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first-class Location
Best of both worlds location a large, picturesque campus in one of Long Islands most elite suburbs, yet in close proximity to New York City

Located in Brookville, LIU Posts wooded suburban campus is only 20 milesjust 50 minutes by caraway from the excitement of New York City. Wall Street, Broadway, Little Italy, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Tribeca, Fifth Avenue, Times Square and some of the top museums and galleries are all waiting for you to explore. A free van service takes you from campus to the nearest train station, from where it is a 50 minute journey to New York Citys Penn Station. LIU Posts campus is on the north shore of Long Island, in the idyllic neighborhood known as the Gold Coast, an historic suburban community that has been the subject of popular novels and major motion pictures. This charming area has many beautiful homes and scenic gardens. The campus itself is an historic landmark featuring three glorious mansions. The universitys ideal location gives you quick and easy access to Long Islands world-class beaches, trendy clubs, theater, museums, amusement parks, sports arenas, concert venues, ice skating, vineyards, great restaurants and shopping. The campus is only 10 minutes by car from the Long Island Expressway - your thoroughfare to all that Long Island and New York City have to offer.

Facts and figures

Location: Brookville, New York Nearest city: New York City, 50 minutes by car or train Institution type: Private university Student population: 7,900 (760 international students from more than 40 countries) Student/faculty ratio: 13:1 Campus setting: Suburban Year founded: 1954 Campus size: 1.24 km2

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Small class sizes Over 80 undergraduate majors and over 70 graduate degree programs

LIU Post provides individualized attention to each student with both the small class sizes and the ability to customize the wide selection of study programs to help meet their unique goals. The average student to teacher ratio is 13:1. International students are offered special programs that give them access to, and smooth their transition into, the American University environment: ESL Transition Program Undergraduate Transition Program and Graduate Transition Program available Usually 1 or 2 semesters duration, depending on English language level Curriculum includes language acquisition (listening, speaking, writing, grammar, reading), academic preparation (library mentoring program, tutoring services, labs, test taking skill, note taking) and cultural adaptation Opportunity to co-enroll in academic credit courses while improving English proficiency No official TOEFL or IELTS score needed for Undergraduate Transition applicants International students on the Undergraduate Transition program are issued a 5-year i-20 immigration document ESL only fast-track option in the summer semester Pre-MBA Bridge Program The Pre-M.B.A. or Bridge Program is a nondegree program that allows students to earn the additional 30 credits needed to equate their three-year bachelors degree to that of a four-year US bachelors degree. This program offers the equivalent of the fourth year of undergraduate coursework necessary to start the MBA Masters curriculum. The GMAT is recommended but not required. Students can be considered for admission without the GMAT and can prepare for the exam while on campus. Completion of the Bridge Program does not guarantee students acceptance into the MBA Program. Students must formally apply for admission into the MBA program after beginning the second semester of the Bridge Program, and must submit an acceptable GMAT score before they can be accepted to the MBA program.

Undergraduate majors: Over 80 Graduate programs: Over 70 Accelerated/dual degrees combining a bachelors and masters: Over 60 Student to faculty ratio: 13:1

Academic excellencE
Consistently ranked by US News and World Report Top 5% of business schools worldwide

The Princeton Review and US News and World Report both rank the LIU Post College of Management as one of the top schools to study business. In the top 5% of business schools worldwidethe LIU Post business school is AACSB accredited, a prestigious accreditation that less than 5% of the worlds business schools hold. LIU Post is consistently ranked by US News and World Report. In 2012, LIU Post was named one of the best regional universities in the USA. Accreditation LIU Post is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. In addition, all of the academic programs are accredited by the most prestigious organizations in their fields, including AACSB International accreditation for the business program. Only five percent of the worlds business schools earn this accreditation. The Princeton Review ranks LIU Post in its Top 300 business schools, and graduates of our Palmer School of Library and Information Science are among the highest paid librarians in the United States, according to Library Journal. liu.edu/post/accreditations

Facts and figures

Degrees awarded (09-10): 2 Associate, 873 Bachelors, 979 Masters, 26 Doctoral Full-time faculty: 304 Faculty with highest degree in field: 90% Intakes: July (ESL only), September and January every year. MA Theater Arts and MA Interactive Multimedia Arts degrees start in September only.

