Five Best Colleges in Arizona

Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010 10:58 AM

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The state of Arizona, located in the Southwestern United States, offers a wide range of higher education options. It's five best schools are:
 
Arizona State University - Tempe Campus is one of the premier universities in Arizona. The school offers broad access to education by offering a number of courses and is known for its research. With its pan-cultural admission policy, the Arizona State University is not only a premier educational destination but also a melting pot of global cultures.
 
Western International University - Phoenix offers some of the easiest ways to continue education. It provides degree programs designed specifically for working adults. The academic calendar of this institution is designed to suit multiple lifestyles and you can attend class on-campus or online. The flexible approach to pursuing academic dreams makes this institution a favorite with many working men and women.
 
Glendale Community College of Arizona is one of the popular community colleges in the state of Arizona. The courses offered at this institution focus on addressing the educational needs of its community. The Glendale Community College offers diverse programs to its students in order to help them fine tune their skills. Students can pursue the academic course of their interest backed by top class faculty support.

Phoenix College is known for its multicultural academic reputation. The profile of students from this college boasts of true global presence. Students from over 100 countries seek admission here. The Phoenix College offers more than 200 degree and certificate programs to its students making it one of the most sought after educational institutions in the state of Arizona.
 
Rio Salado College is counted among the fastest growing colleges in Arizona. The academic mix of this institution attracts a number of applicants from all over the United States. The entire focus of its academic policy is to equip students with skills that can not only further their careers but can also enrich the productivity of the nation in the long run.
 

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