environment at IUBH.

The International Office staff, together with a team of student volunteers, strives to make their arrival and stay in Germany as easy and comfortable as possible. We organise welcome and information sessions to facilitate our new students’ transition to another culture and system of studying.

Our corporate network
We work together with a network of over 3,500 companies, who support us in a variety of ways through grants, sponsorship, guest speakers, events, direct recruitment and more. The exchange between the two deepens and all sides profit from the individual cooperation contract. The goal of these partnerships is to support interested students and graduates and to give them the best possible chances and impressions.

Enterprise is constantly expanding and is constantly looking for new team members in various countries. Everyone who joins our team starts with our Management Trainee Programme. The purpose of the programme is to get to know all facets of our business in order to take over a branch office after completing the programme, first as an assistant branch manager and then as branch manager. Accordingly, it is not only helpful if you are familiar with business administration from your study programme, but also a definite plus if you are familiar with customer service and sales. For us, the most important quality is that our employees have a passion for working with people and enjoy working with customers. In the application process we quickly see and sense if a candidate has the necessary fire, and if they will be one, happy, and two, successful.

We have been collaborating with IUBH for several years and have had positive experience with graduates from the tourism and hotel management programme. It is also worth taking a closer look at possible options with IUBH Dual Studies, because here we also want to find ways to expand our work together. Whenever someone has a deeply rooted service mentality and enjoys working in a team and with people, the basic qualification is already in place for us. We see IUBH as a very valuable source of talent for our next generation due to the practical relevance of their degree programmes and how this characterises their students in terms of their sense of commitment, sense of responsibility and entrepreneurial spirit.”

The professors and faculty of IUBH stand behind the excellent education of our students. Get to know some of them:

At IUBH we emphasise quality
The quality of our programmes is important to us. That is why we have not only introduced a number of internal quality assurance procedures, but also subject ourselves to regular external accreditations and certifications.

CHE University RankingThe CHE University Ranking is one of the best known rankings in Germany. In regular intervals, the “Centre for Higher Education and Development“ (CHE) rates universities according to their different specialisations. In the current CHE Ranking IUBH achieved outstanding results:  • Top score in the category “Overall Study Conditions“ • Top score in the category “International Orientation“ • Top score in the category “Practical Orientation“ • In direct comparison to the CHE Ranking 2014: Better ratings for “academic feasibility” and “support from professors”
GERMAN ACCREDITATION COUNCILAll current study programmes of IUBH are accredited and  bear the seal of the German Accreditation Council. Among other things, accreditation certifies that the curricula meet academic standards, that the programmes are structured in such a way as to meet all formal requirements and that the necessary  resources are available in the form of qualified staff and sufficient equipment. They facilitate the international recognition of educational qualifications in all 48 states of the Bologna region. Five of our degree programmes were awarded the FIBAA premium seal. This award certifies the extraordinary quality of these programmes. It also makes the IUBH one of the leading universities in Germany with five or more premium seals.
GERMAN COUNCIL OF SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES The German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat) provides advice to the German Government on the structure and development of higher education and research. The council has granted us institutional accreditation for 10  years, the longest possible period. This is the best evaluation the council can award, and signifies that we provide services in teaching and research that meet established academic and scientific standards.
TOP BUSINESS SCHOOLIUBH has been awarded the title “Top Business School” in the Focus Money DEUTSCHLAND TEST of educational  providers. The award confirms the high level of student satisfaction with our university’s services. A total of 116 providers from eight categories were put to the test.

TEDQUAL  UNWTO.THEMIS

The UNWTO.Tedqual certification is given to the world’s  leading tourism programmes by the United Nations’ World Tourism Organisation. IUBH was awarded the certificate as the first, and so far only, university in Germany for the  study programmes International Tourism Management and Tourism and Travel Management.

INNOVATION & EXCELLENCE AWARD

The annual Innovation & Excellence Award, presented by  Corporate LiveWire, recognises businesses and firms who are setting industry trends with creative products and innovative ideas. In 2017 to 2019, IUBH won this award. Former winners of the award include Uber, Riot Games, Microsoft and Airbnb.

HOTEL SCHOOLS  OF DISTINCTION

The “Hotel Schools of Distinction“ is a global alliance of renowned universities with specialisations in the field of hospitality management. It currently has ten membership institutions. This includes the IUBH as a founding member. The IUBH is the only Hotel School of Distinction in Germany.
SME INITIATIVE IUBH is the only university in the world to offer online examinations that can be taken anywhere, at any time, without prior registration and with live supervision. For this innovation, the university was included in the top-best list of the ITInnovation Award for medium-sized German enterprises (SME).

