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  • MAKE CHICAGO YOUR FUTURE

     INTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTER

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    3AMERICA’S 3RD LARGEST CITY

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    WELCOME TO ROOSEVELT, IN THE HEART OF CHICAGORoosevelt University’s mission is simple: to bring together diverse viewpoints and put knowledge to work for good. International students are a vital part of that mission.

    At Roosevelt’s International Study Center, students come together in Chicago to pursue academic study while improving their English. Our talented faculty and staff provide specialized support, helping international students’ achieve their academic goals while expanding their skills. The campus is located in the heart of downtown Chicago, within minutes of theaters, museums, parks, Lake Michigan, and restaurants. It's a metropolitan city, offering endless career and volunteer options to students.

    Read on to discover why students from all over the world call Roosevelt, and Chicago, their second home.

    10 Pre-Master's Program

    12 Degree Progression

    2 Chicago is Your Town

    4Roosevelt Means Success

    14Chicago Means Business

    16Explore the City

    18The Campus That Has It All

    20How to Apply

    6International Study Center

    8 International Year

    CONTENTS

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    CHICAGO IS YOUR TOWN

    BEAUTIFUL SPACESChicago takes pride in its greenery with over 500 parks across the city. The city motto even means “City in a Garden”. During your career at the International Study Center, you will live and study across the street from Millenium Park, with dramatic views overlooking the Chicago Harbor and Lake Michigan.

    GREAT FOODYou will fi nd some of the best food in the U.S. while living in Chicago. People visit from all over the world to try the famous Chicago deep-dish pizza. With 77 distinct neighborhoods across the city you will easily fi nd a wide selection of authentic ethnic restaurants, specialty grocery stores, and cultural food festivals.

    LIVELY ENTERTAINMENTChicago is a vibrant city where you will fi nd concerts, parades, shows and festivals to attend. During the summer there are lots of festivals held in Chicago’s many parks, and in venues across the city. Explore world-class museums, theater, sports, and cultural events. In this thriving lifestyle you will always fi nd something to do.

    GETTING AROUNDRoosevelt’s campus is located in the heart of Chicago, so you can quickly access your favorite destinations and attractions. In this walkable city you can easily get around on foot, or use the train and bus for quick transport. Chicago has the second largest public transportation system in the U.S., so you can get anywhere in just a few minutes. Roosevelt students can use the bus service for free, or use the local bike-share scheme, Divvy, at a reduced rate. Access 6,000 bikes across 580 stations in a city perfect for cyclists.

    "I love living in Chicago. The people are accepting and

    they embrace my culture and want to know more about me. I’m part of a diverse community with people from different countries and backgrounds. I love it."JEMIMA, INDONESIA

    MBA, INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION CONCENTRATION

    LIVE AND STUDY IN THE CENTER OF AMERICA’S THIRD LARGEST CITY.

    CHICAGO CITY HARBOUR

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    TOP 10 THINGS TO SEE AND DO· Visit Skydeck Chicago to view the city from 1,353 feet

    · Explore the depths of the ocean at the Shedd Aquarium

    · Catch a Chicago Cubs baseball game at historic Wrigley Field

    · Take in a show at the Chicago Theater,, open since 1921

    · Go to Chicago’s Chinatown, offering authentic food and shopping

    · Enjoy great shopping and dining at The Magnifi cent Mile

    · Ride the Ferris wheel at Navy Pier

    · Discover impressionist paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago

    · See stars and fl y through the universe at the Adler Planetarium

    · Experience Lincoln Park, home to Lincoln Park Zoo

    Roosevelt students love the local area and gave it an A+ in the 2015 niche.com report.

    No. 1 NAMED BEST RESTAURANT CITY BY CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER AND BON APPETIT FOR 2017

    No. 1 CITY TOENJOY LIFE TO THE FULLESTTHE SUN, 2016

    No. 11BEST PARK SYSTEMSTHE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND’S PARK SCORE INDEX, 2017

    FIND LIVE MUSIC IN THE CITY OR THROUGH ROOSEVELT'S CLUBS

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    #1 CITY FOR CORPORATE GROWTHSITE SELECTION MAGAZINE, 2017

    CHICAGO IS:

    #1 U.S. METRO FOR ECONOMIC DIVERSITYMOODY’S INVESTOR SERVICES, 2017

  • ROOSEVELT IS A LEADING UNIVERSITY, PROVIDING A MODERN AND PERSONALIZED EDUCATION IN A WORLD-CLASS CITY. BEGIN BUILDING YOUR FUTURE.

