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You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

South Carolina joined the union in 1788 after the end of the revolutionary war. Because of this, it has a rich past and a well established higher educational infrastructures. Students pursuing higher educations are entitled to optional loans to make higher education possible for them.

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Intensive English Language Program

Claflin University
Campus Full time 1 year September 2018 USA Orangeburg

If you are an international student looking to improve your English skills in order to succeed in American schools and workplaces, you have come to the right place. Welcome to IELP! [+]

If you are an international student looking to improve your English skills in order to succeed in American schools and workplaces, you have come to the right place. Welcome to IELP!

Claflin University provides a twelve-month, research-based Intensive English Language Program (IELP) for students whose native languages are not English. The goal of this program is to enable students to improve their English language proficiency rapidly and effectively, so that they can move on to study one of Claflin’s 36 academic majors, and to help them adjust to American classroom cultures and university environments.

Curriculum and Program Structure

The IELP uses a three-semester course sequence: each Fall and Spring semester has two seven-week terms, while summer semester has one seven-week term.... [-]


Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Full time Part time July 2018 USA Beverly Hills Berkeley Hills Amherst + 2 more

This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference! [+]

Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18)

This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference!

Leadership and management: You’ll start by considering the variety of leadership roles people take on, and look at the link with management – which is not the same as leadership, though there are important connections. Personality types: Here you’ll find out more about the way personality types are classified, and the implications of these for leadership – and the perhaps surprising fact that many different types of person can succeed in certain leadership roles. Leadership styles: Through a study of some of the great leaders of the past, you’ll identify different styles, and see how people have used their talents and circumstances to achieve prominence and success. Leadership and teamwork: Leadership implies working with others. What are the skills you need to create, and be part of, a great team? Persuasion and negotiation: If people are to follow your lead you need to get them on your side. But sometimes you have to compromise, and even admit that you may be wrong. How do you do this and still retain authority?... [-]

English for Academic Purposes in the UK (Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Full time Part time July 2018 USA Beverly Hills Berkeley Hills Amherst + 2 more

You will not be alone if you feel a little nervous about the day-to-day business of university study – and native speakers are often just as worried as you are! This course shows you how you can meet the challenges ahead of you. [+]

English for Academic Purposes in the UK (Age 14 to 18)

You will not be alone if you feel a little nervous about the day-to-day business of university study – and native speakers are often just as worried as you are! This course shows you how you can meet the challenges ahead of you.

Language guide: for this course, we recommend at least these levels of English: 6.5 (IELTS) / 110 (TOEFL iBT) / C1 (CEF) / CAE.

What is EAP? As an introduction to the course, you’ll be looking at the scope of EAP and how it ties in with general study skills. Reading: How will you cope with a long reading list? Here you’ll find out how you can absorb information quickly and effectively. Listening: In an academic context, listening skills relate largely to lectures. You’ll pick up some really valuable tips for listening well, and also for taking useful notes. Writing: For many subjects, you’ll have to write essays. Today, you’ll be working at improving your approach to essays, and to other pieces of academic writing. Speaking: Most university courses will require you to attend seminars, possibly to take a lead role, but certainly to say something! This unit will help you to gain the confidence needed to take advantage of seminars. Preparing for a seminar (a): For the remainder of the course, you’ll be working on a seminar in which everyone in the class will take part. But first of all, you need to use your... [-]

ACT & SAT preparation course in USA only ( Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Full time Part time July 2018 USA Beverly Hills Berkeley Hills Amherst + 2 more

If you’re planning to study in the USA, you usually have to take one or the other of these tests. The higher your score, the better your chances of gaining entry to one of the top universities. In this course, you’ll find out how the tests work, and what you can do to achieve a great result. [+]

ACT & SAT preparation in USA only ( Age 14 to 18)

If you’re planning to study in the USA, you usually have to take one or the other of these tests. The higher your score, the better your chances of gaining entry to one of the top universities. In this course, you’ll find out how the tests work, and what you can do to achieve a great result.

Language guide: for this course, we recommend at least these levels of English: 6.5 (IELTS) / 110 (TOEFL iBT) / C1 (CEF) / CAE.

ACT and SAT: You start by comparing the two tests, looking at the content, scoring – and the use which is made of them. Mathematics: Both tests include a mathematics section. You’ll look at the kind of questions asked, and get some valuable practice in one or both of the tests. Reading and writing: Here you’ll be looking at different ways in which reading and writing skills are tested in SAT and ACT and start work on developing those skills. Reading: In this unit, you’ll be working on the kind of texts which are selected, and the kind of questions you’ll be asked. No matter how difficult the text, by developing the right skills, you can do well. Writing: You’ll look here at the different emphases of the two tests, but also work on eliminating the grammatical errors which cost you marks whichever test you take. The essay: For many students, this is the most challenging part... [-]

Certificate in Non-Profit Management

Winthrop University College of Business Administration
Campus Part time 8 months March 2018 USA Rock Hill

This program is designed for working professionals in non-profit management and covers topics that build skills in the management of people, system and finances. [+]

This program is designed for working professionals in non-profit management

This 50-hour fundamentals course covers topics that build skills in the management of people, systems, and finances.

The certificate program was developed to accomplish the following:

build knowledge and skills for the not-for-profit manager develop a broader knowledge of the legal environment of non-profit build upon leadership skills for working with volunteer boards learn best practices through benchmarking peer agencies create a mechanism for setting goals

Upon completion of the program, participants will receive a certificate of completion from the Institute of Management at Winthrop University.... [-]