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Founded in 1964, Schiller International University, is an independent American university with campuses in the United States, UK, France, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland. Schiller has long been known as "the" international university.
We take great pride in having over 20,000 alumni from over 100 countries. Schiller International University is indeed, very international.
Schiller International University offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a completely flexible and affordable online format. Accessible from your own home via the Internet, these programs are designed for students who work full-time, manage a family, or are otherwise unable to attend one of our campuses on a regular basis. However, our online programs can easily be combined with campus studies. For example, you may commence your program online and then transfer to one of our campuses for a semester, or even longer. You may also begin your studies on campus and then decide to transfer to the online program.
All courses are taught by highly qualified professors who combine extensive industry experience with dedicated training in the methodology of distance learning. As with the face-to-face classroom environment, traditional coursework is required; textbook requirements and grading remain the same. Each course requires considerable interaction with online instructors and classmates, and Schiller online students have full access to the same support services that are offered to our resident students. Since classes run 24/7, the Schiller Online offers the ultimate flexible schedule-students can work at their present jobs and maintain family responsibilities while earning their degrees. They can tailor their course loads to fit into their schedules, either starting with just one course for their first semester or diving right in with three or four.
Schiller International University is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (750 First Street NE, Suite 980, Washington, DC 20002-4241; 202-336-6780).
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