Your Campus

Your new home on the Rhine river
A picturesque town with a vibrant student community, Bad Honnef is located in one of the most beautiful regions of North Rhine-Westphalia. It offers amazing scenic and cultural diversity, including Grafenwerth Island, the romantic Siebengebirge and the legendary Drachenfels hill and Drachenburg Castle. At the foot of the Drachenfels, historic vineyards offer the perfect spot to relax after a day‘s hiking and mountain biking or visit the nearby

art and culture metropoles Cologne and Bonn for their renowned museums, festivals and great nightlife – or just shop ‚til you drop. As an IUBH student you enjoy free public transportation (included in your Campus Card Ticket at a cost of approx. €120).

Study on a campus with flair
Built on the historical site of St. Anno Park, Bad Honnef offers a traditional style university campus. Against a backdrop of lovingly renovated historical buildings

Your campus BAD HONNEF
and modern architecture, IUBH offers safe, comfortable and amenity-rich oncampus living options with cutting edge teaching and residential facilities:
• modern, well-equipped seminar rooms
• demonstration kitchen
• wine lab
• internet across the entire campus
• modern library
• on-campus food facilities
• modern furnished apartments, single and shared

Study programmes in Bad Honnef

Bachelor
• (Int.) Aviation Management (B.A.)
• Int. Event Management (B.A.)
• (Int.) Hospitality Management (B.A.)
• Int. Management (B.A.)
• Int. Marketing Management (B.A.)
• (Int.) Tourism Management (B.A.)

Master Master´s and MBA programmes in
• Aviation
• Big Data Management
• Engineering
• Finance & Accounting
• Health Care
• Hospitality
• Human Resources
• International Management
• International Business
• IT Management
• Marketing
• Transport & Logistics

Preparatory Programmes
• Bachelor Pathway Programme
• Bachelor Pre-Studies
• Pre-Master
• Path2Master

Cuisine on campus
Enjoy the options on campus in Bad Honnef – whether it’s a latte macchiato or croissant between seminars, or a nice culinary break. As an international university we always offer vegetarian and Halal dishes, so everyone can enjoy our culinary delights.

Canteen
Our modern canteen offers you daily choices from a wide range of healthy and delicious dishes. The lunch menu includes 15 different dishes – from vegetables or pasta to crisp salads and delicious desserts.

Dallmayr Café & Bar
Our Dallmayr Café is all about lifestyle and relaxation. Study and work in a relaxed atmosphere and enjoy a variety of coffees, tramezzini, stuffed focaccia and more.

Charly’s Lounge
Our student bar Charly’s Lounge is also a special attraction. Students do more than just relax with a cup of coffee here: They also celebrate Oktoberfest and Halloween as well as the “End of Semester Bash” and privately organised parties. And if our campus manager thinks the weather is good, we sometimes spontaneously grill on the roof terrace…

Restaurant anno
Whether it’s for a business lunch or fine dining, a company or family celebration – anno combines international culinary experiences with friendly and professional service. On summer days, you can fully enjoy outdoor gastronomy in the middle of the St. Anno Park with its old trees – and leave everyday life behind.

Student residences in Bad Honnef
Our students live in six modern blocks of flats – directly on the Bad Honnef campus or just two minutes away:
• campus study – friends and fellow students in your immediate vicinity
• the library is just round the corner
• privacy within your own four walls, but with friends next door
• right in the centre of all campus events
• Bad Honnef‘s town centre is within two minutes walking distance
• internet access within your own room or apartment, as well as cable or satellite TV

Societies, sports and more
IUBH in Bad Honnef offers a huge variety of clubs, sports teams and societies for you to join – a great way to relax, learn something new and make new friends. The following is just a small selection of what‘s available:
• IUBH Rugby Team
• IUBH Basketball Team
• IUBH Dancing Club
• IUBH Volleyball Team
• IUBH Handball Team
• IUBH Kickboxing Club 
• IUBH Running Club
• IUBH Soccer Team
• IUBH Tennis Team
• Grape(S)ociety
• IUBH LEO Club
• Chef Society
• SOAP Students On Air Project

Student Services at IUBH
Incoming international students
IUBH´s International Office is the first on-campus contact for all non-German students and provides a range of services to help international students adjust to living in Germany and studying at IUBH. It forwards important information about the start of the semester and key steps that need to be taken on arrival in Germany. It also coordinates directly with other relevant IUBH departments providing student assistance, such as the Student Office and the Accommodation Services. Staff at the International Office are keenly aware of the challenges surrounding international student mobility, potential visa-related hurdles and culture shock issues. Their aim is ensuring that all international students feel welcome at IUBH from the very word go.

