On January 20th, the United States of America will swear in the 45th president. VIU’s northern Virginia location, only 30 minutes outside of Washington DC, provides students the opportunity to witness the event first hand. The official Oaths of Office for the President and Vice-President will take place around noon on Jan. 20th at the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. While tickets are needed to attend the ceremony, students can view the proceedings via giant video screens with audio along the National Mall. Spectators can also watch the inaugural parade on Pennsylvania Ave along the sidewalks, which are standing room only; the parade starts around 3 pm.

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5 Tips to jump start your first semester of 2017 Starting college in a new city and a new country can be scary and overwhelming, but you are not alone. Virginia International University is here to help students make the most of their experience and education. We’ve put together this list of 5 quick tips to help you settle in and make the most of your time at VIU.

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The School of Business at Virginia International University Added New Concentrations to the Master of Business Administration Program.

Virginia International University is proud to announce that the School of Business added 4 new concentrations to its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. These new concentrations will help students develop their leadership skills and advance in the popular fields of business consulting and management. The new concentrations include:

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This year, Virginia International University’s School of Business will host its first annual International Business Conference during October 27-28, at our main campus in Fairfax, Virginia.

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College-Orientation

College is a major adjustment for any new student.  This statement is especially true for new international students; not only do they have to navigate a new campus and figure out their hectic schedules, but they must adapt to an entirely new culture, new environment, and possibly a new language.

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