John Carroll University

John Carroll University ( JCU ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. JCU began operations in 1886. The main campus of the university is located within the small town of University Heights.

Admission and tuition fees. For admission to a university, an applicant must provide documents on passed exams and previous academic performance. When applying, 80 percent (more than half) of applicants successfully enter the university. However, at JCU, the percentage of applicants admitted can vary significantly depending on the chosen direction of the program of study. John Carroll University is one of those universities where the academic year is divided into two semesters. The cost of studying at the university is quite high and amounts to 20,000 USD per year. Those wishing to get a master’s degree in this university should expect to spend 20,000 USD per year of study. Given the high cost of tuition, students can participate in scholarship programs. Distance learning is also available for students of this university. .

The composition of the university. John Carroll University is a small university, and the number of simultaneously attending classes is 5,000 people. Both citizens of the country and foreign citizens can apply for admission to the university. The teaching staff of JCU includes about 799 teachers. The educational institution cooperates with other universities on the exchange of students. The University is represented in the following social networks Flickr , Twitter , Youtube , Facebook , Linkedin .

University infrastructure. The university library is also available to university students. University students can apply for a place in a student hostel.