Language & intercultural communication
English is our predominant medium of instruction with additional courses like „Academic Writing“ and „Business English“ designed to enrich your learning and enhance language skills. To further underpin our international focus, students can choose to incorporate further languages, depending on their study programme. Our international students may also take German. So for three semesters, IUBH students can choose to learn a new language or improve existing language skills within the framework of their study programme.

Your career in focus
What makes people successful? What contributes to extraordinary careers? Research has impressively shown, that a good and practically oriented education is the prerequisite for success. However, other factors also come into play before a successful career can begin: after graduation it is not solely about having excellent knowledge, but also about presenting yourself as indispensable for your future employer. IUBH career services help you to develop this skill: we offer special workshops that give you an optimal preparation for the current job market situation. In order to offset a shortage of skilled labour, German companies increasingly recruit highly qualified international employees – ideal circumstances for your career start. Our workshops increase your chances by, for example, improving your interview and negotiation skills so that you can present yourself as the sought-after expert you already are.

 

Study in Europe’s most exciting city
Study at the very heart of Europe and experience Berlin‘s rich and vibrant lifestyle. This dynamic and future-oriented city is set to become Europe‘s leading startup hub and is already a top location for entrepreneurs. Host to people from more than 186 countries, Berlin is a powerhouse of networking and collaboration with a wealth of opportunities and resources just waiting to be tapped into.


IUBH capital campus
Located directly in the centre of Berlin, the IUBH Berlin Campus is just a short

hop from some of the most important landmarks of Berlin. Why not use your study breaks for a quick walk to the architecturally unique museum island „Museumsinsel“, the historical „Nikolaiviertel“, or to „Alexanderplatz“ with its Shopping Malls and numerous bars and restaurants. You can also take it easy and relax directly by the „Spree“, peacefully flowing right in front of the IUBH campus, or on „Fisher Island“. Historic from the outside, utterly stateof-the-art from the inside: our Campus on Rolandufer offers modern lecture facilities and free Wi-Fi throughout the campus
And if you decide to learn outside the campus building, Berlin has an abundant offering of canteens, cafeterias, student coffee bars and libraries open to IUBH students. IUBH campus provides the perfect environment for your learning experience:
• modern, well-equipped seminar rooms & facilities •
Wi-Fi available across the entire campus
• access to many libraries around the city
• access to all dining facilities provided by the Berlin Student Association (“Studentenwerk”)


Study programmes in Berlin

Bachelor
• International Management

Master Master´s and MBA programmes in
• Aviation
• Big Data Management
• Finance & Accounting
• Health Care
• Hospitality
• Human Resources
• International Management
• International Business
• IT Management
• Leadership & Management
• Marketing


Preparatory Programmes
• Bachelor Pathway Programme
• Pre-Master
• Path2Master

Admission requirements

Bachelor Pathway Programme
• High School Diploma and Transcript of Records with final scores of at least 50% of the total possible
• Academic IELTS of 5.0/ TOEFL IBT 64 points/ PTE 46 (36 in each component)

Path2Master Programme
• Bachelor’s degree (3 years – 180 ECTS)
• Min. grade point average of 3.0 according to the German grading system in your Bachelor’s degree
• Academic IELTS 6.0/TOEFL IBT 80 points/ PTE 56 points/Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency

• High School Diploma and Transcript of Records with final scores of 75% of the total possible (IB Diploma, American Diploma, SAT, ACT and A-levels are accepted)
• Proof of English Proficiency: Academic IELTS 6.0/ TOEFL IBT 80 points/PTE 56 points/Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency. If you do not have an IELTS score or other proof of English proficiency, you can apply for a language exemption by filling-in our Waiver Application Form when at least one of the following points applies:
    • English is your native language
    • You graduated from an English speaking school/university
    • You have an English medium International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB)
    • The official language in your country is English
• Entry test if required
• Admission Interview – conducted online or on-campus

Master’s Programmes · 2 semesters (60 ECTS)
• Bachelor’s degree and transcript of records (4 years – 240 ECTS) I Min. grade point average of 3.0 according to the German grading system in your Bachelor/ Business degree
• Academic IELTS 6.0/TOEFL IBT 80 points/ PTE 56 points/Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency
• Admission Interview – conducted online or on-campus

Master’s Programmes · 4 semesters (120 ECTS)
• Bachelor’s degree and transcript of records (3 years – 180 ECTS) I Min. grade point average of 3.0 according to the German grading system in your Bachelor/ Business degree
• Academic IELTS 6.0/TOEFL IBT 80 points/ PTE 56 points/Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency
• Admission Interview – conducted online or on-campus

MBA · 2 semesters (60 ECTS)
• Bachelor’s degree and transcript of records (210 ECTS) I Min. grade point average of 3.0 according to the German grading system in your Bachelor’s degree
• Min. 2 years of practical work experience in management related field
• Academic IELTS 6.0/TOEFL IBT 80 points/ PTE 56 points/Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency
• Admission Interview – conducted online or on-campus

