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Hebron Road,
P.O. Box 1276, Mt. Zion
91012 Jerusalem, Israel
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4249 E. State St., Suite 203
Rockford, IL, 61108
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STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS
| Introduction

Jerusalem University College is a unique academic community attracting students from many countries, national and ethnic origins, denominations and traditions, and academic institutions. More than 16,500 students have attended the university since its inception in 1957. The following demographics illustrate the diversity among the students who have enrolled. Please remember that when general averages are given, actual numbers during a particular semester or program may vary.

Demographics Available Below:  Countries, Schools, Denominations, Doctoral Degrees, Ages, Gender, Academic Level, Enrollment.

 
| Countries

The largest percentage of students in both the long-term and short-term programs are from the United StatesThe remaining are from numerous countries around the world with the following countries represented in the last ten years.
 
Argentina
Australia
Brazil
Canada
China
Czech Republic
Ethiopia
Finland
Ghana
Great Britain
Guatemala
Hong Kong
Ireland
Israel
Japan
Kenya
Liberia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Norway
Philippines
Singapore
South Korea
Spain
Russia
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
Uganda
United States
Venezuela
Zaire
 
| School Representation

Students from the 85 schools of the Consortium of Associated Schools of Jerusalem University College attend the university college and account for the highest percentage of the student body.
 
» Seminary List:  Consortium member seminaries and graduate schools
» College List:  Consortium member colleges, universities, and professional.
 
Students other than those from Associated Schools have come from the following schools in the last ten years:
 
Aarhus University
Abilene Christian University
Alliance Theological Seminary
Appalachian Bible College
Ball State University
Baruch College

Brigham Young University
Boston College
Baylor University
Belhaven College
Belmont University
Bethlehem Bible College
Birmingham-Southern College
California State University
Cornell University
Choung Shin Theological
Seminary
Catholic University of America
Christian Life College
Espana Bible Institute
Flagler College
Gardner-Webb University
George Washington University
Grand Valley State University
Greenville College
Grove City College
Hamilton College
De La Salle University
Dordt College
East Coast Bible College
Emory University
Fresno Pacific College
Harvard University
Hussite Theological Seminary
Hope College
Hong Kong City University
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Korea Theological University
Liberty University
London Baptist College
Lutheran Theological Seminary
Madonna University
Mae Querie University
Mendocino College
Presbyterian Latin American
College
Sook Myoung University
James Madison University
Lake Wash. Technical College
Lee
University
Moody Bible Institute
New Orleans Baptist Seminary
Palomar College
San Jose Christian College
The Citadel
The Master’s College
Trevecca Nazarene University
Trinity Lutheran College

University of Virginia
University of Texas at Austin
University of South Carolina
University of North Carolina
University of New Mexico
University of Delhi, India

Southern Methodist College
Southwestern University
Suh Gang Jesuit University
Tallahassee Bible Institute
University of Aberdeen
University of Arizona
University of East Anglia
University of Georgia
University Hokkaido Bible
Institute
University of Oklahoma
University of Rhode Island
University of Tennessee
University of Texas
University of Toronto
University of West Indies
University of Wisconsin
Western Kentucky
Women’s Junior College of
Fine Arts
Won-Kwang University
World Harvest Bible College
Yank College
 
| Denominations

Many denominations and independent churches are represented by the Consortium of Associated Schools. See the above mentioned lists of seminaries and colleges for denominational affiliations.

Other denominations are also represented in both the long-term and short-term student population. In general, 85% are from Protestant evangelical denominations, 10% are from other Protestant denominations and 5% are from non-Protestant denominations. Other than those denominations represented by the various affiliations of the Associated Schools,  the following list represents some additional denominations.

 
American Baptist
Anglican/Episcopalian
Assemblies of God
Brethren
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Christian Reformed
Church of God
Church of the Nazarene
Conservative Baptist
Disciples of Christ
Evangelical Covenant
Evangelical Free
Evangelical Lutheran
Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Free Methodist
Free Will Baptist
General Baptist
Independent Baptist
Interdenominational
Lutheran Missouri Synod
Mennonite
Multidenominational
Nondenominational
North American Baptist
Orthodox Presbyterian Church
Pentecostal
Presbyterian (USA)
Presbyterian Church in America
Reformed Church in America
Roman Catholic
Society of Friends
Southern Baptist
United Church of Canada
United Methodist Hokkaido
 
| Doctoral Degrees

Graduates with the Master of Arts degree from Jerusalem University College have gone on to earn the Ph.D and other doctoral degrees from many of the member universities and seminaries of the Consortium of Associated Schools mentioned above.  Others have earned the Ph.D. from the following non-member schools:
 

Bar ILan University
Brandeis University

Cambridge University
Harvard University
Hebrew Union College
Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Oxford University
University of Arizona
University of California, LA
University of Cape Town

University of Chicago
University of Haifa
University of Melbourne
University of Michigan
University of Mississippi
University of St. Michael’s College
University of San Francisco
University of Utah
University of Wisconsin
 
| Student Ages

The ages vary from program to program. However, the following gives a general assessment of the ages of the student population.
 

18 - 25:  45%
26 - 40: 40%
Over 40: 15%
Median Age: 30

 
| Student Gender

The gender of the student body varies from year to year and program to program. However, the following gives a broad average.
 
Male: 45%
Female: 55%
 
| Student Academic Level

Post-graduate students study in varying capacities at the university, some transferring credit to post-graduate degrees at other institutions.

Graduate students comprise those in the two-year Master of Arts degree programs, Graduate Certificate programs, graduate semester abroad programs, and short-term graduate courses.

Undergraduate students are those in the semester abroad, year abroad programs as well as short-term two and three week academic study tours.

Continuing education students are those in the short-term Pastor-Parishioner program and those students auditing courses in other programs.
 
Post-Graduate:  5%
Graduate: 25%
Undergraduate: 50%
Continuing Ed: 20%
 
| Related Information

» Consortium of Schools:  Description of the Consortium.
» Alumni:  Alumni Statistics.
» Student Life:  Campus and off Campus life, ministry and fun.
 


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