Scholarship at the reputable US University at KAPLAN

Kaplan is a leading educational institution in the world, having a partnership with three reputable universities in the US: Northeastern, PACE, Merrimack, Quinnipiac

  1. Northeastern University (NU) was established since 1898, located on Tier 1 Private group

Kaplan north-eastern in the United States, there are nearly 21,000 students. The strongest fields: Business, Economics, Architecture, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Engineering, Coop

  • Ranked 49 nations (Top 2% of the more than 4,000 schools) (US News and World Report 2013)
  • Ranked 32nd in Bachelor of Business program, 56th in MBA (Business Week 2010)
  • Ranked 14th in Architecture schools (Dr Gary Key’s Centre for Architectural Society 2009)
  • Ranked 1st in employment support services and practice according to The Princeton Review
  • Ranked 1st in Co-ops Program – In service (in U.S. News & World Report)
  • Ranked 56th in Best Business Graduate Schools” (U.S. News and World Report 2011)
  • 2nd fastest growing University in the US, (US News and World Report 2009)

The school is located in downtown Boston, Massachusetts – America’s education capital, 2nd campus in Seattle, Washington

NU is one of the pioneers in the US performing the Coop program. Every year, 6,000 NU students have the opportunity to work with more than 2,900 partners of recruitment, many famous names such as Apple, Google, HSBC, IBM, MTV, Reebok, Massachusetts General Hospital, Motorola, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, US White House, Walt Disney,

Pace University was founded in 1906 in New York. Kaplan University’s main campus is located near the financial center of Manhattan. Pace has 12,700 students, including over 1,300 international students from 93 countries around the world. The Average class size: 22 students..

According to U.S. News & World Report 2013: PACE is ranked 1st in New York, top 5 in the US Top for service arranging internships for students; MBA ranked # 2nd in the nation for the recruitment rate after graduation

  • 170th among the top American Universities (U.S. News & World Report 2012) equivalent to Top 5%!
  • Top 50 American universities – students have the highest income after graduation (BusinessWeek Magazine)
  • Of the top 20 universities will help you become rich (Forbes.com, 2010)
  • Pace’s Lubin School of Business is accredited by AACSB
  • Recruitement Percentage after graduation in 2012 is higher than the national average of 10%
  • Pace Alumni undertake more than 2,800 senior management positions at leading companies

The strongest fields: Business, Management, Finance, Marketing, Communications, Press, Film

  1. Merrimack University was founded in 1947 in North Andover, Massachusetts from Kaplan merrimack, Boston 40 minutes by car to the north. The school has close cooperation with companies and foreign organizations to create favorable conditions for students to participate in the Coop programs or practice. The proportion of students / lecturer is low of 12: 1, students receive maximum support from teachers.

– The school is among the top 10 best universities in the successive years in eastern region (U.S. News & World Report): 2012 ranked 8th, 2013 ranked 10th

– Among list of best universities in America voted by Forbes magazine

– Being the best Northeast school in 2014 (The Princeton Review)

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