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International Business College - Fort Wayne


With programs designed for students looking for job-specific skills, International Business College - Fort Wayne provides a hands-on education in several growing career areas. The college is one of a network of career institutions owned by Bradford Schools. There is also an International Business College - Indianapolis with the same affiliation with Bradford Schools.

Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) is the organization that has accredited International Business College - Fort Wayne.

Points of Distinction

  • Financial aid available for students who qualify
  • College-sponsored residences
  • Hands-on learning from experienced instructors

Areas of Study

Based on the college's name, it's not surprising that the school offers programs in business. But additionally, International Business College - Fort Wayne provides training in technology and health care. Some diploma programs can be finished in eight months. In addition to diplomas, the school awards associate's and bachelor's degrees.

International Business College - Fort Wayne Admissions and Financial Aid

The college operates on an open admission policy. However, there are certain minimum requirements, such as a high school diploma or GED, that must be met to get into the school.

As with all colleges, students must arrange to meet tuition payments. However, qualified students may be able to receive funds from a variety of government and private sources. International Business College - Fort Wayne employs staff to help reduce the stress involved in creating a tuition plan.


Teachers at the college possess a combination of practical experience and theoretical knowledge, along with the ability to transfer their know-how to the classroom and laboratory.

Student Body

About 600 students were enrolled in the Fall of 2005. About one in four students were men. Roughly one in ten students were either Hispanic or African-American.

Student Life

The college provides housing arrangements in apartments near the campus. This is relatively uncommon for career oriented schools that usually cater to commuting students only.

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Computer Programming/Programmer, General
Data Processing And Data Processing Technology/Technician
Computer Systems Networking And Telecommunications
Graphic Design
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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