Kentucky Christian University

Kentucky Christian University ( KCU ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. KCU began operations in 1919.

Admission and tuition fees. For admission to the university, along with the results of the exams, the student must provide information about previous academic performance. When applying to a university, over 70 percent of applicants are admitted to the university, but it is also worth bearing in mind that at KCU the acceptance rate can vary significantly depending on the chosen faculty. The academic year in this educational institution is divided into semesters. Education per year at this university will cost around 15,000 USD. Those wishing to get a master’s degree in this university should expect to spend 15,000 USD per year of study. The university also provides an opportunity for distinguished students to participate in scholarship programs. Not all students have the opportunity to receive full-time education, in this regard, offers distance learning programs. It is advisable to check the more accurate cost of training, as well as the entrance requirements on the official website ( ) educational institution.

The composition of the university. Kentucky Christian University is a small university in terms of the number of students, in which approximately 1,000 students study in total. Both citizens of the country and foreign citizens can apply for admission to the university. Approximately 99 teachers teach at the university.

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