    11:1 student to faculty ratio allows you to receive individual attention.

    ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY FACTS

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    Located in Chicago, Illinois

    Founded in 1945

    4,000+ students

    73 nationalities represented on campus

    700 faculty and staff

    70 undergraduate majors and pre-professional programs

    46 master's, diploma and doctoral programs

    60+ student groups

    ROOTED IN HISTORYRoosevelt University is named in honor of Franklin D. Roosevelt – the 32nd president of the United States – and his wife Eleanor. Together, they were a driving force for human rights and equality. Since its founding in 1945, Roosevelt University has remained committed to social justice and the availability of a quality education.

    MODERN FACILITIESThe four buildings of the Roosevelt University Chicago Campus are located in Chicago’s downtown Loop, and provide everything you need. Find modern labs with state-of-the-art technology to support your research, and social spaces for relaxed study or meet-ups with friends.

    At the International Study Center you will live and study in the high-rise Wabash Building. Here, you will find comfortable living spaces, amenities, and your classrooms in an architecturally unique building that is Gold LEED-Certified for its sustainability and green-design.

    INDIVIDUAL ATTENTIONYou will receive a personalized education. at Roosevelt. Our low student-faculty ratio (11:1) means you will benefit from individual attention and the opportunity for one-on-one guidance. Class sizes are small to ensure you experience a focused learning environment, dedicated to your personal development.

    ACCESS SUCCESSChicago is home to 31 Fortune 500 companies and over 400 corporations have headquarters here. At Roosevelt, you will take the first steps towards your career in the heart of international business. While studying you may have the opportunity to intern with these leading companies to gain practical industry experience.

    "The best thing about studying at Roosevelt is that

    it's making me more confident. I think it's preparing me on how to be a good leader and the experience makes me a better person. I feel prepared.”STEPHANIE, BRAZIL

    PRE-MASTER'S PROGRAMMBA MARKETING CONCENTRATION

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    START YOUR JOURNEYIf you want to study at Roosevelt University but do not meet the academic and English language requirements to be admitted directly, the International Study Center is the best place to start.

    WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS:International Year- leading to continued studies

    in your chosen undergraduate degree program

    Pre-Master’s Program - leading to a graduate degree

    LEARN THE SKILLS YOU NEEDYou will receive a combination of English language preparation, academic courses, and study skills training that will fully prepare you for entering your chosen degree at Roosevelt University. Undergraduate students will earn up to 28 academic credits toward a bachelor's degree, and most graduate students will be able to apply one academic course toward a master's degree.

    PREPARE FOR YOUR FUTURETo help you fulfill your career ambitions, we have integrated career support into the programs at the International Study Center. This service, called CareerAhead, is designed to help you become a confident, skilled, and employable graduate, giving you a head start in today's competitive jobs market.

    SUPPORT FROM DAY ONETeachers and staff at the International Study Center will make you feel welcome from the first day you arrive on campus. We will help you adapt to living in America, and assist you in building confidence, so that you can become an active member of the Roosevelt community, succeed in your studies, make friends, and reach your goals.

    JOIN THE COMMUNITYEvery student has the choice to join the ISC Club, social activities and field trips designed to acquaint you with Chicago, American traditions, and your classmates. The Club also closely interacts with the University’s International Student Association.

    INTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTER

    Our international programs strengthen your English language skills and provide academic credits toward your degree (graduate options vary by program).

    THE INTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTER PROVIDES SPECIALIZED PATHWAY PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS WHO WANT TO PURSUE A BACHELOR’S OR MASTER’S DEGREE AT ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY.

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    INTERNATIONAL YEARIMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND STUDY SKILLS WITH THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR PATHWAY PROGRAM, PREPARING YOU FOR ENTRY TO THE SECOND YEAR OF AN UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE.