MBA · 3 semesters (90 ECTS)
• Bachelor’s degree and transcript of records (3 years – 180 ECTS)
• Min. grade point average of 3.0 according to the German grading system in your Bachelor’s degree
• Min. 2 years of practical work experience in management related field
• Academic IELTS 6.0/TOEFL IBT 80 points/PTE 56 points/Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency
• Admission Interview – conducted online or on-campus

Master Leadership & Management · 2 semesters (60 ECTS)
• Bachelor’s degree and transcript of records (240 ECTS) or Bachelor’s degree (210 /180 ECTS) + aptitude test (TASC)
• Min. 1 years of practical work experience in management related field
• Academic IELTS 6.0/TOEFL IBT 80 points/PTE 56 points/Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency
• Admission Interview – conducted online or on-campus

Hult International Business School Global 1 Year MBA

Hult International Business School Global 1 Year MBA

A dynamic and multicultural community

A curriculum that takes you beyond business

Build your knowledge: Business core
Your MBA program’s core curriculum is focused on the essential topics of business theory. Your core courses will give you a thorough grounding in the critical knowledge of general business and deepen the technical skills you’ll need to move to an advanced level.

The skills you’ll acquire as part of your core courses are based on a large-scale big data analysis conducted by Hult in partnership with Burning Glass. Analyzing millions of job descriptions, the study identified the most sought-after skills and technical abilities employers are looking for. These have been integrated throughout your MBA program’s core curriculum and certain electives to ensure you graduate with a skillset that employers value and that will serve you from day one in the workplace.

Throughout your degree, you will put the theory and skills you’re learning into practice with real challenges from real clients. In addition to adhoc, professor-led challenges, you’ll have the option to compete in core campus-wide challenges, which will require you to creatively problem solve for both local and global businesses.

Your own path: Electives
Customize your degree to suit your career goals or personal interests with a broad range of electives covering more than 30 topics. Your electives take place in the summer, and you will normally take six elective courses. Explore any topic that interests you most, or specialize when you complete three or more electives in that field. Topics are far-reaching but can be grouped in the following disciplines:
– Marketing
– Finance
– Entrepreneurship
– Business Analytics
– Disruptive Technology

Perspective: See the world differently
At Hult, you will be immersed in a global environment without even leaving campus, and every topic you study will be approached from a global point of view. Your business knowledge will be placed in the context of the complex global environment that organizations must operate in, with a focus on how to solve international issues and challenges.

– Study with classmates of 160+ nationalities
– Learn from faculty with experience in 45 countries bringing firsthand global business experience into the classroom
– Be exposed to multinational companies

Experience: Global Campus Rotation
Once you have completed your core courses, you will have the opportunity to take electives at up to two more of any of our campus locations:
– Boston
– San Francisco
– London
– Dubai
– Shanghai
– New York

Tomorrow’s world: Emerging technology
You’ll learn about emerging technologies impacting the business world of tomorrow directly from the people leading their development with our Day of Disruption speaker series. Through electives in disruptive technology, you’ll develop the critical thinking to identify the potential impact and opportunities of new and emerging technologies including:
– Blockchain
– Internet of Things
– Artificial Intelligence
– 3D Printing
– Gene Editing
– Robotics
– Autonomous Vehicles

Future thinking: Harness the power of innovation
Your final team project will push you to apply all your learning to develop an innovative solution to a question no one has found the answer to yet. You’ll use design thinking to explore the possibilities of emerging technologies and how you can harness their potential to solve the challenges businesses will face in the future.

Learning to lead: Leadership program
Through self-assessments, personal diagnostic tests, and expert workshops, you’ll identify your strengths and weaknesses and how best to utilize them as a teammate and leader. In class, you’ll apply these skills to real-world situations, reflect on your performance, and come to embrace every growth opportunity to realize your full leadership potential with the help of peer feedback and coaching.

Growth through practice: Learn by doing
Put theory into practice as part of your everyday classroom experience, and build on your individual strengths and weaknesses as you take part in:
– Business challenges
– Live client consulting
– Hackathons
– Design sprints

Your year at a glance

Immersed in diversity from day one, your year at Hult will be a transformative journey. Your degree has been designed so that you continuously apply business knowledge as you acquire it, practice your teamwork and leadership skills, and keep your thinking focused on the future.

