This course is for foreign students wishing to obtain a bachelor's degree from the FAU. The international organization Navitas supervises the learning process and the subsequent transfer: within 1 academic year (2 or 3 semesters at the request of the student), it passes a training course equivalent to one undergraduate course, and upon successful completion is immediately enrolled for the 2nd course in the chosen specialty. Academic course if desired can be combined with an academic English language program or a course for foreigners ESL.
The program works in the following specialties and areas:
1) Arts & Letters:
4) Design & Social Inquiry:
5) Engineering & Computer Science:
Applicants of bachelor's programs must submit to the admission committee:
SAT or ACT exams are optional. Students who do not have a sufficiently high level of English, can pass the preliminary preparatory course PAR (Preparation for Academic Readiness).
The cost of training in the FAU is (price is for 1 person):
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) is well known not only in the USA, but all over the world : This is one of the largest research centers, well located on the ocean coast near Miami. The university has been successfully working for more than 50 years: today more than 180 specialties are taught here, and among the graduates are NASA astronaut and 2 laureates of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize.
Among the students and graduates of the Florida Atlantic University, the most popular and sought-after specialties are:
The University is a state university; It is accredited by leading American and international experts and organizations - for example, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Today, the number of FAU students reaches 30 thousand people, who study more than 180 undergraduate and graduate programs (there are 10 faculties in total). More than 4,000 students reside on campus, and 49% of students are foreigners. The total number of university personnel is 3,200, 1,100 teachers and professors, each with a doctorate - PhD.