The American InterContinental University (AIU), founded in 1970, is a multi-campus institution with branches in Atlanta Georgia, Los Angeles, California, South Florida; Houston, Texas and London, England. The AIU aim to provide up-to-date industry knowledge and practical skills through it’s high quality online programs. The American InterContinental University offers online degrees in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Education, Healthcare Management, Information Technology, Marketing, and Visual Communication. It is a member of the US Distance Learning Association.

Applying for a slot in one of AIU’s programs is fairly easy to do. Students who are interested in completing an online course from the American InterContinental University need to complete and submit the admissions application form, pay the application fee of $50.00, submit an attestation of high-school graduation (or equivalent), and attend an admissions interview. Those who are not native English speakers will have to provide proof of English proficiency (TOEFL results) prior to admission.

Tuition fees for online courses vary depending on the program undertaken, and Financial Aid advisors are on hand to assist students in finding financial assistance, if necessary. The AIU’s online Financial Aid Estimator can provide an estimate of a programs total cost and determine how much additional funding would be necessary. Sources of educational funding include Institutional Grants and Scholarships, Federal Financial Aid, State Aid Programs and Private Loans. University grants and scholarships are also available and these are awarded to students who have met the specified conditions of eligibility.

Further details on course requirements, tuition fees and the procedures involved in securing financial aid can be viewed on the AIU website.

For more information on admissions, college majors, degrees offered, online programs, athletics, school rankings, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact American InterContinental University (AIU).