15th
Best International One-Year MBA

(Forbes, 2017)

11th
for Percentage Increase on Pre-MBA Salary

(The Economist, 2017)

1st
for Diversity of Recruiters

(The Economist, 2017)

Sample timeline using MBA courses and events*

Fall
September to December

Winter
January to March

Business core:
Managerial Economics,
International Marketing,
Operations Management

World: Business and Global
Society
Future: Day of
Disruption You: Leadership Immersion


Business core:
Organizational Behavior,
Financial Management,
Analytics in Business Decisions

World: Global Strategy
Future: Future Mindset
You: Leadership Development


*Note: Chart shows a sample selection of courses from the MBA program and not the full curriculum. Curriculum, courses, sequencing, and program requirements are subject to change. The most recent Terms & Conditions are available at hult.edu.
Upon successful completion of an MBA at Hult, you will be awarded a joint U.S. and U.K. degree. For additional accreditation information please visit hult.edu/accreditation.
Hult’s Global One-Year MBA program is ranked in The Economist’s 2017 ranking of MBA programs worldwide.
YOUR

Design your degree and create your future with electives

You’ll come to Hult with unique professional goals and personal interests. Your electives enable you to tailor your program to suit you. Use your electives to create a specialized degree, study what most interests you, or learn about the technologies shaping our future.

Choose your own path

No-limits learning
You can choose as many as six electives from a broad range of over 30 topics, and specialize by completing three or more electives in a particular subject area: marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, or business analytics. In addition to usual in-person courses, some electives are also offered through a mix of in-person, online, and blended formats.

Take electives at any campus
Regardless of where you start your MBA with us, you can choose to take electives at up to two more of any of our campus locations in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and New York.* So as well as broadening your global business knowledge in class, you can gain firsthand international experience in as many as three different cities.

Sample electives:

– Customer Acquisition through Digital Marketing
– Solutions Marketing
– Consumer Behavior & Cross Cultural Marketing

– Social Innovation
– Disruptive Business Models
– Family Business

– Global Strategic Valuation
– Mergers & Acquisitions
– Entrepreneurial Finance

– Big Data
– Data Visualization
– Marketing Analytics

Master Degree program

Masters in Finance

Hult’s Masters in Finance equips you with the foundation necessary to tackle the complex world of corporate financial management. Learn both the language of business and the tactical financial skills needed to make an impact in international accounting and corporate finance.

What you’ll learn: You’ll learn to understand the nuts and bolts of the business. By the end of the program, you’ll be able to explain what drives your organization’s numbers so that you can advise on which activities drive profitable growth.

Why employers value this: Smart financial management decisions maximize shareholder and company value and limit risk. The role of the CFO and the company’s finance team is to optimize financial performance. They do this by looking for ways to fund investments and free up capital.

Masters in International Marketing

Clever marketing drives brand loyalty, product longevity, and profit. As companies look to differentiate their offerings in a global marketplace, Hult’s Masters in International Marketing degree equips you with the strategic and executional marketing skills needed to stand out.

What you’ll learn: You’ll learn how to leverage digital marketing, social media, marketing analytics, and customer engagement strategies to break through the noise and make a measurable impact on marketing objectives.

Why employers value this: Mastering the modern world’s marketing mix is more critical than ever to successful business strategy as consumers are constantly exposed to an increasing amount of branded content across various channels.

Masters in Business Analytics

Demand for scientific graduates means Masters in Business Analytics grads working in U.S. STEM jobs postgraduation can receive U.S. work authorization (OPT) of up to three years. As the role of big data becomes increasingly important, this degree equips you with the analytical and business capability to translate data
statistics and analysis into action.

What you’ll learn: This degree will place you at the intersection of statistical analysis and business knowledge. You’ll learn how to tell the story behind the numbers so that you can make meaningful, impactful contributions.

Why employers value this: Companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon have demonstrated the profitability of harnessing large-scale consumer data. Employers search for candidates who have the ability to translate data into actionable solutions.

Masters in Disruptive Innovation

Disruption and innovation impact all areas of the workforce and fundamentally change how businesses grow. As companies race to innovate in a shifting digital landscape, Hult’s Masters in Disruptive Innovation will enable you to link successful business decisions with technological advancement.

What you’ll learn: This degree is designed to equip you with both a practical business understanding and the knowledge of how people, technology, and digitization overlap to impact decision making and organizational change.

Why employers value this: Though many graduates use the innovative techniques they learn in this degree to launch their own endeavors, all business leaders understand that harnessing disruptive technologies is critical to driving rapid innovation and maintaining relevance. Employers seek candidates with both business and digital acumen.

Hult graduates are in demand at some of the world’s leading companies and in the most competitive industries. Their reputation as globally-minded innovators with an entrepreneurial spirit sets them apart.

