A College For The 21st Century
Many New York City colleges claim to offer great educational services and programs, but one college stands out as the best kept secret in affordable non-for-profit private school education.
Located in the heart of beautiful Queens and Brooklyn neighborhoods, Bramson ORT College has recently received much attention with the addition of the game design and programming, renewable energy and paralegal degree programs. The school has been viewed as an oasis of career opportunities for inner city youth.
The Queens and Brooklyn campuses also offer degrees in accounting, business management, medical assistant, administrative assistant, professional billing and coding, electronics technology, computer networking, graphic design and many more.
Class sizes are small, so students get the individual attention they need in a hands-on environment. The faculty is comprised of professionals with classroom and industry experience. In addition, the school offers GED prep classes for the community.
Bramson ORT College is part of an international World ORT Network that focuses on technology-driven education and training that has transformed the lives of millions of graduates. Recently, the school provided an opportunity for its top students to visit and showcase their interactive game project at the World ORT General Assembly in Washington, D.C.
In today’s tough economy, students and parents of high school graduates should consider the benefits of such a school as Bramson ORT College that provides low tuition coupled with great scholarships and educational opportunities. As the popularity of the school’s programs spreads throughout its campuses, the college might not be a “secret” for much longer.
Bramson ORT’s Queens location is at 69-30 Austin St. in Forest Hills; their Brooklyn campus is located at 8109 Bay Pkwy. The schools are close to major transportation, including the E, F, N, R, M, and D subway lines.
For more information call 1-877- 823-3896 or visit the website at www.bramsonort.edu.