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International PowerPoint • 2014

Founded in 1931
What makes Berkeley
College different?
• New York metro area is our campus

• Berkeley College is global
• Faculty chosen ...
Your Campus is New York
New York is in the heart of economic activity

Close proximity to Fortune 500
firms, financial ins...
Berkeley College is Global

Over 90 different
nationalities are
represented in our
student population*

Over 900 students
...
Berkeley College is Global
Berkeley College is ranked #6
in enrollment as a “Specialized
Institution” in the U.S.,
accordi...
Academic Excellence
Curriculum
Berkeley is committed to preparing our students for
success in the rapidly changing, compet...
Academic Programs
Larry L. Luing School of Business
A wide range of rigorous academic programs helps prepare students to m...
Sample Quarter Schedule

90 credit hours required for graduation with an Associate’s degree
180 credit hours required for ...
Career Services and Internships
Scholarships
Berkeley offers competitive
scholarships for international students.
Students can qualify
from 10% to a maxim...
We offer
Conditional
Admission/
English as a
Second Language

We accept transfer credits for
courses that are deemed
appli...
2014 Tuition and Fees
Each quarter $7,500
Academic year (three quarters) $22,500
Administrative fee (per quarter) $250
Tec...
Housing
New York City
There are many off-site housing options in the New
York City area. The International Student Office ...
Admissions Requirements
Required Documents:
• A completed Berkeley International Application Form
• A completed Scholarshi...
Berkeley is Supportive
International Student Office

Student Life

Assistance with student visas, information
about housin...
Student Clubs
International Club,
United Nations Club,
Desi Club,
Hispanic Club,
Turkish Club,
Chinese Student Association...
Locations
New York
New York City
Midtown
3 East 43rd Street
12 East 41st Street
New York, NY 10017

Brooklyn
255 Duffield ...
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Berkeley College's diverse programs of study, multi-cultural student body, and various locations offer international students wonderful opportunities that are hard to find at other American colleges and universities.

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Berkeley College International Admissions

