International Students

Interested in coming to the U.S. to earn your degree? Learn more about our admissions process for international students and the resources we provide to assist with your transition to the United States.

OVERVIEW

If you live outside of the United States and are interested in a future in Nursing and Health Care, Cambridge has a supportive international team to help you begin your journey.

Cambridge’s international student community is comprised of students from numerous countries.

International Student Services

Cambridge has many services to ensure that you have a comfortable transition as an international student, including:

  • International Student Leaders Group provides assistance with issues pertaining to visa status, as well as daily living issues such as banking and obtaining a driver’s license
  • Cambridge provides Housing assistance with finding an apartment and/or roommates (download Cambridge’s International Housing Guide)
  • Cambridge’s International Student Group provides and hosts social, networking events, parties and cultural activities

Orlando, Florida—Minutes to Campus

Cambridge’s location in the Orlando area (in Altamonte Springs, Florida) has excellent access to shopping, Disney World theme parks, and beaches. The region is also home to world-class museums, concert venues, restaurants, theaters and more.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Admissions Representative at +1.877.206.4279 or +1.407.265.8384 or email info@cambridgehealth.edu.


IMPORTANT DATES

Call or come by to meet with one of our International Admissions Representatives at any of the upcoming events listed below.

Associate of Science in Nursing: Start Date
Classes start on May 2, 2016
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Associate of Science in Nursing: Start Date
Classes start on August 29, 2016
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PROGRAMS

Campus and Online Degrees

Cambridge offers diploma/certificate, associate, and bachelor’s degrees focused on exciting roles in Nursing and related fields within the Health Care and Hospital industry. Whether you are interested in learning on the Cambridge campus or online, you’ll become familiar with what it takes to work in the industry through collaborative, clinical experience and coursework – taught by instructors with vast experience in their nursing related fields with direct clinical experiences.

English as a Second Language

For students who are looking to improve their English proficiency, the English as a Second Language Certificate Program is an excellent transition into college life and a creative, media-focused way to learn English fundamentals.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Admissions Representative at +1.407.265.8384 or email info@cambridgehealth.edu.

Call or come by to meet one of our International Admissions Representatives.


ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

Monetary requirements

In order to be awarded a U.S. Student Visa (I-20), international students must provide a certificate of financial guarantee. This document demonstrates the ability of a student and/or sponsors to provide financial support while the student earns a Cambridge diploma or degree.

The financial requirement varies depending on your home nation. Please ask your International Admissions Representative for exact details.

International admissions requirements:

  • Complete an interview with your Admissions Representative
  • Enrollment Application
  • Application fee of $50.00
  • High school/secondary school transcript
  • University or college transcripts (for graduate programs or transfer credits)
  • Financial guarantee
  • Verification of language proficiency (if your native language is not English)
  • Copy of the identification page of your passport
  • Signed and dated Enrollment Agreement

Tuition facts

Cambridge has a unique and inclusive approach to tuition costs – books, fees and supplies are included. Learn more about how Cambridge tuition is calculated.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Admissions Representative at +1.407.265.8384 or email info@cambridgehealth.edu.


VISA REQUIREMENTS

The following documents are required for international students to enroll at Cambridge:

  • An I-20 form
  • A DS-160 Nonimmigrant Visa Electronic Application
  • A passport recognized by the U.S., valid at least six months beyond the intended stay in country
  • One 2×2 photograph
  • An MRV fee receipt to demonstrate payment of visa application fee
  • A SEVIS I-901 fee receipt

Your International Student Liaison will be able to discuss the details of your situation and help with any questions you may have.

Helpful Links

Visa Information
Department of State – Student Visa
Visa Wait Times

English Proficiency Tests
TOEFL®
IELTS™
Accuplacer™

If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Admissions Representative at +1.407.265.8384 or email info@cambridgehealth.edu.

Call or come by to meet one of our International Admissions Representatives.


PRE-ARRIVAL LIST

After successfully enrolling at Cambridge, these are the next steps you should take as you prepare to arrive in the United States:

Visa preparation session with your Cambridge liaison
  • Pay your SEVIS fee
  • Apply for your embassy appointment
  • Arrive early for your appointment, and don’t forget your documents:
  • Original I-20 form
  • Valid passport
  • Current financial documents
  • Language proficiency document (if applicable)
  • SEVIS fee receipt
  • Review and ensure the accuracy of your personal information

For detailed information regarding your move to the United States or Cambridge, please download our international transition guide.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Admissions Representative at +1.407.265.8384 or email info@cambridgehealth.edu.

Call or come by to meet one of our International Admissions Representatives.