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  • eBay, Adobe, Apple, Facebook, Cisco, Intel, Google orkut “ When large numbers of entrepreneurs, financiers, engineers, designers, and other smart, creative people are constantly bumping into one another inside and outside of work, business ideas are more quickly formed, sharpened, executed, and – if successful – expanded. The more smart people, and the denser the connections between them, the faster it all goes.” Richard Florida, “Where the Brains Are,” The Atlantic Monthly , p.35-36 Octobre 2006 Florida goes on to say that, “The local cultures of most, if not all, means metros [his name for SV type communities] have facilitated the establishment of many loose connections among people of diverse talents, lifestyles and social circles (as opposed to a few tight connections within homogenous groups). They are socially tolerant and open to new ways of thinking. Job switching is common, as is periodic unemployment, and free agents find plenty of common spaces in which to work and meet. The soup is continuously stirred, an newcomers are assimilated easily.” (pp.36, “Where the Brains Are). “ For a variety of historical reasons – the presence of great universities is usually one – the means metros already have a high concentration of highly talented people. And as more such people are added, their multiplier effect on growth seems to keep increasing. That’s true not just for economic growth in the aggregate, but for individual incomes and opportunities as well.” (R. Florida, “Where the Brains Are).
  • International Gateways includes Studies in American Language (for language and culture courses) and International University Studies (offering university courses and professional training)
  • The best way to make progress towards your goals is to immerse yourself in the language and the culture that will build your skills for global success.
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  • This shows how our programs create a smooth pathway from language acquisition to internships.
  • 3/16/2001 San Jose State University is the oldest school in the California State University system.
  • Free public transportation throughout the county by bus and light rail gives students the freedom to explore the area.
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    • 1. International Gateways @ SJSU
      • Studies in American Language
      • International University Studies
      Image by roarofthefour
    • 2. What makes International Gateways different?
      • California Location
        • Silicon Valley
      • Variety of Programs
        • For students, professionals, groups
      • Nationally Ranked University
        • Lucas College of Business
        • Davidson College of Engineering
    • 3. Welcome to Northern California
      • San José…
      • Experience Northern California’s best attractions
      • Vibrant downtown setting
      • 300 days of sunshine and 15.5▫ C
      • among the top ten U.S.
        • Most Livable Cities
        • Safest Large Cities
    • 4. Silicon Valley : High Tech Capital
      • Educated : More than half of the adults hold college degrees
      • Innovative: Highest patent generation in the U.S.
      • Progressive: Headquarters for more than 1,000 Major High Tech firms within 40 km of the SJSU campus
    • 5. INTERNATIONAL GATEWAYS
      • Studies in American Language
      International University Studies
    • 6. At International Gateways you will
      • STUDY in English – LIVE in California - SUCCEED in the world
    • 7. STUDY IN ENGLISH Running Footer - Title or Subtitle
    • 8. A program for every purpose High School Student, Italy Nurse, Taiwan Student, Saudi Arabia Economist, Russia Professional, Vietnam Teacher, Japan College Student, Germany Doctor, Korea College Student, Iran Business Professional, Brazil
    • 9. Studies in American Language – To Improve and Activate your English
      • Academic and TOEFL Preparation (ATP)
      • CEA accredited language program
      • 9 and 17 week sessions begin in January, March, June, August, October
      • 20 hours of intensive English language instruction per week
      • Small classes
      • Concurrent enrollment in regular university classes for advanced students.
      • Over 20 elective courses
      • Dedicated Computer Lab
      • Free Conversation Club
      • Active Communication in English (ACE)
      • Interactive classes for maximum participation
      • Free Conversation Club
      • Cultural activities and excursions
      • 6 week Summer session/ 18 hours per week in class
      • Focus on authentic communication skills
    • 10. International University Studies – To Experience SJSU Courses Global Studies Certificate Students in Semester @ SJSU program may earn the acknowledgement of a Global Studies Certificate by enrolling in global perspective classes and participating in international activities on campus.
