Established in 1994, International Technological University (ITU) is a private university accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission. It offers courses tailored according to the market needs of Silicon Valley companies.
Business programs offered by the International Technological University are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Internships are mandatory for first-semester students.
|Type of University||Private|
|No. of Campuses||1|
|On-Campus Residence||Not Available|
|Types of Programs Offered||Bachelors, Masters, Doctoral, Certificate|
|No. of Academic Departments||6|
International Technological University has only one campus, located in San Jose, California, United States. It does not offer on-campus residence facility. Applicants can find a residence around campus, such as in the following counties:
Students can also apply for residence facility hosted by a US Family, through Universal Student Housing, HomestayMatch etc. There are many online Platforms to help find housing. Some of them are Zumper, Apartment Rentals, ABODO, Roomster, Craigslist and Apartmentlist.
International Technological University (ITU) offers courses in Electrical Engineering, Digital Arts, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Engineering and Management & Business administration.
Application Portal: Students can apply through ITU online application.
Application fee: A 100 USD non-refundable is required for processing of the application. It can be paid through Visa, Discover or MasterCard.
Application Deadline: Applications are accepted until the start date of the course.
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's Degree; Statement of Purpose - 750 Words, typed; Official Transcripts; Minimum GPA - 2.75; Resume/ CV; GRE/GMAT and Letter of Recommendation for students who have bachelors in a non-stem field.
English Proficiency Requirement: International Students need to prove English language proficiency in order to be eligible for admission. It can be done by the submission of either the TOEFL or IELTS test score. If a student holds a bachelor's degree from an English speaking country, he/she is exempted from submitting these test scores.
Cost of attendance, including tuition and other fees, for the entire duration of a master's programs, is given below:
|Registration Fee||200 USD|
|Student Government Assessment Fee||60 USD|
|Technology Fee||800 USD|
|VTA Pass||171 USD|
|Health Insurance||2,695 USD|
|Orientation Fee||250 USD|
|Petition to Graduate||200 USD|
Yearly tuition and fees, for students enrolled in a doctoral program, are:
|Fee Type||Cost (per year)|
|Registration Fee||150 USD|
|Technology Fee||600 USD|
|Student Government Association Fee||45 USD|
|Health Insurance||2,021 USD|
|VTA Fee||129 USD|
International Technological University offers a merit-based academic scholarship known as Dr Shu Park Chan Academic Scholarship. Details about this grant are provided below:
International Students can also apply for scholarships offered by the following organizations:
Talentia Scholarship by the Government of Andalusia and Vietnam Education Foundation are the other two organizations providing grants to international students studying in the USA.
International Technological University’s Career Hub Cell and ITU Internship Opportunity Board helps students in finding the right internship opportunity.
Post-Graduate Work Authorization Under Optional Practical Training (OPT): Those students who have done 12 months of full-time CPT work can not apply for this
Students can apply for the following on-campus jobs:
Students are advised to do an internship right from the start of the first semester.
|Institution Type||Private (Not for Profit)|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$16,200 / Year|
|Student : Faculty Ratio||1 : 1|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Post Graduate Program||$16,200 / Year|
|Western Association of Schools and Colleges|
|Total Faculty||Full Time||Part time||Graduate Assistants|
based on 3 students ratings
I got to know about International Technological University through a college fair and after going through its official website I decided to apply. I have studied Science (Maths, Physics, Chemistry along with Computer Science) in my high school and have scored 82%. I had paid an application fee of $100, which was paid during the online submission of my application.
The course was designed in a way where we were supposed to apply our theoretical knowledge of computer science to produce software-based solutions. The topics covered in the course were database systems, computer architecture, algorithms, personal computer security, etc.
Studying technology in the Silicon Valley is the ultimate dream of any tech enthusiast. In my search for an American college, I wanted to be based as close to the Silicon Valley as possible, as that would open up the best doors to my career , on graduation. This led me to apply to ITU with a lot of hope and aspirations. I had completed an online application form along with an application fee of around $100.
We had a curriculum that was very intensive and competitive. We had a combination of compulsory as well as elective subjects and our program was of 60 credit units. We had learned subjects such as Linux, Computer Graphics, and Data Structure. I remember that we had also worked on a project, as part of our curriculum.
I have completed my bachelor's in India. I took the decision to join this college mainly because the fee of this college is pretty less compared to other colleges and it also has a very good reputation. The applied to the college through an online application form for $100.
This is two year course. The main topics and concepts covered by the course are data structures, algorithms, complexity analysis, network theorem and mathematics and statistics. The course has been well defined to students with up to date knowledge and practical skills required to shine in the industry and corporate world.
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