BASH CAREER INSTITUTE (BCI) Admission Requirements
In order to be eligible for admission to the school, a student must have a High School diploma from an accredited high school or its equivalent (GED Certificate)
- Be interviewed by a Bash Career Institute admission representative
- Take a tour the School facilities.
- Provide proof of a High School Diploma, or GED
- Complete a student enrollment agreement.
- Arrange for Tuition Financing with the BCI Office financial representative
- Receive approval of acceptance from the Director of the school.
Students may apply at any time but may only start their program of study on specified start dates. Students interested in attending Career Institute are encouraged to contact the school well in advance of their intended start date since classes have limited enrollment and the morning and evening class schedules tend to fill up fast.
If you have any questions regarding admissions requirements just call one of our admissions representatives at 972-863-7144″ and they will be happy to assist you.
The school strongly recommends that any person who is not a high school graduate and has not yet obtained their high school equivalency (GED), do so as soon as possible.
Applicants who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States may enroll at PCI with an appropriate Student Visa granted by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Credit for Previous Training or Work Experience
Applicants who have previous training or related work experience may be issued credit in course time and tuition cost. This credit may only be granted on the basis of a written evaluation by an authorized school official.
BCI is an equal opportunity employer and follows the same policies in accepting applications from prospective students. No one will be denied admission on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, age, race, color, creed, national origin, religion or disability.
All Rights Reserved by Bash Career Institute.
BCI reserves the right to deny enrollment to any applicant who does not comply with the School’s policies and procedures, or when evidence exists that the applicant’s enrollment would be incompatible with the aims and objectives of the School, or when, in the judgment of the School, the applicant’s presence on campus would not be in the best interests of the applicant, the School, or the general student population.