    SPECIAL PATHWAYSBusiness, Mathematics and Pre-Law PathwayThis International Year pathway delivers the freshman courses that international students require for a business degree, mathematics degree, or pre-law degree at Roosevelt University.

    Science PathwayThe International Year science degree pathway delivers the freshman courses that international students require for a science degree, including pre-medical options, at Roosevelt University.

    English for Academic Purposes (EAP)EAP courses focus on teaching the English language and academic study skills you need to succeed. Courses will also focus on critical thinking and developing your understanding of the American college life.

    YEAR 2SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 3SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 4SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 2SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 3SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 4SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    * Please contact your local representative for equivalency details.** Students who have completed a 12-week or longer Embassy English program and are at level B2 or higher are also qualifi ed for the 2-semester International Year.

    Year 2 matriculation requirements: International Year students must maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA (overall GPA and credit course GPA), pass an exit interview advising session, take an exit Password test (no minimum score), and maintain an aggregate attendance of 80% or more in all classes.

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS English: TOEFL 70IELTS 6.0 (no minimum bands)Password 6.0 (Knowledge), 5.5 (Writing)Embassy English B2**

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTSEnglish: TOEFL 60 IELTS 5.5 all bandsPassword 5.5 (Knowledge and Writing)

    INTERNATIONAL YEAR

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTSEnglish: Specifi c for each pathway. See above. Academic: 2.5 GPA*

    INTAKE: August, January, May

    GRADUATION

    INTAKE: August, January

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    YEAR 2SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

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    YEAR 4SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    UNIVERSITY DEGREE TIMELINE

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    2-SEMESTER 8 MONTHS

    DIRECT ADMISSION

    SEM 2 SEM 3SEM 13-SEMESTER 12 MONTHS

    STUDY PLAN OPTIONS

    Program length: 2-, or 3-semestersStart dates: August, January or May

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    SAMPLE INTERNATIONAL YEAR CURRICULUM†

    Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4

    2-Semester Program

    EAP Courses:College Life IListening & Speaking IIIGrammar IIIAcademic Courses:PSYC 203: Coping with Stress (3 cr)ENG 101: Composition I: Critical Reading & Writing (3 cr)BIOL 111: Human Biology (3 cr)Biology Lab (1 cr)

    EAP Courses:Reading & Writing IIIAcademic Courses:ART 101: Introduction to Visual Arts (3 cr)HIST 107: US History since 1865 (3 cr)ECON 101: Principles of Economics (3 cr)ENG 102: Composition II: Intro to Academic Research (3 cr) MATH 116: Finite Math (3 cr) orMATH 121: College Algebra (3 cr) orMATH: 231 Calculus I (3 cr)

    Full-time degree study Full-time degree study

    3-Semester Program

    EAP Courses:Reading & Writing IIListening & Speaking IIGrammar IIAcademic Courses:PHSC 101: Physical Geography (3 cr)MATH 116: Finite Math (3 cr) orMATH 121: College Algebra (3 cr) orMATH 231: Calculus I (3 cr)

    EAP Courses:College Life IListening & Speaking IIIGrammar IIIAcademic Courses:PSYC 203: Coping with Stress (3 cr)ENG 101: Composition I: Critical Reading & Writing (3 cr)BIOL 111: Human Biology (3 cr)Biology Lab (1 cr)

    EAP Courses:Critical Thinking I or II Reading & Writing IIIAcademic Courses:ART 101: Introduction to Visual Arts (3 cr)HIST 107: US History Since 1865 (3 cr)ECON 101: Principles of Economics (3 cr)ENG 102: Composition II: Intro to Academic Research (3 cr)

    Full-time degree study

    † These charts represent a sample combination of coursework. Courses and titles may change at any time. For scheduling reasons, students are advised that some Roosevelt classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels may be in the evening.

    You will earn up to 28 credits during the International Year program.

    DIRECT ADMISSION TO ROOSEVELT'S BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMSIf you have a higher level of English and do not require th e academic help offered by our International Year program, we can help you apply for Direct Admission.

