January 27, 2014

American Consortium of Universities

acu-icon-with-intructionsThe American Consortium of Universities (ACU) is a group of accredited institutions of higher education with distinct programs and features that have attracted and served the educational needs of thousands of international students from around the world. The scope of their degree offerings is wide, varied, and far-reaching, ranging from associate degrees to doctoral programs in many different fields, including advanced science, engineering and technology, and programs as diverse as environmental engineering, law, business administration, textiles, nutrition and sports medicine.

The ACU was established to facilitate admission of international students to the graduate and undergraduate programs of its member institutions, which offer a wide range of excellent academic programs and services. Assistance in achieving fluency in English and adjusting to the academic and cultural challenges of study abroad is provided by INTERLINK Language Centers. Members institutions include Indiana State University, St. Ambrose University, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Valparaiso University.

Hover over an orange dot to see the university name and location. Click on an orange dot for information on the university.

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