City University of Seattle

City University of Seattle, also known as CityU, is a private not-for-profit institution of higher learning based in Seattle, Washington. CityU currently enrolls 7,639 students worldwide (08/09). The university consists of the School of Management, Albright School of Education, the Division of Arts/Sciences and Management Institute. CityU of Seattle offers campus education around the world and online education.

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