    PROGRESSION GUIDE

    When do International Study Center classes start?

    How long is your program?

    When will you progress to your degree?

    August 2018 2-semester August 2019*

    3-semester August 2019

    January 2019 2-semester August 2019

    3-semester January 2020

    May 2019 2-semester January 2020

    3-semester August 2020*

    · Your International Study Center study plan is determined by your arrival English placement test, and can be longer or shorter than your original study plan in the offer letter.

    · You are required to complete your study plan consecutively, without semester breaks.

    · You will be eligible to take a summer break once you have completed your International Study Center program.

    * In some programs a May/June start may be available depending upon summer course offerings.

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    PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM

    PROGRAM STRUCTUREThe Pre-Master’s Program offers on-campus preparation for international students wanting to study Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Public Administration (MPA), Master of Science (MS), and Master of Arts (MA) at Roosevelt University.

    ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES (EAP)As an important component of the Pre-Master's Program, EAP courses focus on teaching the English language and academic study skills you need to succeed. The courses will also focus on critical thinking and developing your understanding of the American college life.

    THE PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM WILL PREPARE YOU FOR EARNING A GRADUATE DEGREE. THIS INCLUDES ADDITIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS AND THE ACADEMIC SUPPORT TO SUCCEED IN YOUR DEGREE AND YOUR FUTURE CAREER.

    Course length:1- or 2-semesters

    Start dates:August, January or May

    The Pre-Master’s Program is 15 weeks or 8 months long depending on your English level.

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    PRE-MASTER’S PROGRAM SAMPLE CURRICULUM†

    Semester 1 Semester 2

    † For scheduling reasons, students are advised that some Roosevelt classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels may be in the evening.

    The chart serves as a guide only.

    1-Semester Program

    EAP CoursesListening & Speaking IIIReading & Writing IIIGrammar IIIU.S. Culture IICritical Thinking IIAcademic Course Determined upon enrollment

    Full-time degree study

    2-Semester Program

    EAP CoursesListening & Speaking IIReading & Writing IIGrammar IIU.S. Culture ICritical Thinking I

    EAP CoursesListening & Speaking IIIReading & Writing IIIGrammar IIIU.S. Culture IICritical Thinking IIAcademic CourseDetermined by Semester 1 results

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    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS English: TOEFL 70 IELTS 6.0 (no minimum bands)Password 6.0 (Knowledge), 5.5 (Writing)

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTSEnglish:TOEFL 60 IELTS 5.5 all bandsPassword 5.5 (Knowledge and Writing)Embassy English level B2***

    YEAR 1SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 2**SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 2**SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    STUDY PLAN OPTIONS

    * Please contact your local representative for equivalency details.** Graduate degree programs generally range from 1-2 years. Varies by program and student. Depending on these factors, Year 2 may not be required for some students.*** Students who have completed a 12-week or longer Embassy English program and are at level B2 or higher are also qualifi ed for the 2-semester Pre-Master's Program.

    Graduate degree progression requirements: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; aggregate attendance of 80% or more in all classes; exit interview; exit assessment English exam score. Select graduate programs may have specifi c prerequisite requirements.

    UNIVERSITY DEGREE TIMELINE

    PRE-MASTER'S PROGRAM

    YEAR 2**SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    YEAR 1SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS English: Specifi c for each pathway. See above. Academic: 2.75 GPA*

    INTAKE: August, January, May

    SEM 11-SEMESTER 4 MONTHS PMP

    2-SEMESTER 8 MONTHS SEM 2SEM 1PMP

    PROGRESSION GUIDE

    When do International Study Center classes start?

    How long is your program?

    When will you progress to your degree?

    August 2018 1-semesters January 2019

    2-semesters August 2019^

    January 2019 1-semesters August 2019^

    2-semesters August 2019

    May 2019 1-semesters August 2019

    2-semesters January 2020

    · Your International Study Center study plan is determined by your arrival English placement test, and can be longer or shorter than your original study plan in the offer letter.

    · You are required to complete your study plan consecutively, without semester breaks. · You will be eligible to take a summer break once you have completed your International Study Center program.

    ^ IA May/June start date may be available for some programmes, depending upon summer course offerings.

