As we understand today’s complex routine in which we have got to make balance between studying, working, and family matter, we offer an adaptive education model.
Our admissions processes focus on your work experience and your professional achievements in order to ensure the suitability of the program.
During the admission process, when requirements are being checked for, the student must send the following documents to the admissions representative:
How does my journey
to Westfield begin?
The following documents are required:
*If the undergraduate degree was not granted by an American institution, the applicant must provide an official academic evaluation stating that the degree received is equivalent to an American Bachelor’s Degree.
An evaluation of the academic degree performed by an international agency of credential evaluation affiliated with AICE (Association of International Credential Evaluators) or NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, see reference list).
The credential evaluation service can be done directly with Westfield at an additional cost.
In-house Credential Evaluation Service
If you do not have a U.S. undergraduate degree, the Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education (CIE) requires that you process a credential evaluation by an international credential evaluation agency that is a member of the Association of International Credential Evaluators ( AICE) or the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Academic degree evaluations that not issued by members of AICE or NACES will not be accepted.
Evaluation must conclude that the academic degree is equivalent to a US Bachelor Degree.
This evaluation can be done independently by students or from Westfield Business School at an additional cost. This service includes: (i) the translation into English of your degree and academic record and (ii) the official evaluation of your credentials.
If you decide to order the evaluation of your Academic
Degree, you must send the following documents directly to the evaluator:
– A copy of your notarized and translated transcript by a certified English translator and member of the American Association of
– A notarized copy of your Academic Degree, translated into English by a certified English translator and member of the American Association of Translators (ATA).
– Academic Degree evaluations that are not issued by
AICE or NACES members will not be accepted.
– All these documents have to be sent to our Business School prior to the start of classes. Students who do not meet these conditions will not be able to enroll in their program.
All documentation must be received at Westfield Business School before classes begin.
Westfield Business School
1200 Brickell Ave.
Miami, FL 33131.
Westfield Business School
Via Las Palmas, Kilometre 14 + 250 mt.
lVariant to airport, La Reserva Mall
Office 9905 Level -1
Envigado, Colombia 055427
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No, as we understand that you will study while working at the same time. Our admissions processes look to acknowledge work experience and professional recognition/achievements to ensure student’s suitability for the program. We later conduct an interview whereby professional experience is reviewed as per CV as well as suitability for the program.
Westfield Business School programs are designed to be taken by professionals needing to make a balance between studying and working while at the same time attending family matters.
No entrance exam is required. GMAT and GRE are not required.
Yes! However, you should check what the requirements are in your country. Generally, people who work in the private sector do not need to certify the degree (companies tend to have an international perspective). If you work in the public sector, it will most likely be required, in which case you must comply. The procedure and its duration will depend on each country and the process managed by its Ministry of Education.