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A National University with International Appeal

DeVry University has locations* across the United States, including 6 campuses specially equipped to address and service the needs of international students.

* International students can only register at the following campuses: Chicago & Chicago Loop, IL; Fremont, CA; New York City, NY; Pomona, CA; Sherman Oaks, CA. Program and session start limitations vary by location.

DeVry Locations with Enhanced International Services

From coast to coast, DeVry University boasts a vibrant multicultural and international student population. International Student Advisors and special support services are offered at campuses in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay area, Chicago, and Manhattan (New York).

DeVry Chicago & Chicago Loop

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Overview

From towering skyscrapers overlooking sandy beaches, to basketball, football and baseball games, twilight concerts in Millennium Park and free fireworks at Navy Pier — Chicago can’t be beat! Experience a multi-cultural city buzzing with energy. Here you will find world-class dining, shopping, and entertainment in the largest and most-visited city in the Midwest United States.

Degree Programs

Students enrolled at our Chicago Campus may also take courses at other Chicago area locations. The following are degree programs offered at our Chicago and Chicago Loop locations. Program availability varies by location.

Bachelor's degree programs

  • Biomedical Engineering Technology
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Justice Administration
  • Management
  • Multimedia Design and Development
  • Network and Communications Management
  • Technical Management

Master's degree programs

  • Accounting
  • Accounting & Financial Management
  • Business Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Systems Management
  • Network & Communications Management
  • Project Management
  • Public Administration
Housing

Our Chicago locations have partnered with two housing providers to offer convenient housing:

Tailor Lofts: Located in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood. Tailor Lofts is accessible to our campuses and centers via CTA Blue Line or buses.

215 West: Located in the heart of the Chicago Loop. 215 West is accessible to our campuses via the CTA Red Line or buses.

Many students live in apartments throughout the city, or choose to live with family or friends in the area. If you are looking for an apartment, you may be interested in trying one of the apartment-finding services in Chicago. These services are free for renters.

The Apartment People: apartmentpeople.com

Apartment Savvy: rentchicagoapartment.com

Chicago Apartment Finders: chicagoapartmentfinders.com

Chicago Apartment Solutions: chicagoapartmentsolutions.com

Chicago Housing

Public Transportation

The Chicago, Loop and O’Hare campuses are easily accessible by public transportation, buses and trains:

  • CTA (Chicago Transit Authority)
  • RTA (Rapid Transit Authority)
Neighborhoods

Chicago is a city of neighborhoods and composed of an international culture. Originally settled by large numbers of German and Irish immigrants, Chicago's current ethnic areas include: Bridgeport (Irish, Lithuanian, Mexican, Chinese); Chinatown; Greek town; Little Italy; Little Village (Mexican); Paseo Boricua (Puerto Rican); Pilsen (Mexican, Polish, Lithuanian); Polish Village/Polish Downtown; Ukrainian Village.

Local Attractions

Museums: Field Museum of Natural History, Shedd Aquarium, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago History Museum, Museum of Science and Industry, Adler Planetarium

Parks: Millennium Park, Grant Park, Lincoln Park
Music: Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, House of Blues

Festivals: Grant Park Music Festival, Taste of Chicago, Lollapalooza, the Air and Water Show, plus ethnic and neighborhood festivals throughout the year.

Architecture: Earliest skyscrapers built after 1871 fire; Prairie School style of Frank Lloyd Wright; several of world’s tallest buildings

Sports Teams: Bears (football), Cubs/White Sox (baseball), Fire (soccer), Bulls (basketball), Blackhawks (ice hockey)

Lakefront Activities: Boating, beaches, architectural boat tours; Navy Pier, Lincoln Park Zoo

Shopping: The Magnificent Mile (Michigan Avenue), State Street
Theaters: Steppenwolf, Goodman, Broadway in Chicago, Second City


Local specialties: Deep dish pizza, Chicago hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches

Contact

For more information, please contact an International Student Advisor at isa-Chicago@devry.edu.

