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International Business College - Indianapolis

Overview

International Business College - Indianapolis is an accredited college located in the Indiana's capital city. Career education is its primary focus and its students attend the school to receive preparation for a particular type of job such as administrative assistant or medical assistant, among many.

Bradford Schools is the company that owns International Business College - Indianapolis. The company runs several other career education schools throughout the United States, including International Business College - Fort Wayne.

Points of Distinction

  • Career-oriented training for marketable employment skills
  • School organized residence facilities
  • Accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education

Areas of Study

Students at the college can earn either a diploma or an associate's degree, depending on the specific program pursued. Areas of study include business, legal, computers/technology, and health.

International Business College - Indianapolis Admissions and Financial Aid

The school's open admission system is set up to include as many qualified candidates as it can accommodate. However, applicants must have completed high school, possess a GED or other acceptable equivalency.

Assuming the academic qualifications are met, student must be able to pay for attending the school. Students who are qualified may be eligible to receive grants, loans and other kinds of assistance. A majority of students received financial aid, according to a government survey of 2005 enrollees.

Faculty

Faculty members have professional experience in addition to the academic qualifications to teach the theoretical and practical elements of the curriculum.

Student Body

The college enrolls a fairly small number of students, on the order of a few hundred, which many prospective students may find advantageous. Women form the majority, making up about 70% of the student population based on 2005 enrollment data.

Student Life

Residential facilities arranged by the school is one of the school's notable features. Student life outside the classroom primarily revolves around the entertainment and cultural activities that Indianapolis has to offer.

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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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