Admissions

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To start your application to CSI fill out the form to the right and an International Admissions Representative will contact you soon.

Computer Systems Institute (CSI) accepts applications from in-state, out-of-state, domestic and international students. CSI is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. For questions about applying from abroad, changing visa status, or transferring from another U.S. school to CSI, call an international admissions representative today!

CSI does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, national origin or ancestry, marital status, creed, religion, color, sexual orientation, political ideas, age, or mental or physical disability in admission, access to programs, or employment policies.

More Information for Prospective International Students

  • To start your CSI application or to request more information about international student programs, fill out the form to the right and an international admissions representative will contact you soon.
  • CSI has five campuses in Illinois: Chicago, Skokie, Lombard/DuPage, Elgin, and Gurnee and two in Massachusetts: Charlestown/Boston and Worcester. See the campus listings page to view program offerings at each location.

To find out more about programs at Computer Systems Institute, click on the links below.

English as a Second Language (ESL)

ESL programs are designed for students at all levels of language learning. Programs are divided into beginner, intermediate, and advanced groups. In each program, students will take courses on vocabulary and conversation, writing and grammar, and reading strategies.

Academic ESL

For students with advanced or native English proficiency, CSI offers multiple English programs that explore the English language in an academic context. Academic ESL programs allow students to take courses in general writing, literature, or communication.

Skill Building

Skill Building programs allow students to learn specialized professional skills needed in the business world. Students can choose to enroll in the Customer Service Specialist program, the Hospitality Industry Professional program, the Administrative Assistant Professional program, or the Small Business Administrator program. Within each program, students supplement lecture with a required externship in various industry positions.

CS Foundation

The CS Foundation program offers students the opportunity to earn credits from BSUIR toward a bachelor’s degree in Mobile Application Development while studying at CSI.

Career Training Programs

Career Training Programs provide practical training and certifications needed for current high-growth industries, including computer networking, healthcare, and business. Programs emphasize job preparedness so that students have marketable skills valued by potential employers.

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