United Education Institute

United Education Institute

At UEI College and United Education Institute, our supportive faculty and staff are committed to helping you build a life and a future you can be proud of! We have dedicated financial aid representatives who will meet with you one-on one-to help you explore your payment options. Tutoring is available for when you need extra help and once it’s time to look for jobs, a dedicated career services representative will help you with your resume, interview skills and employer connections! Here are just a few more things you can expect from UEI: • Preparation for a career in as few as 10 months* • Daily support and guidance from a committed faculty and staff • Day and evening classes • Ongoing enrollment • Job placement assistance** • Financial aid is available for those who qualify If you don’t have your High School Diploma, ask us about your options! As a student in our eligible career pathway program, you’ll have the opportunity to earn your High School Diploma while you complete your career training!*** *Timing varies by program. | **UEI does not promise or guarantee employment to any student or graduate. | ***Not all programs are eligible. | Program offerings vary by campus. Riverside, Sacramento and Las Vegas are Branches of the Main Campus in Gardena. Bakersfield is a Branch of the Main Campus in Fresno. Garden Grove, Chula Vista, West Covina, Oceanside, Ontario, Stockton, Encino, Phoenix and Morrow are Branches of the Main Campus in Huntington Park. United Education Institute in Morrow and UEI Colleges in Anaheim, Garden Grove, Chula Vista, Encino, Huntington Park, Ontario, Phoenix, Oceanside, Stockton, West Covina, and Morrow are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET). United Education Institute in Las Vegas and UEI Colleges in Bakersfield, Gardena, Fresno, Riverside, and Sacramento are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

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