WESTON, Fla., April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- SALUD al dia magazine welcomes Keiser University as one of its most recent advertisers and thanks Arthur Keiser, Ph.D., Chancellor and CEO for his trust.
Keiser University is a private, regionally accredited university offering associate, bachelor, masters and doctoral degrees in traditional, nontraditional and online delivery formats. Keiser University has 18 locations with approximately 20,000 students. The number one priority for Keiser University is the student and community service.
The Latin Division of Keiser University was created in 2005 and has students geographically distributed around the world. The online modality allows students to achieve their professional goals, without interrupting their work and family obligations, with programs entirely in Spanish.
Many people wonder why they study in Spanish if we live in the United States. In order to successfully complete a university degree, you need to know "academic English", which can take from three to five years depending on each person's ability to learn a second language. Many people do not want to wait three or five years to start university studies, so we motivate our students to polish and improve their bilingual skills so that when they finish their studies, they can get a good job with a university diploma in hand and with good English skills.
Taking online classes is not impersonal at Keiser University. Knowing that our students are not here on campus, we strive for the human component in everything we do. This gives the student security that they are not alone on this new journey they are undertaking.
Make sure to read the May/June issue # 72 of SALUD al día magazine for more details on how Keiser University can help you.
About SALUD al día magazine : this is a fully SPANISH life style health magazine that offers hard-hitting, current and authoritative medical news with individual perspectives for our Hispanic readership, written by medical doctors and health professionals.
We are the Hispanic printed media channel of diffusion for excellence for private and public health organizations.
SOURCE SALUD al dia magazine