The Academy’s international post-secondary, non-degree programs can be delivered in three ways: onsite, online, or residential.
Onsite courses are delivered on-the-ground in our international partner’s country in a facility of their choosing. This delivery mode is advantageous as it encourages greater engagement and participation by the students. This mode has been successful over the years because the Academy has a large pool of instructors who specialize in sport within the specific discipline being taught onsite.
Online delivery mode consists of courses that are post-secondary, non-degree programs delivered online through our Center for Professional Studies and Continuing Education (CPSCE). Online programs do not have degree program requirements such as a TOEFL score although the student selected to participate in the program will need to be able to communicate in English and have English reading and writing skills.
Residential courses require students to come to the United States of America to complete specialized residential courses. These are normally short-term programs with small groups of students. It should be noted that this requires visas and all other appropriate measures for international travel.