DeVry Fremont

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Overview

Conveniently located in vibrant and diverse Fremont, the Bay Area's 4th largest city, with easy access to local freeways and Public Transportation, DeVry Fremont serves students who live or work in the San Francisco Bay Area. Fremont, a 30-minute train ride across the bay from San Francisco, is a hub for exploring the entire Bay Area.

Degree Programs

Students enrolled at our Fremont Campus may also take courses at other Bay area locations. The following are degree programs offered at our Fremont location. Program availability varies by location.

Master's degree programs

  • Business Administration
  • Accounting & Financial Management
Public Transportation

The Fremont campus is easily accessible by public transportation:

  • BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)
  • Buses
  • Taxis

For up-to-the-minute Bay Area traffic, transit, rideshare and bicycling information visit www.511.org. Generate step-by-step instructions for traveling from place to place on public transportation – including an itinerary with schedules, fares, time estimates, and interactive maps.

Local Attractions

Fremont: An abundance of restaurants, shopping, movie theaters, parks, art galleries, and live theater are available in Fremont’s growing downtown. The celebrated Ardenwood Historic Farm is minutes from campus.

San Francisco: Rent a bike and ride the Golden Gate Bridge, explore the mysterious Alcatraz, see the city at the De young Art museum and observatory, get back to nature at the Golden Gate National Park or just ride the famous cable cars throughout the scenic city.


Oakland: Called the next culinary Mecca of the Bay Area, Oakland is a short trip from campus. After grabbing a bite, catch a Raiders Football or Oakland A’s baseball game. Explore Oakland’s wonderful Chinatown or hike along the 100,000 acres of parks and trails.

Contact

For more information, please contact an International Student Advisor at isa-Fremont@devry.edu.

DeVry College of New York

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Overview

Welcome to the United States' largest city, New York City. The DeVry College of New York* campus is located in Midtown Manhattan, one block east of the Empire State Building. DeVry is in a resurgent and exciting area of the city. The community is a mix of business, industry, education, artistry, and historical landmarks. Here, you'll find anything and everything you might possibly want to do: from legendary attractions like Times Square and the Empire State Building, to unparalleled entertainment and nightlife. It's all here in the city that never sleeps.

*In New York, DeVry University operates as DeVry College of New York.

Degree Programs

Students enrolled at DeVry College of New York may also take courses at other New York area locations. The following are degree programs offered at our Manhattan and Rego Park (Queens) locations. Program availability varies by location.

Bachelor's degree programs

  • Business Administration
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Justice Administration
  • Management
  • Network & Communications Management
  • Technical Management

Master's degree programs

  • Accounting & Financial Management
  • Business Administration
  • Information Systems Management
Housing

Educational Housing Services helps students find quality, affordable housing.

New York Housing

Public Transportation

There are plenty of options for getting around New York City without a car. The NYC Subway runs 24/7 every day of the year. Buses and taxis run virtually non-stop as well. Other options include the Long Island Railroad, Metro North and Path NJ/NY.

Local Attractions

The list of places to see and enjoy in New York City is endless. Here are just a few:

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), American Museum of Natural History, Guggenheim Museum

Culture: Carnegie Hall, Rockefeller Center, Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center, Times Square, Shakespeare in the Park

Landmarks: Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Ground Zero, Central Park

Sports: New York Yankees/New York Mets (baseball), New York Jets/New York Giants (football), New York Knicks/Brooklyn Nets (basketball), New York Rangers/New York Islanders/New Jersey Devils (hockey), and the New York Red Bulls (soccer)

Contact

For more information, please contact an International Student Advisor at isa-NewYork@devry.edu.

DeVry Pomona

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Overview

DeVry University Pomona is conveniently located in Los Angeles County, with easy access to local attractions and nearby cities and beaches. Nestled between the legendary city of Los Angeles and the sunny beaches of Orange County, both 30 minutes away by car, Pomona offers an ideal Southern California location.

