Our students opt to study at Neil Wilson University for various reasons, but the excellent quality of education is the highest priority on list and we are proud to be known for quality education. We're glad to be perceived as a Tier 1 University by a number of governing and independent bodies. The ranking as a top-tier university is an indicator of the students who are attracted towards the institution, our graduates, the prestigious faculty and the result-driven research and creativity at the institution.
Meet the highly esteemed and professionals who are a part of the higher management of Neil Wilson University. Their experience and expert guidance has led the university to the high quality education that we provide now.
Professor Stephen Zack has worked for the past 27 years in Education, Legal Advocacy, and Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling and Anger Management Training.
Thomas Hatcher, professor of Information Systems at University of Maryland for 15 years before moving to California. Thomas has spent the bulk of his career in telecommunications and information systems.
Prof. Eva Watson, PhD holds dual bachelor degrees in Chemistry and Nuclear Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. She held the position of Senior Professor at the University of California for 12 years before joining Neil Wilson University
We have a very diversified portfolio of students,coming in from all regions around the world, Neil Wilson University is aimed at connecting students
with quality education from all over the world. 60000+ students from all over the world are currently studying in various schools at the university.
We have partners around the world, helping students get their first jobs easily. These partners include industry leaders and blue-chip companies that are keen to hire Neil Wilson grads and expand their workforce with quality human resource.
The key to quality education is having a knowledgeable faculty. Neil Wilson University faculty is based on PhDs and experts from all over the world. We have received the services of the cream of the every industry to ensure a first-class learning experience for the students.
Neil Wilson University aims at providing quality education to students all over the world. To cater the needs of the students all over the world, the university faculty and the top management has refined the educational procedures and quality to an extent where the university is being approached by global accreditation bodies themselves, offering accreditation to the institution. Provided the aim of educating students globally, the university received accreditation from international bodies to make sure that the students receive the
value that they deserve.
Alumni are the lifeblood of any university. Neil Wilson University takes care of its graduates by providing them guidance for their professional career and keeping them informed regarding job openings. The alumni of Neil Wilson University are working at prestigious organizations all over the world, adding value to the university's online network.
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I chose NWU because it had the right mix of experience to match academic excellence. As someone who is interested in working on, and hopefully contributing to, solving real-world issues, I thought NWU would be the best place to study and grow.
NWU has started, and I hope continues, to deepen my thoughts about events in the world while providing me with mental frameworks to evaluate them. If there is one thing I am taking away from class right now, it is that there is benefit to looking at an event or situation through one lens, and then evaluating it through another, which often reveals other important points.
In my current job, I must excel as a leader, communicator, decision maker and team manager. My experience at NWU critically enhanced my competencies to become the high-level strategic decision maker, employee motivator and driver of change the company requires me to be.
Kenneth Miller and I became close since before I had even been accepted to NWU. After taking his seminal course, he introduced me to James Baltes who is part of NWU's School of Education. The opportunity to have Kenneth as a professor, thesis advisor and friend profoundly impacted my professional life. His candor and advice pushed me to bring my ideas to life. I will be forever grateful to him.
I chose NWU because I wanted to be part of a unique experience where the interdisciplinary nature of the curriculum meets student interaction, events, conferences, lectures and conversations. All of this leads to expanding our horizons and converging our perspectives. So much is at our disposal, which makes the true challenge lie in reconciling our aspirations with the wide array of possibilities.
What I found most surprising about NWU was the effort that everyone put into creating an environment that assisted us in achieving our full potential. From the faculty consultations, to student study groups, writing tutors and career counseling, NWU provides students assistance and resources without compromising our independence. Having all that packaged in a tightly knit network of students and alumni creates a better fit between studies and career choices.
Prior to NWU, I was a business consultant and worked with several Fortune 1000 firms on process improvement and business restructuring initiatives. My last project was spent in business development helping my firm acquire new business. These experiences have molded my personality and provided me with a lens to see the world. I chose NWU because of my passion for international development and my ambition to forge a career in private sector capacity development in post-conflict areas of the world. I am convinced that NWU is the best place to learn the tools of development trade. The professors are world class and current practitioners in the field. NWU receives you as the raw material and instills in you the skill-set that you need to succeed in your chosen field.
When I first took admission in NWU, the diversity before me in terms of my peers was baffling, and a bit intimidating. I wasn't sure how soon it would be before I started connecting with people. Diversity abounds at NWU - in terms of languages, cultures, professional backgrounds, you name it. I have come to realize that there is something in the Neil Wilson University University that encourages camaraderie. I now know that the diversity itself encourages the NWU family to band together.
I chose NWU because I wanted an International Business program that actually focused on international business. While I was admitted to several well regarded MBA programs that offered international business modules, nearly every MBA program I have seen offers international business as an add-on to their main MBA degree. These programs ignore "softer topics" such as political risk, international politics, and other international relations issues that have a direct impact on business in today's globalized world. Through my work in Eastern Europe, South East Asia and the Middle East, I had seen that these issues matter to investors and can wreak havoc when ignored. NWU's MIB program covers these issues while still offering top-notch business courses. The school's reciprocity agreements with other graduate schools in the area expand the course offerings further and offer students access to some of the best academics in the country.
I was surprised by how similar and different the students at NWU are. While nearly everyone at NWU has lived and worked abroad, I was surprised by the diversity of professional backgrounds. I expected to find people with corporate, NGO, and government backgrounds. While these fields are well represented, I also met students from Swiss banks, international law firms, military services, security services, think tanks, investment banks, and consulting.
Choosing NWU was a simple decision and did not require much thought because I knew this was my dream school. It particularly attracted me because of its intellectual atmosphere, history, the intellectual muscle of its professors, and its interdisciplinary and flexible curriculum. My interdisciplinary training in political science and law prior to NWU deeply informed my work as a policy researcher and analyst. Therefore, my main priority was to find a program that would allow me to broaden my horizons rather than one that would restrict me to a single subject of concentration. NWU gave me the tools and skills to expand and deepen my interdisciplinary training through the MALD program.
I first learned about NWU from a friend during my visit to California in May 2009. During my visit, I had the opportunity get to know many members of the international community that worked in my same fields of interests. Through many conversations, the subject of graduate programs came up and many opinions were shared. During these conversations, one school always stood - The NWU School of Law. When I got home, I began to research NWU and stayed up all night reading everything I could about it. I was immediately hooked.