PRLog - May 14, 2012 - SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The International University of North America (IUNA) just launched its Academic Achievement Scholarships program, which offers international working professionals 40 to 100 percent reductions on their distance MBA tuition fees. Available at http://www.IUNA.com, IUNA's Academic Achievement Scholarships arrived in time for the university's 2012 Summer Term 2 beginning June 25th, but students will also be able to apply for scholarships for IUNA's Fall Term of distance learning MBA and MS programs; registration for Summer Term 2 is currently open, with classes starting June 25.
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"IUNA's Academic Achievement Scholarships are designed to increase the accessibility of our distance learning MBA courses for working professionals. We're always striving to improve our educational offerings, from our state-of-the-
The Academic Achievement MBA Scholarships program requires a simple four-step application process. First, students need to select a program of study from IUNA's roster of distance learning masters specializations, including both MBA and MS degree courses; applying students have a wide range of fields to choose from, including distance learning MBA programs in Information Systems, Healthcare Management, and Entrepreneurship as well as MS programs in International Business, Healthcare & Hospital Administration, and Educational Leadership. After selecting a specialization, applicants should consult IUNA's Admission Checklist to make sure they have the required two years of employment, bachelor's degree (or comparable certification)
After browsing the Admissions Checklist, students interested in the distance learning MBA scholarships can take an easy, 15-minute aptitude test to qualify for enrollment. The multiple choice test is available at http://scholarships.IUNA.com, and students can see their score cards immediately after submitting their answers. Following the aptitude tests, applicants can fill out the online application and submit the required supporting documents, including a resume, statement of purpose, proof of employment, and a bachelor's transcript or marks memorandum.
IUNA additionally work to increase the accessibility of its distance learning MBA courses by hosting free webinars explaining the admissions requirements for American universities. The webinars are not designed to promote IUNA, but rather to enable international working professionals to make informed decisions about pursuing a distance learning MBA from an American institution.
To find out more about the International University of North America, visit http://www.IUNA.com or call (408)-727-4862. IUNA also shares updates about its distance learning masters programs at http://www.facebook.com/