    DIRECT ADMISSION TO ROOSEVELT'S MASTER'S PROGRAMSIf you have a higher level of English and do not require academic help offered by our Pre-Master’s Program, we can help you apply for direct admission to one of the Master's degree programs listed on the left page.

    DIRECT ADMISSION

    INTAKE: August, January

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    UNDERGRADUATEBusiness ·Accounting ·Finance ·Hospitality and Tourism Management ·Human Resource Management ·Management ·Marketing ·Social Entrepreneurship

    Arts and Sciences ·Actuarial Science ·African American Studies ·Biochemistry ·Biology ·Chemistry ·Computer Science ·Criminal Justice ·Data Analytics ·Economics ·English ·History ·Information Technology

    ·Integrated Marketing Communications ·International Studies ·Journalism ·Mathematics ·Media Studies ·Paralegal Studies ·Philosophy ·Political Science ·Psychology ·Social Justice Studies ·Sociology ·Sustainability Studies

    Education ·Early Childhood Education ·Educational Studies

    Pre-Professional Programs ·Pre-Dentistry ·Pre-Medicine ·Pre-Pharmacy ·Pre-Veterinary Medicine

    ONCE YOU COMPLETE YOUR PROGRAM, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO PROGRESS TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE DEGREES.

    DEGREE PROGRESSION

    "I think the International Study Center prepared me well.

    Teachers are very patient when teaching. If you have a problem, you can go to the office or send an e-mail to the teacher and they will help you."PEIQI, CHINA

    INTERNATIONAL YEARBS, COMPUTER SCIENCE

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    GRADUATE DEGREES Master of Science (MS) ·Accounting ·Accounting Forensics ·Biology ·Biotechnology and Chemical Science ·Computer Science ·Early Childhood Education ·Economics ·Hospitality and Tourism Management ·Human Resource Management ·Integrated Marketing Communications ·Mathematics

    Master of Business Administration (MBA) ·Accounting ·Accounting Forensics ·Economics ·Finance ·Hospitality Management ·Human Resource Management ·Industrial/Organizational Psychology

    ·Information Systems ·Integrated Marketing Communication ·International Business ·Management ·Managing Nonprofit Organizations ·Marketing ·Public Administration/Health Service ·Administration ·Real Estate ·Social Entrepreneurship ·Training and Development

    Master of Public Administration (MPA) ·Health Services Management ·Government Management ·Non-profit Management

    Master of Arts (MA) ·Biomedical Sciences ·Sociology

    VISIT ISC.ROOSEVELT.EDU FOR UP-TO-DATE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS, DEGREE OPTIONS AND MORE

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    CHICAGO'S BUSINESS DISTRICT

    CHICAGO MEANS BUSINESSROOSEVELT ATTRACTS STUDENTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD WHO WANT TO STUDY IN A DIVERSE CITY. YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM THE UNIVERSITY’S OFFICE OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT, STRONG TIES WITH LEADING BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS, AND INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE GLOBAL CITY OF CHICAGO.

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    INTERNATIONAL CAPITALChicago is easily accessible, making it the ideal location for meetings and conventions. Infl uential leaders from politics, business, and entertainment live and visit Chicago because of its importance in the world.

    GLOBAL COMPANIES ON YOUR DOORSTEPFortune 500 companies and major corporations have headquarters in the greater Chicago area, including: · Abbott Laboratories· Aon· The Boeing Company· Exelon· McDonald’s· United Airlines. Chicago also has a solid reputation for groundbreaking research and development (R&D) facilities, with 250 corporate R&D facilities within the city.

    "Roosevelt has networking events that are good for career

    opportunities. I’ve had a chance to speak to different organizations and fi rms regarding internships and job opportunities after graduating."VIJAY, UGANDA

    MBA MARKETING

    INTERN WITH TOP FIRMSInternships are an effective way to gain industry work experience, put classroom theory into practice, and establish career relationships. Recent internships have been with companies such as: · City of Chicago· Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago· Hilton Hotels and Resorts· JP Morgan· Morgan Stanley· PricewaterhouseCoopers.

