Founded in 1985, ASA has grown from a one-classroom institution to a three-campus college located in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Miami campuses. It offers degrees in subjects revolving around the areas of Business Administration, Health Disciplines, Legal Studies, and Computer Technology. ASA also offers more than 30 courses online, giving the opportunity for international students to remain in their home country while studying in an American College.

Founded in 1967, Moraine Valley Community College has a tradition of providing quality education at an affordable cost. Its education is focused on a learning-centered environment, while maintaining sensitivity to its role in a multicultural and global community. Courses offered include Baking and Pastry, Early Childhood Education, Sports and Recreation Management, and Sleep Technology. Students can later progress into any university offering 4-year programs and complete degrees in Sciences, Arts, or General Studies.

Concordia University Chicago welcomes to its campus liberal arts education-seeking students from all over the world. Classes are individualized due to the small number of students per classroom, and degrees offered include Journalism, Art Therapy, and Animation. At Concordia University Chicago, expect to be given help and advice and be accepted as part of the community.

Queen Mary University of London is a member of the Russell Group of leading UK universities. It is recognized for its academic and research excellence across an array of science and humanities subjects where it ranks in the global top 50 in English, History, Drama, and Law. In fact, it is ranked 9th in the UK’s research excellence framework. Based in a creative and culturally diverse area in London, QMUL has one of the largest campuses in the area. Its location near central London and its Russell Group status provide its graduates with an advantage in the job market.