Who are the top 15 employers of Hult graduates globally?
1. PwC
2. KPMG
3. EY
4. Deloitte

5. EF Education First
6. Accenture
7. Bank of America
8. Amazon

9. Boston Consulting Group
10. L’Oréal
11. Salesforce

12. Uber
13. Morgan Stanley
14. Porsche
15. BASF


Hult’s Global Campuses

In one year, you can study in up to three different cities. First, choose your home campus: Boston, San Francisco, London, or Dubai. Then, over the summer, complete your elective courses at up to two more campuses. Choose from any of the home campuses, as well as Shanghai and New York.

Gain a uniquely global perspective

At Hult you will do more than study business and earn your degree. You will learn to see the world differently. By bringing together people, cultures, and innovative ideas from around the world, Hult is dedicated to providing you with an educational experience that will transform your mindset and your career.

 
Queen’s University Belfast

Queen’s University Belfast

Located in the capital city of Northern Ireland, Queen’s University Belfast is steeped in heritage yet benefits from world-class, state-of-the-art facilities.

Queen’s has a history of investing in people and building brighter futures. It’s a place where learning and research come together to create new and exciting global opportunities.

The university has a rich heritage and a renowned history of producing Nobel Laureates, leading global academics and national and international leaders over the last 170 years.

First-Class Education

Queen’s University Belfast is in the Top 200 Universities in the world. QS World Rankings 2019

We are highly respected across the globe as a centre of teaching excellence and innovative research.

Our courses will give you an amazing university experience that’s rooted in a rich heritage. Taught by top academics, these degrees enable you to become an expert in your chosen field, with the prospect of a top career in a multi-national company.

A Leading Research Centre

Queen’s University Belfast is part of the prestigious Russell Group of the UK’s 24 leading research intensive universities.

Our world-class researchers carry out internationally leading research, with Queen’s placed joint 8th in the UK for research intensity. (Ref 2014)

Our Global Research Institutes are flagships for interdisciplinary research in areas of major societal challenge. They bring together a critical mass of excellent researchers from a wide range of disciplines in world-class facilities to tackle some of the greatest global issues of our age.

Tuition fees and scholarships for international students

For new international students registering in 2016/17, undergraduate course fees range between £13,945 (~US$20,000) and £34,830 (US$50,000) a year depending on your course. Postgraduate courses cost between £12,360 (US$ 17,800) and £33,045 (US$ 47,600) a year.

There are a number of country-specific and broader scholarships available to international students, which range from a 10% discount on tuition fees to a £5,000 award across undergraduate and postgraduate programs. 

Campus Life

Queen’s is at the heart of Belfast’s culture, as well as its art and social scenes. We’re proud to be part of a bustling, cosmopolitan city boasting a vibrant social life and rich cultural heritage.

The Queen’s Graduate School is a dedicated social and academic space for postgraduate students. It was recently ranked 1st for Graduate Schools out of 159 international universities, (International Student Barometer survey, 2016).

THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO BE A STUDENT
Northern Ireland has the lowest student cost of living in the UK (Which? University, 2018)

That makes it cheaper than Manchester, Edinburgh, Leeds and Newcastle, while the cost of living is 28% lower than in London (Numbeo 2015).

If you are a full-time undergraduate student living in self-catering halls during term-time you are likely to face costs that will look something like:

Item

Typical cost *

Accommodation£110
Food£50
Gas, electricity and waterIncluded in student accommodation
Council taxNorthern Ireland students are exempt
General living costs£30
Travel£10
Total Cost£210

* Costs shown are per week.

Our cutting-edge facilities include a financial Trading Room with Bloomberg terminals, interdisciplinary health and life sciences research facilities and innovative engineering hubs.

University of Nottingham

University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is a public research university based in the East Midlands in England, UK, founded in 1881. Ranked joint 84th in the world in the QS World University Rankings® 2018, the University of Nottingham is particularly strong in the following subject areas: 

  • Pharmacy and pharmacology (6th in the QS World University Rankings by Subject)
  • Education and training (22nd)  
  • Veterinary sciences (29th) 
  • Geography (46th) 
  • English language and literature (49th) 

