Johnson & Wales University

8 Abbott Park Pl, Providence, United States
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About Johnson & Wales University

Johnson & Wales University is a school located in Providence, , US with a total of 1359 courses available to enroll in.

Johnson and Wales University, located in Providence, Rhode Island, is a private institution that was founded in 1914. It also has campuses in North Miami, Denver, and Charlotte. Some classes and degrees are also available online. It has a total of 16,000 graduate, undergraduate and online students in total amongst these various location options. The university offers programs in arts and sciences, business, education, culinary arts, nutrition, technology, and hospitality.

JWU has a unique model, integrating arts and sciences, and also industry-focused education including work experience and various leadership opportunities. This gives students the tools to achieve professional success and lifelong personal growth. JWU has been using this experiential education approach for over 100 years.

Career development is a primary focus at Johnson and Wales University, with targeted career fairs, networking opportunities, and a career advisor assigned for each students. Faculty serve as career advisors, industry insiders, and mentors for their students. Internships at top companies are also available to increase professional experience. Sites are across 48 states and over 30 countries. More than 1500 employers come to campus to recruit JWU students and graduates.

JWU also offers an affordable education, with 92% of all students receiving institutional scholarships and grants from the university itself, which makes the cost of education quite less than other comparable schools.


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