    SUPPORT FOR YOUR CAREER Roosevelt’s Offi ce of Career Development provides ongoing guidance to ensure you stand out in the graduate job market. Services include:

    · Career advice to help you explore your options

    · Networking events to meet employers

    · Résumé and cover letter writing skills workshops

    · Interview practice and techniques to build your confi dence

    · Mentoring and advice from alumni

    · Career and internship fairs to connect with employers

    Chicago’s downtown area, Greater Chicago, has become the second largest commercial district in the U.S., after New York.

    Density and proximity of people, businesses, and services make the Loop an effi cient and effective central business district.

    The Loop has 27.5% of Chicago’s jobs and 45% of Chicago’s offi ce space.

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    DIVERSE CHICAGOThe city of Chicago is made of up 77 diverse and unique community areas. Experience the fusion of nationalities, cultures and ethnicities by exploring the communities and neighborhoods that make life in Chicago exciting and unique.

    THE LOOPRoosevelt University is located in the heart of the Loop, one of the most important business districts in the world. In the Loop you will fi nd major global corporations, as well as the impressive architecture and the award-winning restaurants that make Chicago famous. Visit the iconic “Bean” landmark sculpture, or Willis Tower, the second-tallest building in the USA and one of Chicago’s most popular destinations.

    LINCOLN PARK Lincoln Park is located to the north of Roosevelt University and is easily accessible using public transit. Lincoln Park is a great area to fi nd upscale retailers, or enjoy a day out at a farmer’s market, at the Lincoln Park Zoo or the Chicago History Museum.

    WICKER PARK & BUCKTOWN Just west of Lincoln Park are Wicker Park and Bucktown, famous for its creativity and vibrant lifestyle. With countless art galleries, coffee shops, boutique shopping and music venues, you will never be far from something exciting to experience. Many of the city's leading restaurants are located here. Visit the Bloomingdale Trail, an elevated linear along a former railway, for an outdoor walk through Bucktown.

    EXPLORE THE CITY

    IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE WINDY CITY AND EXPERIENCE THE AMERICAN MELTING POT.

    THE CONSERVATORY IN LINCOLN PARK

    EXPLORE THE VIBRANT AND CREATIVE WICKER PARK

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    UKRAINIAN VILLAGE Located directly south of Wicker Park, Ukrainian Village ranks fi rst in the nation as “Hottest Neighborhoods of 2016” by Redfi n. An affordable area with interesting dining and proximity to downtown Chicago, you will fi nd a relaxed atmosphere with lots of character.

    WRIGLEYVILLEAt the heart of the Lakeview community area is Wrigleyville, the neighborhood home to Wrigley Field. Delve into the great American past time in the second-oldest baseball park in the major leagues.

    CHINATOWN Chicago’s Chinatown is one of the largest neighborhoods of its kind. It is one of Chicago’s most exciting neighborhoods where you can fi nd energetic culture, authentic food, breathtaking architecture, shops and art. Visit the Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute for a closer look at the cultural exchange between the U.S. and China. Make sure you head down for the annual Lunar New Year Parade to celebrate the vibrant community.

    CATCH THE CUBS AT WRIGLEY FIELD

    SAMPLE INTERESTING DINING OPTIONS IN UKRANIAN VILLAGE

    HEAD TO CHINATOWN FOR THE ENERGETIC CULTURE

    MAGNIFICENT MILE

    MILLENIUM PARK

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    NAVY PIER

    WILLIS TOWER

    AIRPORT

    BUCKINGHAM FOUNTAIN

    THE ART INSTITUTE

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    SHEDD AQUARIUM

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    SET ALONG THE SHORE OF LAKE MICHIGAN IN THE HEART OF CHICAGO, THE FOUR BUILDINGS OF THE ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY CHICAGO CAMPUS HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO LIVE AND LEARN IN ONE PLACE.