  1. 1. TM International PowerPoint • 2014 Founded in 1931
  2. 2. What makes Berkeley College different? • New York metro area is our campus • Berkeley College is global • Faculty chosen for academic excellence and relevant professional experience • Programs available on-site and online • Accelerated graduation options • Free lifetime career assistance for Berkeley graduates • Affordable education: Tuition freeze and scholarships are available to qualified students
  3. 3. Your Campus is New York New York is in the heart of economic activity Close proximity to Fortune 500 firms, financial institutions, New York Stock Exchange, and major technology and consulting companies. New York is the fashion capital of the world . Berkeley students have participated in New York City’s Fashion Week. Major design houses are also nearby.
  4. 4. Berkeley College is Global Over 90 different nationalities are represented in our student population* Over 900 students are international* *Fall 2013 enrollment
  5. 5. Berkeley College is Global Berkeley College is ranked #6 in enrollment as a “Specialized Institution” in the U.S., according to the Institute of International Education* *Source: www.iie.org ** Source: Payscale Inc. ROI 2013 Study Berkeley College New York ranked in the top 4% of U.S. colleges and universities for future earnings vs. cost of tuition**
  6. 6. Academic Excellence Curriculum Berkeley is committed to preparing our students for success in the rapidly changing, competitive business world. Faculty Our faculty members are chosen for their excellent academic credentials and relevant professional experience. Accreditation and Approvals Berkeley College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104; telephone: 267-2845000). Berkeley College is certified to enroll foreign students under the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).
  7. 7. Academic Programs Larry L. Luing School of Business A wide range of rigorous academic programs helps prepare students to meet the challenges they will face in today’s rapidly changing global business environment. • Accounting • Business Administration • Fashion Marketing and Management • Financial Services • General Business • Information Technology Management • International Business • Management • Marketing Communications School of Professional Studies The School of Professional Studies helps prepare students to meet the challenges in careers requiring specialized training. • Graphic Design • Interior Design (B.F.A. and A.A.S.) • Interior Design Management • Justice Studies – Criminal Justice • Legal Studies School of Health Studies The School of Health Studies helps prepare students to meet the challenges in careers in the health industry • Health Services Not all programs and course are offered at all locations. You may be required to take some courses at another location or online. Berkeley College reserves the right to add, discontinue, or modify its programs and policies at any time. Modifications subsequent to the original publication of this information may not be reflected here. For the most up-todate information, please visit BerkeleyCollege.edu. For more information about Berkeley College graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed programs, and other important disclosures, please visit BerkeleyCollege.edu/disclosures.
  8. 8. Sample Quarter Schedule 90 credit hours required for graduation with an Associate’s degree 180 credit hours required for graduation for a Bachelor’s degree This is only a sample Bachelor’s degree course sequence. Actual course schedules may vary by program, course availability, and other variables. Some students may be required to take, at additional cost, remedial courses that do not count toward the number of credits required for graduation. Students that take Developmental Education course requirements may extend their program by two quarters. Berkeley College reserves the right to add, discontinue, or modify its programs and policies at any time. Modifications subsequent to the original publication of this information may not be reflected here. For the most up-to-date information, please visit BerkeleyCollege.edu.
  9. 9. Career Services and Internships
  10. 10. Scholarships Berkeley offers competitive scholarships for international students. Students can qualify from 10% to a maximum of 25% off tuition. To fill out a scholarship application go to: BerkeleyCollege.edu/files_bc/Scholarship_Inte rnational.pdf
  11. 11. We offer Conditional Admission/ English as a Second Language We accept transfer credits for courses that are deemed applicable by the College
  12. 12. 2014 Tuition and Fees Each quarter $7,500 Academic year (three quarters) $22,500 Administrative fee (per quarter) $250 Technology fee (per quarter) $150 Estimated living expenses: approximately $9,000 per year
  13. 13. Housing New York City There are many off-site housing options in the New York City area. The International Student Office can provide a list of housing options. White Plains Multiple housing options are available, including studios with kitchenettes, and one- or twobedroom apartments with full kitchens and living rooms. Each apartment is furnished, air-conditioned, and wired for voice, Internet, and cable TV. Price: $2,500 (per quarter) Newark The Newark location apartment housing is at the beautiful University Centre on Central Avenue, located just blocks from the Newark facility. Apartments are fully furnished and feature highspeed Internet and cable TV, full kitchens, dining areas, and Manhattan skyline views. Price: $3,000 (per quarter)
  14. 14. Admissions Requirements Required Documents: • A completed Berkeley International Application Form • A completed Scholarship Application Form (if applicable) • Official secondary or post-secondary transcripts of academic grades (translated into English) and proof of graduation • Proof of English language proficiency: Berkeley College’s Language Test TOEFL – score of 500 PBT, or 61 IBT IELTS – score of 5.5 or higher Michigan Test – score of 78 or better APIEL – grade 3 or higher English for Norway – level 4 English for Sweden – grade VG TOEIC – score 800 or higher University of Cambridge - British Council – with a grade no lower than C STEP – score 2A or better • Official document of financial support demonstrating a minimum of $37,000 (U.S.) in available funds • $50 (U.S.) Application Fee • $300 (U.S.) Tuition Deposit* • $400 (U.S.) Residence Deposit* (For White Plains residences) Decisions are typically made within two weeks after receiving all application materials. * Deposits/I-20 Certificates and Refund Policy: A $300 (U.S.) tuition deposit reserves a place at Berkeley and will be applied to tuition. The I-20 Certificate will not be sent until the tuition deposit and all required academic and financial documents are received. This deposit will be refunded if written notice of cancellation is received at least 60 days prior to the starting date of the quarter for which the student has been accepted, or if the student is refused admission to the college, or if the student is denied a student visa. In the event of a visa denial, written proof of the denial from the U.S. Embassy and return of the I-20 Certificate are required to receive the refund. Residence facilities should be reserved well in advance. A $400 room deposit is required for the White Plains residence facilities. Of this amount, $200 is credited toward the final quarter’s rent; the remaining $200 is held as a deposit until the student has checked out of the room satisfactorily. The refund policy for the residence deposit is the same as the tuition deposit listed above.
  15. 15. Berkeley is Supportive International Student Office Student Life Assistance with student visas, information about housing, and help adjusting to life in the United States. Global Cuisines International Employment Workshops Thanksgiving Lunch United Nations Tour Soccer Tournament Ice Skating in Bryant Park Tour of NYC Wall Street Tour Cultural Programs with Student Development English Conversation with Student Development Athletics and Recreation Soccer (football) Basketball Cross country
  16. 16. Student Clubs International Club, United Nations Club, Desi Club, Hispanic Club, Turkish Club, Chinese Student Association, Korean Student Association, Japanese Student Association
  17. 17. Locations New York New York City Midtown 3 East 43rd Street 12 East 41st Street New York, NY 10017 Brooklyn 255 Duffield Street (Corner of Fulton and Duffield) White Plains 99 Church Street White Plains, NY 10601 Brooklyn, NY 11201 New Jersey Clifton 600 Getty Avenue Clifton, NJ 07011 Dover 1 West Blackwell Street Dover, NJ 07801 Newark 536 Broad Street Newark, NJ 07102 Paramus 64 East Midland Avenue Paramus, NJ 07652 Woodbridge 430 Rahway Avenue Woodbridge, NJ 07095 Woodland Park 44 Rifle Camp Road Woodland Park, NJ 07424 Online Berkeley College OnlineTM BerkeleyCollege.edu/Online Online programs are available worldwide. All degrees obtained through our Online program are accredited. Contact us: Berkeley College International Admissions 12 East 41st Street, 14th Floor New York, NY, USA 10017 Phone: 212-687-3730 Fax: 212-986-7827 www.BerkeleyCollege.edu International@BerkeleyCollege.edu Facebook: BerkeleyCollegeInternationals All contents © 2013 Berkeley College.

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