Rabu, 04 Juni 2014

Universities In New Jersey


Princeton University

Founded in 1746, initially as College of New Jersey, is currently the largest private university in the United States and member of the "Ivy League" (Ivy League), a prestigious academic association they belong to the most prestigious U.S. universities. Located in the city of Princeton, in the state of New Jersey, just halfway between the cities of New York and Philadelphia. It has an extensive campus with residence halls for easy access and short distance between them. It has a population of more than 6 thousand 500 students from across the United States and over 57 foreign countries. Foreign students (5% of the total student population) have counseling services on campus. 892 academic departments and a large library with more than 5 million books are some of the references of this important university. Princeton University offers academic programs for undergraduate and graduate studies in the following areas of knowledge: Humanities, Arts, Architecture, Natural Sciences, Engineering and Applied Sciences.
More information: 
Phone: +1-609-258 3034 (graduate admissions) 
609-258-3060 (undergraduate admissions) 
Web:  www.princeton.edu

New Jersey City University

This university located in Jersey City, in the state of New Jersey, is under state funding and has a student population of over 9000 people, of which 4% are foreigners. He has more than 500 academic departments and the following colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education and College of Professional Studies.
More information: 
Phone: +1- 888 441-6528 (undergraduate) 877-652 8472 (graduate) 
Web:  www.njcu.edu

Rider University

This private university, is located in Lawrenceville, in the state of New Jersey, and has over 6000 students, including a 2% foreign. It has more than 400 academic departments and schools: School of Business Administration, School of Arts and School of Education.
More information: 
Phone: +1-800-257 9026 
E-mail: admissions@rider.edu 
Web:  www.rider.edu

Selasa, 03 Juni 2014

Universities In New Hampshire



Dartmouth College

Located in the city of Hanover, in the state of New Hampshire, Dartmouth is a prestigious private co-educational College (which supports men and women), with graduate schools. Recognized member of the "Ivy League" (Ivy League) prestigious academic association to which they belong important houses of study as Yale and Harvard, the academic level of Dartmouth College is located in the same level of a great university. Is famous for its program of MBA (Master of Business Administration). It has over 5000 students, of which 4% are foreigners from 61 countries. It offers undergraduate curricula of four years, in the areas of Humanities, Science and Social Sciences. It also has graduate programs (Masters and PhD) in various specialties of the following academic areas: Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Engineering and Business.
More information: 
Phone: +1- 603-646 2875 
Web:  www.dartmouth.edu

University of New Hampshire

With over 13,000 registered students, the university located near Durham, has an extensive library and great facilities for international students who wish to join. Their rate of foreign students is at 1%, offering lodging in their campus dormitories or people from 57 countries. It has the following colleges: College of Engineering and Science, College of Arts (Art, Communication, Education, Geography, History, Language, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre, Dance); College of Sciences and College of Agriculture and Health.
More information: 
Phone: +1-603-862 3000 
Web:  www.unh.edu

Senin, 02 Juni 2014

Universities In Nevada


University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Located in Las Vegas, in the state of Nevada, has more than 21,000 enrolled students, among which 5% foreign students from over 52 countries. 1168 has academic departments covering a wide range of careers in the following areas: Arts, Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Anthropology, Dance, Economics, English, Film, Finance, History, Management, Sales, Music, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering , Nursing, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre, Tourism.
More information: 
Phone: +1-702-895 3011 
Web:  www.unlv.edu

University of Nevada-Reno

located in Reno, in the state of Nevada, has more than 12,000 enrolled students, of which there are 3% international students from over 67 countries. It has 651 academic departments covering a wide range of careers and the following colleges: College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Management, College of ducation, College of Engineering, College of Sciences, College of Medicine.
More information: 
Phone: +1-775-784 6874 
E-mail: international@unr.edu 
Web:  www.unr.edu

Sabtu, 17 Mei 2014

Universities In Nebraska


Metropolitan Community College

is located in Omaha, in the state of Nebraska. It has over 12,000 students enrolled, of which 1% are foreigners from over 60 countries. It has 608 academic departments upon the following areas: Accounting, Architecture, Management, Arts, Business, Finance, Computers, Technology, Civil Engineering, Criminology, Management and Sales.
More information: 
Phone: +1-402-457 2281 
E-mail:  ude.b enccm @ tnem trape dstne dutsl anoit ANRET or

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Located in Lincoln, has about 22,000 registered students, of which 3% are foreign students. They have a special service for international students, allowing the start of classes in fall, spring and summer, in addition to providing accommodation in campuses and other residences located in the vicinity of the university. The academic programs of the university are concentrated in the following areas: Accounting, Management, Journalism, Communications, African American Studies, Agriculture, Engineering Technology, Agriculture, Anthropology, Art History, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Systems Engineering, Industrial Engineering.
More information: 
Phone: +1-402-472 2023 
E-mail:  ude.l nu @ sn oissi mda
Web:  www.unl.edu

