Future Students


International Students

Park boasts over 633 international students from 112 different countries, so our international students will feel right at home in an educational environment that embraces diversity and encourages unique experiences. To accommodate and acclimate our international students, we organize lots of fun, free or low-cost activities that give our international students and American students many opportunities to interact and experience the local culture and festivities.

Park University, founded in 1875, has a long history of educating students for success in the global marketplace. Originating as a small college in the Midwest, Park University has grown to become a diversified, affordable private university that serves a global community, providing access to quality academic opportunities. At Park University, we are prepared to help you fulfill your educational and career goals. Our students are working towards degrees in 50 undergraduate majors and 7 graduate majors that feature a variety of concentrations.

Admission requirements for undergraduates and graduates


Academics

At Park University, we are prepared to help you fulfill your educational and career goals. Each year, more than 26,000 students take advantage of Park's undergraduate and graduate programs. View the listing of all academic programs offered by Park University. More Go

International Student Services

Living and studying in another country can be overwhelming.  To help international students become acclimated, Park University offers a full range of services. For information about traveling to Park, immigration documents, money and academic testing, we can help. More Go


About Park and Kansas City

From humble beginnings as a trading post in 1821, Kansas City has become the largest city in a metropolitan area of 2 million people. More Go

Housing

Living on campus is encouraged at Park University. Living on campus will offer you many opportunities to socialize with other students and to interact with faculty, which is a good way to acclimate yourself more quickly to your new environment.
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