      • Semester At SJSU (SAS)
      • Study 1 or 2 semesters at SJSU
      • Choose from hundreds of university classes
      • Earn credits without formal admission
      • TOEFL (PBT 530/ CBT 197/ iBT 71) score required
    • 11. International University Studies – To Prepare for Business and Professional Success
      • Business and Professional Communication (BPC)
      • Immerse yourself in Silicon Valley business culture
      • Build confidence in professional communication
      • Weekly excursions or speakers
      • 18 hours per week of instruction
      • 6-week summer program
      • MBA Preparation (MBP)
      • Intensive and rigorous course for advanced students
      • GMAT Preparation, Business Case Studies, Presentation Skills
      • TOEFL (PBT 530/ CBT 197/ iBT 71) score required
      • Application workshops and advising for grad schools
    • 12. Study Today – Succeed Tomorrow
      • Active Communication in English
      • Business and
      • Professional
      language and culture International Gateways 3- 6 weeks
      • Academic and TOEFL Prep (ATP)
      • MBA Prep
      academic preparation 9 or 17 weeks
      • Undergraduate degrees
      • Graduate Degrees
      • MBAs
      degree programs 1-4 years
      • One credit classes
      • TOEFL Waiver
      • Semester at San José State University
      • Global Studies Certificate
      university courses San José State University 17 weeks
      • Internships
      • Optional Practical Training
      global success Silicon Valley 1-2 years
    • 13. The California State University System
      • 23 campuses across California
      • Over 417,000 students
      • Over 46,000 faculty and staff
      • Largest and most diverse university system in the country
      • Over 1,800 Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree
    • 14. San José State University
      • Founded in 1857, the first institution of public higher education in California.
      • Total enrollment is ~29,000 over 23,000 undergraduates 5,500 graduate students
      • Student to faculty ratio is 18:1
      • 100% of full-time faculty with Ph.D. or terminal degrees
      SJSU Library
    • 15. SJSU Points of Pride - Academics
      • Ranked among the top 10 public universities in the west that offer bachelor’s and master’s programs.
      • Top Rated Engineering Programs
        • Computer Engineering ranked #1 in the nation for public Master’s degree
        • Industrial/ Manufacturing Engineering ranked #5 in the nation
        • Computer Science is ranked #8 in the nation and #32 in the world
    • 16. LIVE IN CALIFORNIA Running Footer - Title or Subtitle
    • 17. Transportation SJSU students enjoy unlimited rides on Valley Transit Authority buses and Light Rail.
    • 18. Great places to visit around San Jose
      • San Francisco – One of the most romantic cities
      • Santa Cruz – Surfer’s paradise
      • Monterey – Home of the largest aquarium in US
      • Napa Valley – Wine Country
      • Lake Tahoe – Winter and summer sports
      • Yosemite – World famous landscape; one of the most famous national parks
      • And those are just the beginning!
    • 19. Housing Options
      • On campus residence
        • Campus Village
        • Joe West
      • International House
      • Homestays
    • 20. SUCCEED IN THE WORLD Running Footer - Title or Subtitle
    • 21. Succeed in the World
      • SJSU ranked #12 among all US state schools for salary potential of graduates
              • From 2009 College Salary Report by PayScale
              • http://www.payscale.com/best-colleges/top-state-universities.asp
      • SJSU Career Center won the
      • Outstanding Achievement for Innovative Programs
              • From the National Association of Colleges and Employers and Chevron Corporation
              • http://www.careercenter.sjsu.edu/index.html
      • "Few institutions have been as crucial to Silicon Valley's success as San José State University, which trains many of the engineers, software designers and tech savvy business people who keep the Valley's technology machine rolling."
      • -- San Jose Mercury News
    • 22.  
    • 23. Please visit http://iGateways.sjsu.edu Karen O’Neill, Director International Gateways @ SJSU
    • 24. Please visit http://iGateways.sjsu.edu