English language equivalencies
QualificationRequirements 
IELTS6.0 with no less than 5.5 in each element6.5 with no less than 6.0 in each element7.0 with no less than 6.0 in each element
TOEFL (iBT)79 (minimum 17 in Writing and Listening, 18 in Reading and 20 in Speaking)87 (minimum 20 in Speaking and 19 in all other elements)100 (minimum 19 with 20 in Speaking)
PTE Academic55 (minimum 51) 62 (minimum 55)67 (minimum 55)
IGCSE/GCSE/O level English (as a first language) Grade CGrade CGrade B
IGCSE English (as a second language) Grade BGrade BGrade A
Cambridge Proficiency Test CBB
Cambridge Advanced Test Grade BGrade AGrade A 
International Baccalaureate English A1 or A2 (Standard or Higher Level) Grade 4Grade 4Grade 5
International Baccalaureate English B (Higher Level)Grade 4Grade 4Grade 5
International Baccalaureate English B (Standard Level)Grade 5 Grade 5Grade 6
Warwick English Language TestCCCBBCABB
Warwick HE Foundation Programme(English and Study Skills element)50%55%60%
UETESOLBBBCC (above pass)BBBBB (above pass)AABBB
European Baccalaureate (first or second language) 667
Students who require extra support to meet the English language requirements for their academic course can attend a presessional course at the Centre for English Language Education (CELE) to prepare for their future studies. Students who pass at the required level can progress directly to their academic programme without needing to retake IELTS.

Foundation CertificatePre-Masters
Prepare for your undergraduate degree English language entry requirement:Prepare for your postgraduate degree English language entry requirement:
minimum UKVI IELTS 4.0 in all skillsminimum UKVI IELTS 4.5 in all skills
Tuition fees: from £17,080Tuition fees: from £18,480
Course length: 6 to 15 monthsCourse length: 6 to 15 months

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Amity Global Institute – Singapore Campus

Amity Global Institute – Singapore Campus

AMITY

GLOBAL INSTITUTE,

SINGAPORE

Amity is part of a leading world-wide Amity Education Group which
has over two decades of experience in the field of education. Singapore
offers Industry Oriented Management Programs designed by leading
academicians and corporate world members. Benchmarking with the
latest content and teaching methodologies across the world, the
programs are an ideal platform for the launch of one’s career or getting on
the First-Track. Backed by professionals with decades of experience in the
corporate world and in the education field, Amity Global Institute
provides the best mix of practice and theory to ensure your success.

MAIN CAMPUS (TANGLIN)
Amity Global Institute’s Main Campus (Tanglin) located on Kay Siang
Road situated along ‘Embassy Row’, the diplomatic centre of
Singapore, nestled at the fridge of the city with proximity and
accessibility to key business district

CITY CAMPUS (NLB)
The City Campus located right in the National Library Building, a
knowledge icon situated in the heart of the arts, cultural, entertainment
and civic district of Singapore, continues to provide students with
optimal facilities to realize their academic aspirations

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON, UK
The University of Northampton is a prestigious UK University
that is committed to provide a student experience which is
second to none. University of Northampton has prided itself
on its teaching excellence and has been repeatedly recognized
in the UK National Teaching Awards.

The University has just under 14,000 students spread across
its two campuses and is divided into six schools including
Arts, Science and Technology, Education, Health, Business
and Social Sciences. The Business School of the University,
Northampton Business School (NBS) has over 3500 students
across the globe, offering a wide choice of flexible courses
at under graduate, postgraduate and professional levels.
The school is renowned for high quality teaching and research
supported by strong links with industry and commerce.
The school has also been shortlisted for the prestigious Business
School of the Year Award for two years in a row (2013 & 2014).

WHY UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON
• Received the Prestigious Gold status – The highest possible
mark in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2017
• Shortlisted for the Times Outstanding Business School of
the Year Awards Sep 2013/14
• One of the only 25 Ashoka U Changemaker campuses in
the world
• Reputed for its 96% employability by HESA
• 92% student satisfaction rate

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Duration : 1 year
Mode : Full Time/Part Time
Total Course Fees : 22000/15000
  
MASTER OF LAWS IN INTERNATIONAL
COMMERCIAL LAW (LLM)
 
Duration of course
Mode 
: 1 year
: Full Time/Part Time
Total Course Fees : 22000
  
BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) BUSINESS STUDIES 
Duration : 3 years
Mode
Total Course fee 
: Full Time/Part Time
 : Year 1
27000 
 : Year 2
20000 
 : Year 3
11000 
  
BACHELOR OF LAWS (HONOURS) 
Duration : 3 years
Mode
Course fee 
: Full Time/Part Time
 : Year 1
27000 
 : Year 2
20000 
 : Year 3
11000 
  
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) COMPUTING 
Duration : 3 years
Mode
Course fee 
: Full Time/Part Time
 : Year 1
27000 
 : Year 2
20000 
 : Year 3
11000 
  
All Fee Amount mentioned above are in SG$ only.
Fees quoted are exclusive of GST
For more information please refer to www.amitysingapore.sg/course.asp

