About Golden Gate University
Founded in 1901, Golden Gate University is a fully accredited education provider that offers its students numerous study options through its schools of business, law, taxation, and accounting.
- 13 percent
- 46 countries represented
- Female: 56 percent
- Male: 43 percent
- Unknown: 1 percent
- African American: 5 percent
- Asian: 16 percent
- Hispanic: 7 percent
- Pacific Islander: 2 percent
- White: 33 percent
The PLUS Program
The Preparation in Language and University Studies (PLUS) Program is a full-time academic-preparation program combining language instruction and educational support with enrollment in university graduate course work leading to a degree or certificate. PLUS allows students to improve English proficiency while emphasizing subject-specific language learning and classroom skills to keep students on track toward earning a degree.
Student Housing options
No Housing on campus.
Rolling Admission Policy: Student can start from Fall (late August), Spring (early January) or Summer (early May).
Admission requirements for first year and transfer students
Golden Gate University only accept International students to graduate programs:
- TOEFL iBT: 79 or higher
- IELTS: 6.5 or higher
GMAT for MBA applicant (No GMAT required for MS, MA applicant)
International Student visas issued
F-1 and J-1
Cost of attendance and financial assistance
|2013-2014 TUITION INFORMATION|
|School of Accounting||$2,610 per 3-unit course|
|Ageno School of Business||$2,610 per 3-unit course*|
|Braden School of Taxation||$2,925 per 3-unit course|
|PLUS+||$4,500 total program|
Estimated tuition and living expenses per year: $35,660
Click here for scholarship information.
International students can participate in paid or non-paid internship as a part of degree program.
Student activities and campus life
Clubs & Government
There are a variety of networks in place for students to stay connected. GGU’s Student Government Association involves students in university policies, goals and objectives.
Student organizations and clubs provide students the opportunity to learn valuable skills and network with their peers at the University. The student newsletter is another option through which students connects with faculty, alumni, and each other, allowing them to keep up with classes, job openings, and any news from the administration.