Wood Tobé-Coburn School provides career-oriented training in midtown Manhattan, in the heart of New York City. The school's mission is to provide its students with marketable job skills that they can use to launch their careers.
Wood Tobé-Coburn School is one of a group of post-secondary career institutions owned by Bradford Schools.
Points of Distinction
Areas of Study
Wood Tobé-Coburn School offers coursework in business, fashion, health care and technology. Programs lead to a diploma or an associate's degree credential. Some programs can be completed in as little as ten months.
Wood Tobé-Coburn School Admissions and Financial Aid
Wood Tobé-Coburn School requires a high school diploma or equivalent from its applicants. In a recent survey, more than 80% of the applicants met the school's requirements and were offered admission. This percentage may fluctuate from year-to-year.
Qualified applicants are eligible for student aid from federal, state and local government sources and private sources.
Instructors at the school bring a blend of practical, real-world experience along with their relevant educational background into the classroom.
The school is relatively small with approximately 250-300 students. Some prospective students may find this a plus. A recent survey shows that women outnumber men by a 3-1 margin. About half of the enrollees are Hispanic and one in four are African-American.
Few cities in the world can compete with the excitement of New York and the school's midtown Manhattan location puts the school in the middle of the action. The Wood Tobé-Coburn School is conveniently located near Grand Central Station, providing easy access from many New York boroughs and suburbs as well as from within Manhattan. The New York Public Library - Humanities and Social Sciences Library, an outstanding research library, is located about a block from the campus.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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