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The Pre-Masters program prepares you to get your MBA, MPA, Masters in Marketing Communications, or Masters in HRM at Roosevelt.

The on-campus preparation is designed specifically for international students

  • with a TOEFL score below 80 or IELTS below 6.5

  • who do not have an official TOEFL/IELTS score and

  • who have not taken a GMAT or GRE test



    KEY FACTS


    Course length: 1 semester (15 weeks) or 2 semesters (8 months) depending on English level


    Next start date:

    Summer semester: May 7, 2014

    Fall semester: August 18, 2014


    Fees: $8,085 for 1-semester


    Entry requirements:

    GPA 2.75 or equivalent

    GMAT/GRE required only for MBA applicants with GPA below 3.0

    English level from equivalent of IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL iBT 60

  • International Year One is designed for students with upper intermediate English and requires no official TOEFL or IELTS score.

    It gives international students the essential building blocks needed to achieve degree success at Roosevelt University.

    Students choose between two academic pathways to give them the right preparation for their chosen undergraduate major:

  • a Business, Mathematics and Pre-Law pathway or

  • a Science pathway


    After spending between 2 and 4 semesters in International Year One, students can directly join the 2nd year of more than 20 bachelor's degrees in the various fields offered at Roosevelt such as business, economics, hospitality management, marketing, mathematics, international studies, politics, sociology, natural sciences, and pre-professional programs.

  • Preparing students to join the International Year One, English for Academic Purposes is a 1 semester intensive training for international students with intermediate English level and no TOEFL or IELTS score requirements.


    It is the 1st semester of a 4 semester study plan, in which students improve their 4 key language skills of Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing to start their degree level studies.

    About Roosevelt University - Pathway Program

    Roosevelt University was founded in 1945 and is located in Downtown Chicago, the 3rd largest city in the USA behind New York and Los Angeles.

    Roosevelt University is the 4th most ethnically diverse college in the Midwest, currently representing students from 63 countries.

    More than 50% of classes at Roosevelt have fewer than 20 students.

    In addition to this excellent ratio, studying at Roosevelt gives you great opportunities to intern and network with leading businesses in Chicago as an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications, and transportation, with international businesses such as Boeing, Motorola, Abbott Laboratories, Exelon, Allstate, McDonalds, and Kraft Foods in the area.

    Students

    Total Students

    8,224

    Student Ratio
    Female 67%
    Male 33%

    Faculty

    Total Faculty

    726

    Student/Faculty Ratio
    12 : 1
     

    Tuition

    Estimated Cost

    $43,200

    Admissions

    Total Applicants

    2,936

    Admitted

    74%

    Enrolled

    17%

    Test Scores

    SAT Math

    460-570

    SAT Reading

    SAT Writing

    470-580

    ACT Composite

    19-25

    Students & Faculty

    Students
    • 8,224Total Students
    • 2,739Male Students
    • 5,485Female Students
    • 398Total Intl Students
    • 163Intl Male Students
    • 235Intl Female Students
    Faculty
    • 726Total Faculty
    • 414Male Faculty
    • 312Female Faculty
    • 12:1Student/Fac Ratio

    Admissions

    2,936
    total applicants

    74%
    admitted (2167)

    17%
    enrolled (502)


    SAT Scores:
    25th-75th percentile
    460-570
    Math
    470-580
    Writing
    ACT Scores:
    25th-75th percentile
    19-25
    Composite
    17-24
    Math
    20-25
    English

    Note: 25th-75th percentile ranges show the range of scores achieved by the middle 50% of students who were admitted to the school.


    Other Requirements:
    TOEFL?
    Recommended
    Admissions Test Scores?
    Required
    Other Test?
    Neither required nor recommended
    College Prep?
    Required
    Recommendations?
    Neither required nor recommended
    *All data is provided by the school or compiled from IPEDS as of May 2013

    Degrees & Programs

    Accounting
    Acting
    Actuarial Science
    African-American/Black Studies
    Art History, Criticism and Conservation
    Biology/Biological Sciences, General
    Biotechnology
    Brass Instruments
    Business Administration and Management, General
    Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other
    Business/Commerce, General
    Business/Corporate Communications
    Chemistry, General
    Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist
    Clinical Psychology
    Computer Science
    Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
    Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services
    Creative Writing
    Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
    Directing and Theatrical Production
    Early Childhood Education and Teaching
    Economics, General
    Educational Leadership and Administration, General
    Elementary Education and Teaching
    English Language and Literature, General
    Finance, General
    History, General
    Hospitality Administration/Management, General
    Human Resources Development
    Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
    Industrial and Organizational Psychology
    Information Science/Studies
    International Relations and Affairs
    Jazz/Jazz Studies
    Journalism
    Journalism, Other
    Keyboard Instruments
    Legal Assistant/Paralegal
    Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies
    Management Science
    Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods, Other
    Marketing/Marketing Management, General
    Mathematics, General
    Meeting and Event Planning
    Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions, Other
    Mental Health Counseling/Counselor
    Music Performance, General
    Music Teacher Education
    Music Theory and Composition
    Musical Theatre
    Nuclear Medical Technology/Technologist
    Office Management and Supervision
    Organizational Communication, General
    Organizational Leadership
    Percussion Instruments
    Philosophy
    Political Science and Government, General
    Psychology, General
    Public Administration
    Reading Teacher Education
    Real Estate
    Secondary Education and Teaching
    Social Sciences, General
    Sociology
    Spanish Language and Literature
    Special Education and Teaching, General
    Speech Communication and Rhetoric
    Stringed Instruments
    Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Oth
    Voice and Opera
    Women's Studies
    Woodwind Instruments

    Student Profile

    Dimitar Popov

    MBA

    Dimitar Popov
    "If one is able to find good mentors and advisers the opportunities are endless."

    "Now, that I have graduated with my MBA, I really want to experience something different, something memorable, something extraordinary, and maybe I might be able to make a difference in my country one day when I go back. We never know what challenges and surprises life can give us. I do love my home land, but I do see that there are good challenges and opportunities here for someone like myself to do well. Just like anywhere in the world, if one is able to find good mentors and advisers the opportunities are endless."

    • Major: MBA
    • Study Area: Business/Management
    • Graduation Year: 2013
    • Home Country: Bulgaria

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