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A World of Opportunities Awaits You.
Located in New York City, adjacent to LaGuardia Airport, Vaughn College prepares students from all walks of life—and from all corners of the globe—for careers in management, engineering, technology and aviation.
Here are the tools you need to become one of them:
- Vaughn College Application For Admissions. Complete and submit this form in addition to the supplement above. Due to the heavy volume of international applications received by the college, we will not review any application unless it is accompanied by a $40 application fee. This fee must be paid by bank check or money order (do not send cash) Please understand this policy is not negotiable and no exceptions will be allowed.
- International Application Supplement and Instructions. You must submit this form, completed, notarized, and accompanied by all the required documents, before a Form I-20 AB can be issued to you.
- Instructions for your Interview with the United States Embassy. This document provides some helpful information to prepare you for the interview with the United States Embassy in your country. Once you receive a Form I-20 AB from Vaughn College and schedule your appointment with the embassy, download this form and review the College's suggestions.
For more information, contact David Sookdeo, associate director of admissions at 1.866.6VAUGHN, extension 192 or email@example.com.
A Global Campus for a Global Economy.
To better prepare our graduates to meet the needs of our global economy—and help build an internationally oriented and highly qualified work force—Vaughn College has created a "global campus" in collaboration with the Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology (SNIST) in Hyderabad, India.
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