Accepting Applications for the following programs:
Degree in Nursing (ASN) in
Azure College takes great pride in the education we provide to our students. Below are answers to commonly asked questions and concerns of international applicants to the College and our School of Nursing.
Here is what you need to know
Who Can Apply
- High School Graduates
- Professionals who completed a degree in their home country (in any field)
- who want to study Nursing in the USA.
- Foreign Medical Doctors and Dentists who want to work in the US while preparing their USMLE exam
- TOEFL – minimum score of 51 on the internet–based test or a minimum score of 550 on the paper-based test
- IELTS – minimum score of 5.5.
- Cambridge English Advanced – minimum score of 176
- Successful completion of ENG IV at a U.S .high school or university level English at an accredited U.S. university with a grade of C or better
- CALL US 954-500-AZUR for more information
- Copy of Passport
- (page with name and date of birth)
Additional information regarding admission requirements, programs, rules and regulations can be found by emailing email@example.com
Financial Requirement for I-20
- Associate Degree: $18,500 US dollars
Note: Confidential financial statement on the application must be completed and signed by financial sponsor Bank statement, scholarship, or loan approval indicating that there are sufficient funds to cover the “total annual cost of education” (tuition, fees, books, living expenses, transportation, and incidental expenses). Each dependent will require additional funds in the amount of $5,000 US dollars
TRANSFERRING THE I-20 FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL TO AZURE COLLEGE
We will need a copy of your I-20, I-94 and F-1 visa.
WHY STUDY NURSING IN USA
Registered Nurses account for 2.6 million jobs in the US
By 2018, that number’s
expected to swell to 3.2 million.
Here’s where they work:
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Nursing is the fastest-growing occupation in the US.
22% more nursing jobs
Doctors’ offices will need the most nurses.
Projected job growth by industry
By 2020, the US will face a shortage of 800,000 nurses.
Nursing shortage, by year
An older US population + More nurses retiring = Not enough nurses
Employed nurses under 40
The median annual wage for registered nurses was $67,490 in May 2015. The median wage is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $46,360, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $101,630.
In May 2015, the median annual wages for registered nurses in the top industries in which they worked were as follows:
Hospitals; state, local, and private
Home healthcare services
Offices of physicians
Nursing and residential care facilities