Western Nebraska Community College

Located near Scottsbluff, has about 2000 students losc ual 1% are foreigners. Activities for new students begin in the fall and spring seasons. It has 196 programs estudioen the following specialties: Arts, Education, Languages, Journalism, Business Administration, Anthropology, Criminology, Economics, Geography, History, Law, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Biology, Mathematics, Physics.
More information: 
Phone: +1-308-763 2000 

Kamis, 15 Mei 2014

Universities In Montana


Montana State University

has a high percentage of international students, 11,000 students that make up its student population. He has more than 600 academic departments in the following areas: Agriculture (Agricultural Economics, Animal Studies, Veterinary Medicine); Art and Architecture (Architecture, Art, Music, Theatre); Business; Science (Chemistry, Ecology, English, History, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology); Nursing; Engineering (Civil, Chemical, Systems, Electrical, Mechanical); Education.
More information: 
Phone: +1-406-994 7418 
E-mail:  ude.a natno m @ and du tslab olg

The University of Montana

has over 12,000 students enrolled, of which 3% are foreigners. This university, located in Missoula, has great facilities and has hosted services and advice to new students. It offers more than 650 programs and has the following colleges: College of Business Administration, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Technology, College of Education, College of Arts, College of Journalism, College of Law, College of Pharmacy and Science Health.
More information: 
Phone: +1-406-2436266 
Web:  www.umt.edu

Carroll College

This private university is located in Helena, in the state of Montana. It has over 2000 students, of which 4% are foreigners. It has more than 121 academic departments and the following schools: School of Education, School of Arts and Business School.
More information: 
Phone: +1-406-447 4300 

Rabu, 14 Mei 2014

Universities In Missouri


Washington University in St.Louis

Located in the city of Saint Louis, in the state of Missouri, with a population comprised of more than 12,000 students, including 6% of international students from 80 countries. It has 2,515 academic departments, whose main areas of study are: Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Architecture, Business, Law, Medicine and Social Work.
More information: 
Phone: +1-314-935 6000 
E-mail: ude.l TSUW @ snois SIMDA
Web:  www.wustl.edu

Southeast Missouri State University

is located in Cape Girardeau. It has about 9000 students in the program noted a high percentage of foreign students from over 64 countries. Classes begin its 378 academic departments in any season except winter. This university offers accommodations and specialized counseling for new students. It has the following schools: College of Business (Finance, Accounting, Management, and Sales Management); College of Education (Special Education, Secondary Education); College of Health (Nursing, Social Work); College of Arts (Art, Communications, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology); College of Science and Mathematics (Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics); College of Polytechnic Studies (Agriculture Engineering Technology).
More information: 
Phone: +1-573-986 6863 
Web:  www.semo.edu

Mizzou University of Missouri

Located in the town of Columbia, has a student population of over 22,000 people, of which 2% are international students from over 50 countries. It has 1,675 study programs in the following areas: Accounting, Agriculture, Agronomy, Anthropology, Art, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communications, Economics, Education, Industrial Engineering, Geography, Technology, International Studies, Internal Medicine, Journalism, Management Sales, Mathematics, Music, Nursing, Nutrition, Ophthalmology, Philosophy, Political Science, Radiology, Sociology, Social Work, Theatre, Veterinary.
More information: 
Phone: +1-573-882 7786 
Web:  www.missouri.edu

Selasa, 13 Mei 2014

Universities In Mississippi


Mississippi State University

This university, funded by the state, with over 15,000 students. The 2% of the student population are foreigners from over 60 countries. Classes begin in the fall, spring or summer. It offers more than 900 courses in the following specialties: Agriculture (Agricultural Engineering, Engineering); Human Sciences; Architecture; Arts and Sciences (Languages, History, Mathematics, Statistics, Sociology); Business (Accounting, Finance, Business, Management and Sales); Education; Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Industrial, Systems, Chemistry, Agricultural Mechanics); Veterinary; and Medicine.
More information:
Phone: +1-662-325 2323
Web:  www.msstate.edu

University of Mississippi

Located in Oxford, has a student population of more than 12 thousand people, among which 2% of international students from over 45 countries. His 509 academic departments span the following areas: Arts (African American Studies, Arts, Biology, Chemistry, English, Biology, History, Journalism, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Theatre); Medicine (Medicine, Nursing); Accounting; Applied Sciences; Business; Economics; Finance; Management; Sales; Education; Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical); Laws; Pharmacy.
More information:
Phone: +1-662-915 7404
E-mail:
Undergraduate: ude.s simel or @ umd altni
Graduate: ude.s simel or @ gmd altni
Web:  www.olemiss.edu

University of Southern Mississippi

The University, funded by the state, has about 14,000 students, of which 2% are foreigners from 60 countries. It has 726 programs of study and the following colleges: Arts, Business, Education and Psychology, Health Sciences, Arts, Nursing, Technology, Marine Science.
More information:
Phone: +1-601-266 5000
E-mail:  ude.m your @ sn oissi mda
Web:  www.usm.edu