The University of Stirling is an international university,
based in the UK, recognised across the globe for
addressing the needs of society through innovative
interdisciplinary research; learning and teaching of
the highest quality; and for sharing our knowledge
with the world.
Founded by Royal Charter in 1967, the University of Stirling was the
first new university in Scotland for over 400 years. We retain our
pioneering spirit and a passion for innovation and distinction in all
that we do. We are an agent for change, connecting people,
innovating and transforming the lives of our students, staff and the
global communities we serve.
In 2018, we were proud to launch a new partnership with
Amity Global Institute, to allow us to offer University of Stirling
courses to students based in Singapore. Developed by expert
academics, our course portfolio is diverse, with a focus on graduate
employability to help you to be the difference in your future career.
Master of Business Administration 
Duration : 1 years
Mode
Total course fee 
: Full Time/Part Time
: 25000
  
Master of Science Banking and Finance 
Duration : 1 years
Mode
Total course fee 
: Full Time/Part Time
: 20000
  
Master of Science Data Science For Business 
Duration : 1 years
Mode
Total course fee 
: Full Time/Part Time
: 20000
  
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Accounting and Finance 
Duration : 3 years
Mode : Full Time/Part Time
Total Course fee : Year 1
27000 
 : Year 2
20000 
 : Year 3
11000
  
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management 
Duration : 3 years
Mode
Total Course fee 
: Full Time/Part Time
 : Year 1
27000 
 : Year 2
20000 
 : Year 3
11000
All Fee Amount mentioned above are in SG$ only.

 

 

One of the largest, most diverse universities
in the UK with over 120,000 students in London,
and a further 50,000 studying across 180
countries for a University of London degree.
When you graduate, your prestigious University
of London award will be valued globally and
help you to pursue sought-after careers.

The courses you study and all the materials
provided are created and assessed by the
University of London’s member institutions,
which have an international reputation for their
teaching and research. The high standing of our
qualifications is valued and recognised by
universities, employers and specific professional
and statutory bodies.

Queen Mary
University of London

Queen Mary has a rich and diverse heritage and is one
of the largest colleges of the University of London, with
23,120 undergraduate and postgraduate students
studying across the humanities and social sciences, science
and engineering, and medicine and dentistry.


A member of the prestigious Russell Group, Queen Mary
is recently ranked 121 world’s top Universities by Times
Higher Education (World University Rankings, 2018).
It is also among the 25 most internationally diverse
Universities in the world. Queen Mary University of London
places a high priority on the integration of its teaching and
research. This ensures that your MBA study materials are
informed by the latest developments in the industry and
are fully relevant to y our needs

Master of Business Administration
• Master of Business Administration (Journal)
• Master of Business Administration (Accountancy)
• Master of Business Administration (Entrepreneurship and Innovation)
• Master of Business Administration (Finance)
• Master of Business Administration (Law)
• Master of Business Administration (Leadership)

Duration : 1 years
Model Total : Full Time/Part Time 
Course fee : SGD 18000

DIPLOMA & CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES
BY AMITY GLOBAL INSTITUTE, SINGAPORE

Mode : Full Time/Part Time
• Certificate in Business English – Beginner
• Certificate in Business English – Elementary
• Certificate in Business English – Pre-Intermediate
• Certificate in Business English – Intermediate
• Certificate in Business English – Upper Intermediate
• Foundation Programme for Higher Education
• Diploma in Business Management
• Diploma in Accounting and Finance
• Diploma in Banking and Finance
• Diploma in Entrepreneurship
• Diploma in Computing
• Diploma in International Hospitality and Tourism Management
• Diploma in International Logistics and Supply Chain Management
• Diploma in Hospitality, Operations and Management
• Advanced Diploma in Business Management
• Post Graduate Diploma in Management

HOW TO APPLY

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
• Copy of all Educational Certificates and Transcripts
• Copy of Passport
• Proof of English (such as IELTS, Pearson PTE etc.) (where relevant)
• CV / Resume
• Proof of professional accreditation (as applicable) (where relevant)
• Birth Certificate – Only for International Students
• Financial documents showing USD18000 and above – Only for International Students
• Scanned Passport photo with white back ground and later once visa is approved need
4 original photos
• Application Form
• Reference letter (where applicable)
• Personal Statement (where applicable)
• Other forms provided by the school

Once we received all the documents, an offer letter will be given after approval which may take
1 – 2 weeks or more, in cases of Exemption or non standard admission.

All applicants will be interviewed by the Programme Head but only after all documents are sent.
An application fee is payable to the bank details below. Please inform the school the student’s
name if you are doing TT or online transfer:
Bank Name : DBS BANK LTD.
Account Name : AMITY GLOBAL INSTITUTE PTE. LTD.
Account Number : 003-923926-2
Bank Code : 7171
Branch Code : 003
Swift Address : DBSSSGSG

Main Campus (Tanglin): 3 Kay Siang Road, Singapore 248923
City Campus (NLB): 100 Victoria Street, National Library Building #11-01, Singapore 188064


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