5 colleges round out the variety of programs offered at LIU Post:

College of Education, Information and Technology Programs in: curriculum and instruction; computer science; management engineering; counseling and development; educational leadership and administration; health and physical education; special education and literacy; communication sciences and disorders. College of Health Professions and Nursing Programs in: biomedical science; nursing; health sciences; health information management; medical imaging; nutrition; social work. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Programs in: American studies; biology; chemistry; criminal justice; earth and environmental science; economics; English; modern languages; history; interdisciplinary and general studies; mathematics; philosophy; physics; political science and international studies; psychology; sociology and anthropology; pre-law; pre-medical sciences. College of Management Programs in: finance; health care and public administration; management and business administration; marketing and international business; professional accountancy. School of Visual and Performing Arts Programs in: art and photography; art therapy; media arts; theatre, film and dance; arts management; music; web and game design.

For more information on the programs and majors offered at LIU Post, please visit us online at: universitiesintheusa.com/liu

Best performing arts center outside of New York City, hosting countless famous performers

The 2,200 seat Tilles Center for the Performing Arts provides LIU Post students and the public with an internationally recognized performance venue, featuring some of the most important classical and popular artists of our time. There are 3 additional theaters that host an array of performances throughout the year. Hailed by The New York Times for its impressive collections, the Hillwood Art Museum serves as an integral part of the cultural resources at LIU Post. There are 2 galleries that showcase other art on campus. LIU Post also has active studio facilities for TV, radio, dance, film, photography, and fine arts.

The Life Science/Pell Hall Building provides ample laboratory and lecture facilities, such as SMART-room technology classrooms and a well-equipped modern forensic science laboratory to enhance the hands-on student experience. LIU Post also offers an equestrian center located just a few minutes from the campus center.

I believe that the United States is the place where people can fulfill their ambitions and dreams. At LIU Post, I am pursuing a bachelors degree in public relations so I can help people in positive ways. I joined the CHATS program and I have made so many wonderful friends. LIU Post is more than I ever expected!

Rika Tatsukawa, Japan BFA in Public Relations

Successful progression
82% of graduates are in relevant employment within 6 months

Students at LIU Post are fully prepared to meet the workforce upon graduation. 82% of graduates are in relevant employment within 6 months. Career services available to students include: cooperative education, on-campus recruitment events, internships, resume critiques, networking events, counseling services, job interviewing workshops, career fairs, online job search assistance.

Companies that frequently hire graduates include KPMG, NYC Department of Education, NYU Medical Center, JetBlue Airways, Deloitte & Touche, Ernst & Young, Fidelity, Jet Blue, KPMG, Latino Sports Marketing, Madison Square Garden, National Park Service, New York Presbyterian Hospital, North Shore LIJ Health Systems, US Customs.

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International student admissions

English Entry Requirements Undergraduate programs Direct entry: Minimum official score of TOEFL iBT 71/IELTS 6.0/ Pearson PTE 50 Conditional admission through ESL Transition program: Minimum equivalent of TOEFL iBT 38/IELTS 4.0 (no official score required) Graduate programs Direct entry to most programs: TOEFL iBT 79/IELTS 6.5/Pearson PTE 58 Direct entry to MBA*, Pre-MBA**, MS Accounting*, MS Taxation*, Master of Public Administration*, MPA Healthcare Administration*, MS Clinical Laboratory Management/ Science, and all Nursing programs: TOEFL iBT 85/IELTS 7.0 Conditional admission through ESL Transition program: Minimum official score of TOEFL iBT 56/IELTS 5.5 Graduate students with a lower English level can complete an 8-12 week English course at an Embassy language school in the USA before acceptance to the on-campus ESL Transition Program, with no official TOEFL/IELTS score required. Academic entry requirements Undergraduate: GPA 2.5-3.0 Graduate: GPA 3.0 for most graduate programs; 2.8 for MPA and MPA Healthcare Administration; 2.75 for MBA and MS Nutrition; 2.5 for MS Management Engineering, and all masters programs in Education, Counseling, and Speech-Language Pathology Graduate admission tests/documentation: GMAT 400-450 for MBA, MS Accounting, MS Taxation; GMAT recommended, but not required for entry to Pre-MBA. GRE for MA Psychology, MA Speech-Language Pathology, MS Library and Information Science (may be required for MA Political Science); GRE required only if GPA below 3.0 for MA Music, MA Music Education, MS Mental Health Counseling and MS School Counselor. Electronic portfolio/video audition for School of Visual and Performing Arts. Writing sample for MA Clinical Art Therapy and MA English.
*From January 2013 entry onwards; standard requirement applies for August 2012 entry **From January 2013 entry onwards; undergraduate requirement applies for August 2012 entry

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