    THE CAMPUS THAT HAS IT ALL

    STUDY IN COMFORT WITH GREAT VIEWS OVER LAKE MICHIGAN, IN OUR RESIDENCE ON THE TOP FLOOR

    JOIN ONE OF ROOSEVELT'S SPORTS CLUBS

    LIVE AND LEARN IN OUR VERTICAL CAMPUS

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    A HIGH-RISE COMMUNITYThe Wabash Building is the centerpiece of Roosevelt's campus, making it the perfect place to live, study, and relax. The building offers 32 fl oors of classrooms, labs, social spaces, cafeterias, fi tness facilities, student residences, and much more.

    · Dine on fl oor 2: dining center and cafeteria, coffee shop, and market.

    · Join in on fl oor 3: student services, career development, and TV lounge.

    · Keep fi t on fl oor 5: state-of-the-art Barry Crown Fitness Center.

    · Learn on fl oors 6-13: learning, research and teaching classrooms, and labs.

    · Socialize on fl oors 14-15: community kitchen, laundry, media and recreation rooms.

    · Live on fl oors 15-31: modern student residences with magnifi cent views of Lake Michigan.

    ENJOY SPORTSAthletic competitions, intramural sport, and recreation events are held in the Lillian and Larry Goodman Center. This modern facility features a multi-purpose gymnasium with seating for 500 people, a varsity athletics strength and conditioning center, and an athletics training room.

    JOIN INYou can get involved with more than 60 organizations and clubs in the Wabash Building. This is a great way to make new friends, network, and improve your leadership skills. You can choose to join the dance group, student newspaper, Asian Student Alliance, Roosevelt International Student Association, and many more.

    STUDENT HOUSINGRoosevelt University provides modern student housing in two high quality residence halls, each within easy walking distance of your classes and university facilities.

    UNIVERSITY CENTERLocated across the street from the Wabash Building, University Center offers spacious rooms and great amenities, including a rooftop garden.

    MEAL PLANSAs a resident at the Wabash Building or University Center, you will benefi t from a standard meal plan, with upgrade options available on request.

    "Students have their entire experience under one roof.

    Because of the urban nature of the campus, everything is very close together. It is also very safe and secure."RANDY HARDWICK

    DIRECTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTER

    EAT WITH FRIENDS IN OUR DINING CENTER ON FLOOR TWO

    BECOME PART OF THE ROOSEVELT ORCHESTRA

    FUN ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE IN OUR RESIDENCE GAMESROOM

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    If you would like to apply to study at Roosevelt University International Study Center, you will need to complete an application form and submit the relevant documentation. Our student enrollment advisers are always happy to answer your questions and help with your application. Our advisers speak a variety of languages, and understand several more. We will do our best to contact you in your preferred language.

    APPLY ONLINEisc.roosevelt.edu

    APPLY BY [email protected]

    APPLY BY POSTRoosevelt University International Study Center 430 S. Michigan Ave., M-111Chicago, IL 60605

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    ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITYINTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTER

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    Disclaimer

    This brochure is issued for the general guidance of students considering entry to Roosevelt University International Study Center from 2018. The information is correct at the time of going to press and the programs and services described herein are those which Study Group is planning to offer. However, Study Group reserves the right to amend, add or remove any program and/or services set out in this brochure and/or the timetable, delivery, content syllabus and assessment of such programs. Roosevelt University (where applicable) also reserves the right to amend the regulations governing those programs without prior notice. Study Group therefore strongly recommends that immediately prior to making any application to Study Group or accepting any offer from Study Group students should refer to the most up-to-date version of the program descriptions and specifi cations and the regulations on the Roosevelt University International Study Center website. Study Group also reserves the right to make variations to the contents and methods of delivery of the programs and services, to discontinue programs and services and/or to combine and merge programs, if such action is reasonably considered to be necessary by Study Group. Applicants to Study Group programs will be notifi ed as soon as practicable of any material changes likely to have a bearing on their application, such as cancellation of, or major modifi cation to programs offered, changes to accommodation provision or fees and charges to be levied where applicable.

    Neither Roosevelt University nor Study Group shall be liable for any errors or omissions that may be contained.

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    Roosevelt University International Study Center is part of Study Group, a global leader in preparing students for international academic success and rewarding careers through a life-changing learning experience. We offer customized programs across higher and language education starting from high school to life-long learning. Study Group taught more than 70,000 students from 163 countries across the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in 2016.

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