Founded in 1977, Keiser University is Florida’s second largest independent private not-for-profit university serving more than 20,000 students earning doctoral, masters, bachelors, and associates degrees in more than 90 career fields.
The university is comprised of 18 Florida campus locations, an International Division, the Graduate School, a College of Golf and Sports Management, an Online Division, an off-site campus in Shanghai, China, the Latin American campus and Language Institute in Nicaragua.
Latin American Campus
Keiser University – Latin American Campus is an Institution of higher education granting U.S. degrees in Nicaragua and most of the region. The residential campus, located in San Marcos, Nicaragua, operates on the American academic calendar and offers most instruction in English, both in traditional and online delivery formats.
At our intimate campus students come from all over the globe to thrive with world-class professors, in small classes, in a peaceful, scenic and historical setting. We have a roster of qualified faculty with Ph.D. and Master’s degrees from prestigious universities in the U.S. and Europe.
We work hand-in-hand with you every step of the way, from application through funding and even visa application.
All you have to do is study and achieve. Plan your future today and take the KU challenge!
A message from our Campus President
Welcome to Keiser University Latin American Campus!
By choosing our university, you are investing on a model of education that aims to give its students something more than a degree to enter the labor market. You have entrusted us your empowerment and development of your greatest self.
Effective July 1st 2013, the campus became officially the 17th member of the Keiser family, where students come first. Our fully bilingual campus in Nicaragua is very distinctive in its characteristics as an American institution in Latin America. Its unique personality embodies the freshness and charm of its people, strengthened with the rigor and prestige of our institutions in the United States and overseas.
With more than 1,200 graduates after its establishment, our alumni from the Latin American Campus have gone on to accomplish great things, becoming drivers of change. They have distinguished themselves by virtue of their professional and academic success.
We are extremely proud of our first level faculty, our committed staff and our beloved students, for you have made of education your best investment.
Keiser University Latin American Campus
A letter from the Chancellor
Dear Friends, Colleagues and Esteemed Visitors,
On behalf of the Keiser family, the Board of Trustees, our faculty, staff and students: welcome to Keiser University’s celebration of more than 40 years of excellence in education! When our family started our first school in Ft. Lauderdale in 1977 – with one student and several classrooms – I could never have imagined at that time that 40 years later we would have campuses throughout the State of Florida, cooperative agreements with the university systems in China and Moldova, together with a campus in Nicaragua to serve international students, nearly 3,800 staff, and approximately 20,000 students with associate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree programs in several in-demand career fields.
And yet, this is precisely what we have accomplished.
This dramatic growth can be traced directly back to our original commitment to our philosophy that students come first. Simply stated, they are the reason we exist. Our mission, and our decades-long commitment to it, is to be accountable to our students by offering an innovative, proven educational approach with small class sizes, highly personalized teaching, hands-on practical training, and flexible scheduling to accommodate our students. And I am quite proud that this model results in a high rate of graduation and job placement in the field of study of our students.
In addition, we have always taught the importance of leadership and serving the communities in which we live and work. This commitment extends beyond the classroom as our students, faculty and staff continually seek opportunities to volunteer their time and resources to charitable organizations. We know this matters to our students, as our graduates routinely tell us this aspect of their education not only benefited their career, but also enriched their lives and families.I personally invite you to visit one or more of our Keiser University campuses.
I assure you that you will experience a caring, friendly environment which we believe is conducive to successful learning. This environment, our culture of “students first” and our commitment to quality is the recipe for our success, and it is what helps our graduates enter the workforce with a high degree of personal and professional confidence.
Arthur Keiser, Ph.D.