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Rasmussen University

Address: 385 Douglas Ave Suite #1000, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714, United States

Description Rasmussen University

  • Location: Multiple U.S. cities
  • Year of foundation: 1900
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students: more than 17 000
  • Type of training: mixed.

Rasmussen University is a private, non-profit university. From 1900 to 2020, the institution was a college called Rasmussen College. Since 1983, new campuses have been opened, faculties and programs have appeared. In 2002, Rasmussen University opened distance learning, making it easier for those who cannot attend classes (e.g. working) to obtain diplomas.

At the moment Rasmussen University consists of 7 faculties:

  • Nursing
  • Design
  • Business
  • Justice Studies
  • Education
  • Medical sciences
  • Technology.

The number of students on all campuses exceeds 17,000 people:

  • 86% of them are women
  • Average age of students 25 years
  • 40% of foreign students are different.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Rasmussen University

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
17+
Check with
managers

Bachelor

  • Age – from 18 years (completed secondary education)
  • Term of study – from 1.5 years
  • The form is online.

Some programs:

  • Bookkeeping
  • Business Management
  • Finance
  • Healthcare Management
  • Human Resources, Organizational Leadership
  • Marketing
  • Graphic design
  • Supply Chain Management, Logistics
  • Pre-school education
  • Health, well-being
  • Criminal justice
  • Informatics
  • Nursing
  • Computer Security
  • Data analytics.

Master

  • Age – from 22 years (completed bachelor's degree)
  • Term of study – from 1.5 years
  • The form is online.

Specialization:

  • Business Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Healthcare Management
  • Public health
  • Nursing.
Annual
22+
from 36 000 $ / 2 years

Doctorate

  • Age – Masters
  • Duration of training – up to 2 years
  • The form is full-time.

Specialty:

  • Executive Management
  • Public health, politics.

Events Rasmussen University

The university hosts many thematic events: music concerts, art exhibitions, festivals of creative success, volunteer work.

Advantages

  • Accreditation by the Higher Training Commission
  • Partnership with large organizations, educational institutions.

Equipment Rasmussen University

The university operates 23 campuses in different U.S. states.

Florida:

  • Central Pasco is the largest, located at an area of 45,500 square feet in the fastest-growing community of the Tampa area.
  • Fort Myers – In an apartment building in a residential area, the first and third floors are equipped for training. The building is conveniently located within a radius of five districts, allowing most students to easily reach the school building.
  • Ocala is equipped with study areas, recreation rooms, computer labs, laboratories and classrooms. It also has an Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) laboratory, a medical care laboratory, three nurse training laboratories, and two state-of-the-art modeling laboratories.
  • Orlando includes classrooms, a computer lab, spaces for learning, collaboration, and simulation equipment.
  • Tampa/Brandon is a short drive from downtown Tampa. Thanks to the spacious parking, many trees and green spaces, this place contributes to calm learning, communication, development of talents.

Illinois:

  • Aurora/Naperville – Located in a business park on the outskirts of the Chicago metropolitan area, there is a large free parking for students, teachers, online classes, a library, a personal support center, etc.
  • - Mokena/Tintley Park, a suburban campus on the south side of Chicago
  • Rockford
  • Romeoville/Juliet – Located southwest of Chicago at the intersection of interstate highway.

Kansas:

  • Kansas City/Overland Park – Located in downtown Johnson County, near the Kansas-Missouri border, about 20 minutes from downtown Kansas City.
  • Topeka is located a short drive from the Kansas River in northwest Topeka. This place boasts a large number of parking lots and easily accessible public transport.

Wisconsin:

  • Green Bay is located at the intersection of Interstate Highway on the west side of Green Bay. The location of the campus provides easy access to other areas of the city, state. The Green Bay Packers Stadium, which is just a few miles from campus, is equipped for sports fans. It is joined by the Packers Hall of Fame, the museum, the famous Bay Beach amusement park, the Green Bay Botanical Garden.
  • Vauzau - built in the northern part of the city, offers easy access to any area, surrounded by forests, groves.

North Dakota:

  • Fargo - located at the intersection of interstate highways, has convenient access to anywhere in the metropolis. Near the campus is the Red River Zoo, a regional shopping mall.

Minnesota:

  • Blaine – Built 20 miles north of Minneapolis, conveniently located next to interstate Highway: it is the main road leading to the National Sports Center in Blaine.
  • Bloomington – built in the Twin Cities subway area south of downtown Minneapolis.
  • Brooklyn Park is located on the outer edge of the northwestern region of the Minneapolis metropolitan area.
  • Igan is located south of St. Paul.
  • Elmo/Woodbury Lake.
  • Mancato is built inside the historic center of the city.
  • Moorhead is the "younger brother" of the Fargo campus in North Dakota.
  • St. Room – located near regional parks, public transport stops, entertainment venues and sports facilities.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

There are two semesters in the school year: autumn and spring. Exams are held at the end of each semester. Classes are held from Monday to Friday. You can study in person, attending lectures on campus or online, completely remotely.

Additional costs include:

  • Accommodation, meals
  • Books, consumables
  • Medical care
  • Sports sections, mugs
  • Transport
  • Personal expenses
  • Annual contributions.

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

For admission to the bachelor's degree, applicants will need:

  • Certificate of secondary education
  • Official transcript
  • GPA
  • ACT/SAT Standardized Test Results
  • TOEFL/IELTS certificate if the student is a foreigner (knowledge of English is not lower than level B1)
  • Registration fee.

Future masters should be provided with:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Registration fee in the amount of
  • Transcripts of courses taken
  • GRE/GMAT results
  • TOEFL / IELTS certificate, if the student is a foreigner (knowledge of English is not lower than level B1)
  • Essay/personal statement.

All applicants pass entrance tests.

Scholarships Rasmussen University

Financial programs in ULL:

  • Grants: Pella, federal payments, awards for graduates, etc.
  • U.S. Government Scholarships
  • Financial assistance of the university in emergency situations, in the presence of special advantages
  • Federal subsidies, loans.

Most scholarships are based on good academic success.

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- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- 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
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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