Keiser University's Flagship Campus is located in beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida, with a focus on putting students first. We prepare our students for real life by teaching skills and habits that lead to success and help them to understand that winning is a byproduct of establishing successful habits. The Flagship Campus offers 100 acres with student suite- style residence halls with meal plans, 24-hour security, Wi-Fi, and cable access, and maintains facilities to support 25 NAIA athletic teams, club sports, and intramural activities. Keiser University is a career-focused, not-for-profit university with over 40 years of history and thousands of successful graduates.
The Flagship campus offers an active campus life that includes a 100-acre site just minutes from the beach, beautiful golf courses, and a city bustling with culture and entertainment! South Florida offers a culturally-rich campus-life comprised of students from over 70 countries, and a safe environment to live, learn, work, and play. Learning and social activities are collaborative at Keiser and involve present and future students, community partners, industry leaders, elected officials, and other constituents committed to the success of students. Throughout Florida and beyond, "Seahawk Nation" rallies behind the winning tradition of its strong career focused degree programs and its athletic teams.
Nearly $44 million in scholarship funds are awarded to academic and needs-based students. The University is committed to educating and developing leaders to serve and compete globally. Keiser offers a wide variety of scholarship opportunities such as: Keiser University Merit Scholarship Awards, Athletic Scholarship Awards, Private Scholarship Awards and an additional list of detailed scholarship resource sites.
International Students may apply to Keiser University for either the Fall or Spring entering semesters. Keiser operates under a rolling admissions policy with priority deadlines for scholarship awards
Intensive English Program – pathway to your degree or a separate completion program
Students who are academically prepared to pursue a university program but are unable to meet the minimum English proficiency requirement may apply to the Intensive English Language program offered by Keiser and be offered conditional admission. Upon successful completion of ESOL level 4, students may enroll to a degree program and the conditional status shall be removed.
In addition to the Intensive English Language program being offered as a pathway to a degree program, international students may also attend this program alone and complete levels 1 thru 4.
"Keiser University helped me achieve my goal of receiving an offer to work for Disney! I appreciate the staff taking the time to create potential interview questions, coach me in a mock interview, and give me endless amount of support throughout the entire process. The tips and advice you have given me will continue to be a useful guide for me in the future."
"I enjoy being a KU student because it's a different kind of experience than you would get at any other larger university. Becasue the campus is smaller and international, the relationships that I've built with my classmates and my professors have taught me a lot about myself and what it really means to have and share experiences and connections with others."