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Tuition

Tuition for Bachelor of Science in Business Management

Scheduled to take effect in the fall quarter, 2012, tuition for the full time student is $1,800 or $150 per unit per quarter. A full time student must take a minimum of 12 units per quarter but may choose to take 16 units per quarter at no additional charge. Tuition for part time students who take less than 12 units is $600 per course or $150 per unit. A student is allowed to take a maximum of five courses or 20 units per quarter. Tuition for a student taking five courses or 20 units per quarter is $2,250.

Tuition for Master of Science in International Business

Scheduled to take effect in the fall quarter, 2012, tuition for the full time student is $1,800 or $200 per unit per quarter. A full time student must take a minimum of 9 units per quarter but may choose to take 12 units per quarter at no additional charge. Tuition for part time students who take less than 9 units is $600 per course or $200 per unit. A student is allowed to take a maximum of five courses or 15 units per quarter. Tuition for a student taking five courses or 15 units per quarter is $2,250.

Students applying for Scholarship or Guided Study Scholarship must meet the following qualifications for considerations.

Scholarship and Guided Study Scholarship Requirements

California International University awards a limited number of tuition-waver scholarships based on academic achievement. Initial scholarship is awarded only to newly incoming students; initial guided study scholarship is  awarded to students who have completed at least one quarter at C.I.U. Applications to initiate should be made at the Admissions Office.
The Scholarship Committee will make all decisions regarding final scholarship offers. 

Scholarships

A. Newly Applying Students

Scholarships
1

Be enrolled full time.

2

Reside legally in the United States.

3

Provide TOEFL score of 600 (iBT 100) for graduate students or 560 (iBT 84) for undergraduate students.

4

The student must be pursuing his/her first Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the U.S.

5

The student is obligated to enroll for a minimum of three consecutive academic quarters.

6

The student must not have had an optional practical training in the U.S.

7

Pay tuition deposit of $900.00

8

Students with pending change of status may not apply.

B. Continuing Scholarship Students

Scholarships
1

Must maintain an overall GPA of 3.75.

2

Graduate students must not receive a grade lower than a B- and undergraduates must not receive a grade lower than a C.

3

Once a scholarship is awarded student has to follow the rules in the above Category A from 1 through 2 in order to continue scholarship.

Guided Study Scholarship

A. Newly Applying Students

Guided Study Scholarship
1

Be enrolled full time.

2

Reside legally in the United States.

3

Must have an overall GPA of 3.75 and perfect attendance.

4

 Provide TOEFL score of 550 (iBT 79) for graduate students or 500 (iBT 61) for undergraduate students.

5

The student must be pursuing his/her first Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the U.S.

6

Submit a 400 words essay.

7

Provide two letters of recommendations; one from a C.I.U. professor, another one from outside.

8

Pay tuition deposit of $900.00

9

Pass an interview with the Scholarship Committee.

B. Continuing Scholarship Students

Guided Study Scholarship
1

Submit a letter of satisfaction from the supervising professor.

2

Give a brief presentation of the project to the Scholarship Committee.

3

Once a Guided Study Scholarship is awarded student has to follow the rules in the above Category A from 1 through 3 in order to continue Scholarship.

Other Services

  • Counseling
    The Provost and the President can counsel students about academic planning and provide orientation to new students. Visa counseling and I-20 applications are available in the Admissions Office. Counseling hours are: 9:00 a.m. ~ 7:00 P.m. Monday through Friday by appointment.
  • On-Campus Employment
    Full time students have a limited number of on-campus employment opportunities available to them on the basis of financial need.
  • Student Lounge and Recreational Facilities
    A spacious and well-equipped student lounge is available for social activities
  • University Library
    California International University provides a ten-thousand volume library. The library’s periodical section contains a diverse variety of international newspapers and magazines. In addition, open tables allow students additional areas for individual studying and study groups. Library hours are Monday through Friday 12:3- a.m. ~ 6:30 p.m.
  • Computer Center
    The University’s computer center is available Monday through Friday from 12:30 a.m. until 6:30 pm. For student use. The lab features personal computers and printers available for instruction as well as personal use. The personal computers are equipped with broadband internet connections, allowing students to access email and the World Wide Web for research.
  • Practical Training in Employment and Job Placement
    United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides international students with the opportunity to seek employment in their field of study. Additional information is available in the Admissions Office. The University does not provide a job placement service.
  • Hours of Administrative Services and Instruction
    Administrative officers are open Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The hours of instruction vary according to program, but generally take place during the period from 1:00 p.m. weekdays. Please consult the Academic Calendar for a schedule of observed holidays.
  • Study Groups
    Student groups may convene in the library during posted library hours for study or group projects required for their courses. Students may also use vacant classrooms prior to class time for group work. A portion of class time is also allotted for group planning and management where course syllabi specify group project requirements.