City University of Seattle is a private not-for-profit institution of higher education. Its mission is to change lives for good by offering high quality and relevant lifelong education to anyone with the desire to learn.
The mission is based on these philosophical principles:
• Education is a lifelong process and must be relevant to the student's aspirations;
• Education should be affordable and offered, as much as possible, at the student's convenience; and
• Opportunity to learn should be open to anyone with the desire to achieve.
• Each degree or certificate awarded by City University of Seattle is an affirmation of the knowledge, skill, and academic attainment of the recipient.
• The University's success as an organization is measured by the accomplishments of its graduates and their individual contributions to society.
Founded in the city of Seattle in 1973 as City College, the name of the institution was changed to City University in 1982 by action of its Board of Governors. Influenced in its early organization by the recommendations of the Carnegie Commission Report and the Seattle 2000 Commission, the University was one of the nation's first to address the needs of the working adult.
The University awards degrees and certificates at the undergraduate and graduate levels in dozens of academic fields, and offers a varied and extensive program of continuing education. It also conducts a worldwide Distance Education program to better serve those who need or prefer to study for their degrees at home.
City University of Seattle offers instruction in nearly twenty locations throughout the States of Washington and Hawaii, the Canadian Provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Romania, Slovakia, China, and Mexico.
The dispersion of instructional sites and the use of a variety of delivery systems are consistent with the University's mission, which is to make education convenient to all. As the University has grown, its aims have been accepted all over the world. The idea of education as a lifelong process, unhindered by time, pattern, or location, has gained nationwide recognition, and is today taken for granted. City University of Seattle is proud of the role it has played in the vanguard of this liberating movement.
Quality Education for All
City University of Seattle is committed to providing a variety of educational opportunities to a diverse population and incorporating an international, global perspective in our programs.
Our commitment to building better communities worldwide is served through sites in Canada, Europe, and through the formation of international partnerships in countries such as China, Mexico, Greece, Bulgaria, and the Czech Republic. In addition, the university hosts more than 350 international students in the U.S. and Canada who choose to pursue their studies in North America. Each year, we enable thousands of students worldwide to access quality education.
Name of the school: City University of Seattle
Accreditation: Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities
International Faculty: (70%; 45)
Graduates employed: (~98%)
Subjects of Masters Study: Management
Finance & Accounting
Marketing & Communication – ex. Masters in Marketing (Part time)
1. Master of Science in Project Management
2. Master of Science in Technology Management
Courses held in: English
Length of Courses: 10 weeks each.
Starting Dates : Oct-01; Jan-01; Apr-01
Application Deadlines: Sep-15; Dec-15; Mar-15
International Exchanges: Yes, Student Mobility Program
Average Class Size: 15-20
University degree (level minimum): Bachelor degree or higher is required
Prior educational background – No
Tests required and level: TOEFL IBT – 87; IELTS – Band 7; CAE – Grade A; CPE – Grade C.
Languages fluency: English proficiency
Application fees (€): 80
Range of Tuition fees (€): 7500
Instalments (€): 500
Scholarships availabilities: N/A