Healthcare professions are in high demand in the United States. The job market for nurses is projected to grow by 12% from 2018 to 2028, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the median pay is $71,730 per year (roughly $34 per hour).
With a 13:1 student-faculty ratio, Nebraska Methodist College is small enough to give you individualized attention, but large enough to offer state-of-the-art laboratories and all the latest technology. International students can choose from a variety of healthcare degree programs, including bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs in nursing, allied health and healthcare management.
International student applicants should complete their application several months in advance of the desired date of enrollment to allow sufficient time for review of application materials.
International applicants also have the responsibility before entering the United States to attend a Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) certified school. NMC does not issue I-20 student visas for online programs.
Other criteria include:
Student must assume responsibility for arrangements, through official channels, for entrance into the United States and provide proof of personal insurance coverage under a health and accident insurance policy.
Permanent Resident or Naturalized U.S. Citizen Applicants
In addition to satisfying the Undergraduate admission criteria the following is required:
Evaluation of Educational Credentials
A general report is acceptable for proof of education equivalent to a U.S. high school diploma. Comprehensive course-by-course official evaluation of educational credentials required for postsecondary courses. Evaluation of credentials may be obtained from the Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. at www.ece.org, World Education Services (WES) at www.wes.org or International Education Research Foundation at www.ierf.org.