Degree Programs

Bachelor's degree programs

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Management
  • Network & Communications Management
  • Technical Management

Master's degree programs

  • Accounting
  • Accounting & Financial Management
  • Business Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
Housing

Many students live in apartment complexes close to the Pomona Campus. Most of them include such amenities as central air and heating, washer/dryers, wireless Internet, cable, physical fitness facility, club house, etc.:

  • Eaves Phillips Ranch apartments: Located on Appian Way, this Los Angeles County apartment community is conveniently located within easy access of the 10, 60, 57 and 71 freeways.
  • The Hills of Diamond Bar apartments: Offering distinctive and spacious bedroom apartments with lush landscaping and a serene atmosphere, the apartments are conveniently located near highways, shopping centers, restaurants and gorgeous recreation parks.
Local Attractions

Pomona: The historic citrus grove town of Pomona has blossomed into an engaging and creative place with an abundance of restaurants, cafes, antique shops and art galleries. The historic GO GRAND Fox Theater, a fully restored Art Deco movie palace from 1931, is less than a ten-minute drive from campus and features live music, shows and movies.

Los Angeles: Pomona is just a 30-minute drive to the enchanting city of Los Angeles. Walk
in the footsteps of some of America's most famous stars outside the Chinese Theater in Hollywood, see how the magic is made on a tour of the Universal Studios lot, or stroll along Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

Orange County: Come to play in sunny Orange County. Have a beach day surfing on the sun- kissed shore of Newport Beach, enjoy fresh seafood by the sea, tour the surfers' hall of fame at Huntington Beach and visit the famous Disneyland

Contact

For more information, please contact an International Student Advisor at isa-Pomona@devry.edu.

DeVry Sherman Oaks

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Degree Programs

Housing

Public Transportation

Local Attractions

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Overview

Situated just north and west of Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks offers a variety of entertainment options with great restaurants, shopping, city parks and, of course, easy access to the nightlife of Hollywood. This area features a year-round temperate climate making it that much easier to enjoy all that Southern California has to offer its residents.

Degree Programs

Bachelor's degree programs

  • Business Administration

Master's degree programs

  • Accounting & Financial Management
  • Business Administration
Housing

Many students live in apartments or choose to live with family or friends in the area. If you are looking for an apartment to rent, you can try using an apartment finding service including http://www.apartmentguide.com/apartments/California/Sherman-Oaks/

Public Transportation

Sherman Oaks is served by metro bus lines with many stops and connections to the Metro Rail Red Line which goes through Hollywood, all the way to Union Station train station. Sherman Oaks is also in close proximity to two major freeways, I-405 and the State Route 101. The nearest major airport with domestic and international flights is Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), which is 19 miles from Sherman Oaks, CA.

Local Attractions

Sherman Oaks: Known as the Gateway to the San Fernando Valley and home of the cultural icon, the "Valley Girl" - Sherman Oaks is a vibrant city that radiates all the charm of Southern California. Sherman Oaks has it all: a year-round warm climate, nearby world-class cultural attractions, and a glorious scenic backdrop. It has been home to some of the entertainment industry's most notable stars, including Marilyn Monroe and James Dean. In addition to its many Hollywood connections, Sherman Oaks features a wide array of food, fun and music.

Los Angeles: See of America's most famous stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, take a tour of the Universal Studios lot, stroll along Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, or dine at any one of the numerous great restaurants along the way. If sports are your thing, there's year-round action including the Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (baseball), the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers (basketball) and Los Angeles Kings (ice hockey).

Beaches & Parks: Spend a day at the beach along LA's 72 miles of coastline. Enjoy an "endless summer" throughout the year at any of LA County's breath-taking beaches, including: Venice Beach, world-famous for its Ocean Front Walk and Muscle Beach; legendry surfing from Malibu down to San Pedro; the iconic Santa Monica Pier; and Marina del Rey, one of the world's largest small-boat harbors. LA County is also home to more than 150 public parks as well as wilderness areas such as the Angeles National Forest, Los Padres National Forest, and Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

Contact

For more information, please contact an International Student Advisor at isa-Shermanoaks@devry.edu.