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Brigham Young University – Idaho

Address: 525 S Center St, Rexburg, ID 83460, United States

Description Brigham Young University – Idaho

  • Location: Wrexburg, USA
  • Year of foundation: 1888
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students: more than 37 000 full-time, about 23 000 online
  • Type of training: mixed.

Brigham Young University – Idaho is a private institution of higher education.  The predecessor of the university was Bannock Stake Academy, which provides the population with primary education. In 2000, the institution received the title of university and began its development in higher education programs. The university is now run by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as well as Brigham Young University of Utah.

Students come from all 50 states and more than 80 countries. Every year, more than 28,000 students study here, including about 16,000 full-time students. Online learning has grown to 159 courses and degrees.

The university has several colleges:

  • Agriculture, life sciences
  • Physical sciences, engineering
  • Business, communications
  • Performing arts, fine arts
  • Education, human development
  • Language, writing.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Brigham Young University – Idaho

Program name
Date
Age
Cost

Bachelor

  • Age – from 18 years (completed secondary education)
  • The term of training is 4 years.

Some areas of study:

  • Accounting
  • Zootechnics
  • Food Science
  • Agricultural Engineering Technology
  • Agronomy, crop production, soil science
  • Horticulture
  • Art (graphic design, illustration, painting, etc.)
  • Art education
  • Biology
  • Fishing, pastures, wildlife management
  • Biochemistry
  • Communication (digital, social networks, journalism, etc.)
  • Applied technologies
  • Web design, development
  • Financial Economics.
Annual
22+
from 1 500 $ / semester

Master

  • Age – from 22 years (completed bachelor's degree)
  • The term of training is from 2 years.

Some programs:

  • Zootechnics
  • Floral design
  • Horticulture
  • Applied technologies
  • Web design, development
  • Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering
  • Architectural technologies
  • Building inspection
  • Automotive Technology
  • Technology of welding, production
  • Applied Health
  • Vocational preschool education
  • Physiotherapist's Assistant
  • Marketing
  • Data science.

Accommodation, housing and food

The University provides accommodation in apartments on the Central Square. The building has prepared apartments of several types:

  • 2 bedrooms – 1249-1499$
  • 3 bedrooms – 1199-1499$
  • 4 bedrooms – 1149-1399$.

Accommodation is paid once a semester, the price depends on the time of year.

Students can live in the University Village with a monthly fee. Types of apartments have been prepared for them:

  • 2 rooms – 799$
  • 2 large rooms – 879$
  • Townhouse – 839-879$
  • 3 rooms – 999$.

For married students, a list of apartments with accommodation on request is available.

Before settling in any residential complex of the university, the student pays a one-time commission ($ 25), a security deposit ($ 400), a parking ticket if you have a car ($ 15 per year).

Events Brigham Young University – Idaho

For students there are many non-academic courses of various directions:

  • Academic communities
  • Art: music clubs, theatre courses, art gallery
  • Career support: mentoring, internships, etc.
  • Sports: fitness rooms, group classes, team sports, etc.

Leading sports teams:

  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Softball
  • Golf
  • Cross-country.

On campus are held events:

  • Hiking
  • Home evening activities – group gathering of interested students, master classes and lectures on various topics
  • Sports competitions of intra- and inter-university organization
  • Quests in open spaces
  • Social events, ministry
  • Food activities – production and sale of dishes on campus.

Advantages

  • Active distance learning
  • Participation in the world rankings of the best universities.

Equipment Brigham Young University – Idaho

The campus is 430 acres and approximately 40 buildings. Among them:

  • Faculty buildings
  • David O. McKay Library
  • Lab
  • Eliza R. Snow Performing Arts Center
  • Physical Education Building
  • Administrative offices
  • Scientific and Technical Center
  • University Communications Building
  • Playing fields, recreation areas
  • Student Health and Counseling Center
  • Parking
  • Bookshop.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The university operates year-round with three separate 14-week semesters: autumn, winter and spring. Each student is enrolled in a course consisting of two semesters: fall-winter, winter-spring, spring-autumn.

  • Winter semester: January-April
  • Spring semester: April-July
  • Summer session: 26 July-8 September
  • Fall semester: September-December.

Additional costs will include:

  • Books, consumables – from 200$
  • Accommodation, meals – from 2100$
  • Registration fees
  • Payment for events
  • Transport – from 600$
  • Personal expenses (mobile communication, clothes, rest, etc.) – from 1200$
  • Medical care.

The amount of expenses starts from $ 2500 per month.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Each applicant must register on the official website of the university and leave a statement, putting himself on the waiting list.

For admission to the bachelor's degree you need to have at least:

  • Certificate of secondary education
  • Transcript
  • Personal documents (passport, medical insurance, visa for foreign students, etc.).

Applicants applying for master's programs should provide:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Transcripts of the last year of study
  • Letters of recommendation from scientific supervisors
  • Resume
  • Personal documents (passport, medical insurance, visa, etc.).

Requirements for certificates of knowledge of English for foreign applicants:

  • TOEFL: from 66
  • IELTS: from 6.0
  • PTE: from 46
  • Cambridge English: from 169.

Application deadlines:

  • Autumn: February 1-September 1
  • Winter: October 1-December 15
  • Spring: February 1-April 1.

For online training, the deadlines for submitting applications differ:

  • Autumn: August 1
  • Winter: December 1
  • Spring: March 1.

Scholarships Brigham Young University – Idaho

Types of material assistance for university pupils:

  • Federal Aid: FAFSA Program Including Pella Grants, Student Loans, PLUS Loans
  • University Grants: BYU-Idaho Grant is granted to students based on academic success; Talent Grant of the Faculty of Arts, Grant for Internship
  • Private assistance – provided by third-party organizations.

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- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
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