Online Now, on Campus Later!
Without leaving your country, the Global Online Learning (GOL) allows current high school students (Cohort Learning), students over 18, and high school graduates to obtain course credits that are accepted by 150+ universities in our College University Partnership (CUP). GOL courses are offered through San Mateo Colleges of Silicon Valley and will be taught by American professors.
Top Reasons for Taking GOL Classes:
- Earn Credits Accepted by UC Berkeley, USC & 150+ Universities
- Self-paced Classes Taught by Our College Professors
- Save up to 65% of University Tuition
- Freshman Scholarships and Credit Based Scholarships
- Current High School Students Accepted
- Learn from top-ranked transfer colleges professors
- Engage with American faculty & courses directly
- Free Application
Benefit of enrolling in a College Course Online
- To enhance high school academic record for university Entry
- Exposure to a college level course in the United States
- Gain general college level knowledge of a subject or to prospective major
- Transfer college course to meet unit or course credit at the University upon enrollment as a freshman (UFA)
- Transfer college course to meet unit or course credit at the University upon transfer from a community college (UTA)
Why Credits are Fundamentally Important?
Credit is the foundation of US higher education because:
- it’s the building block of curriculum for the institution and diploma for the students.
- An institution develops its budget, majors, faculty ranks, etc based on the offering of credit courses.
- Accreditation of universities and colleges, articulation between institutions, transfer, conferring of degrees are all based on credits, wherever and however they are accumulated, within standards.
- AP and IB can be regarded as a practical extension of the use of credits
Exposure to the American Education System
- Opportunity to enhance language skills and exposure to the American Educational System
- Explore ways American colleges offer courses and establish student expectations
- Develop potential lasting connections with students and instructors for future collaborations
- Develop learning and study strategies that are unique to the American educational systems; critical thinking, and independent learning