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California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) is one of 23 campuses of the California State University (CSU) system. The vision for CSUB is that we will be the leading campus in the CSU System in terms of faculty and academic excellence and diversity, quality of the student experience, and community engagement by 2014-15. We invite you to be part of that vision.
California State University, Chico (CSU, Chico or Chico State) is located in an affordable, beautiful university town in Northern, California. Our unique college town location offers a safe and friendly environment for international students to refine their language skills, focus on their studies, gain hands-on research experience and real-world training, all while building relationships that will last a lifetime. CSU, Chico has seven colleges, five schools and 28 centers that offer more than 200 different undergraduate and graduate (master's level) degree options. [please hyperlink http://catalog.csuchico.edu/viewer/home to "200 different undergraduate and graduate (master's level) degree options"] The ten largest majors for undergraduate international students include: engineering, business administration, psychology, interior architecture, international relations, economics, computer science, recreation, hospitality, and parks management, communication design (graphic design), and English.
California State University, Stanislaus blends modern facilities with the pastoral charm of the countryside. The University offers more than 100 majors, minors, and areas of concentration; 24 graduate programs plus an Executive MBA and a doctoral program in Educational Leadership; seven post-graduate credentials; and six certificate programs serving 8,305 students.
International Programs offers opportunities to learn and grow in a top-rated college town, near the State capital of Sacramento. Programs include Intensive and topic-based English language programs, custom programs, and pathway programs through local community colleges.
UC Merced opened Sept. 5, 2005, as the newest campus in the University of California system and the first American research university of the 21st century. Situated near Yosemite National Park, the campus significantly expands access to the UC system for students throughout the state, with a special mission to increase college-going rates among students in the San Joaquin Valley. It also serves as a major base of advanced research, a model of sustainable design and construction, and a stimulus to economic growth and diversification throughout the region.
West Hills College Coalinga is a public, two-year college located in the city of Coalinga, California. Coalinga is centrally located, mid-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco in California’s Central Valley, one of the fastest growing regions in the state of California and the U.S.