A network of universities that’s changing.
We operate more than 80 campus-based and online universities worldwide. And we can give you the opportunity to advance the world of education throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
We offer our students hundreds of career-focused undergraduate, master's and doctoral degree programs in such fields as architecture, art, business, culinary arts, design, education, engineering, health sciences, hospitality management, information technology, law and medicine.
With such a broad range of universities and roles, we can offer you a wide array of career opportunities. This is where you, as a faculty member or as part of our administrative team, can help guide our organization and also the future of education.
We have 6 postsecondary education schools in the U.S. focused on culinary arts and hospitality management, architecture and design, art and design, and health sciences. This creates a variety of opportunities for your career.
For more than 45 years, Walden University has served the higher education needs of working professionals. Today, you can join us and help more than 47,000 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 150 countries pursue their doctoral, master’s or bachelor’s degrees online. This is where you can join our team of scholars, researchers and distinguished leaders and leverage your expertise to deliver an engaging learning experience for our students with programs that reflect current market trends and promote positive social change. As part of the Laureate International Universities network, you’ll be able to touch lives in your community and change the world of education. How will you make your difference?
The Kendall experience is special, and you can feel the energy the moment you walk through the door. We understand globalization, foster multiculturalism, and provide access to international educational and work experiences. Our downtown Chicago campus location provides students and employees with unparalleled opportunities for work, study and play in one of the most exciting cities in the United States. While our reach extends across the globe, you’ll be part of a team that’s small enough to provide each student with the personal attention and support they need to become well-prepared for their careers. As part of the Laureate International Universities network, you can truly make your difference.
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
St Augustine, Florida
San Marcos, California
As part of the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, you’ll help us develop professional health care practitioners through innovative, individualized and quality classroom, clinical and distance education. Focused entirely on graduate students, we offer smaller class sizes and a low faculty-student ratio. This gives you more opportunities to teach and develop our students, as they focus on earning a degree that can lead to a career in health sciences. Moreover, our locations in California, Florida and Texas offer an exceptional quality of life. Our connection with the Laureate International Universities network also allows you to build your skills as well as your career. The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences is where you can put students first, collaborate and learn, and truly make your difference.
NewSchool of Architecture and Design
San Diego, California
When you build a career with NewSchool of Architecture and Design, you’ll join a globally recognized design university known for its forward–thinking professors, industry connections and inspiring campus community. Your new ideas about education, design, art and communications will be welcomed, and our students will benefit from your contributions. Located in the heart of San Diego’s vibrant design district, NewSchool is where you can help inspire students as you build your own skills and your own career. Join the Laureate International Universities network and make your difference.
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Founded in 1859, Santa Fe University of Art and Design is focused on preparing our next generation of artists, designers, innovators and entrepreneurs. This is where you’ll have the freedom to help nurture our students’ passions for traditional art forms, while also pushing the boundaries of what art means in today’s world. You’ll help cultivate their artistic and professional skills, and also build a career for yourself. As part of the Laureate International Universities network, you can help us continue to reinvent the world of art and the world of education, as you strive to make your difference.
We have campuses in 29 countries, giving you a chance to do more than your career to another level – you can take it to another continent. You’ll have access to new cultures and new opportunities.
Throughout the last 15 years, we have remained true to the compass that guides us - our mission to make quality higher education accessible and affordable so our students can pursue their dreams.
We’ve created a place where you can play a role in building bridges that connect our students, our faculty, and our institutions to the rest of the world. This is where people like you can change the world of education.
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I have been working at Laureate Education full-time (More than a year)RecommendsNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Great location. Great benefits. Nice coworkers. Appears to have good advancement opportunities. Fantastic starting salary.
Listless company goals/leadership. More than 4 major organizations changes since I've been there. The company pays a lot of lip service to being "Here for good" and student focused, but they do not back it up. If you work on the sales side, your life might be peachy. But if you're interested at all in working for the student side, expect minimal resources, broken technology, and a lot of hot air. You'll be apologizing to students A LOT for things that are fixable but the company doesn't care enough to give the money or time. There are a lot of people that care, even up to the Executive level (although many of them have now left), but it has yet to result in positive change. A lot of politics. Inconsistent management across teams. Very discouraging to see some teams consistently going to happy hour, leaving early, going to the gym for an hour when you have so much work to do that you're not sure you can even leave on time that day. They are bringing in a lot of external people lately and not saying much about future structure.
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Stop pretending. Stop chasing after the customers you don't yet have and focus on the ones you do. The students who are actually PAYING for an education even though you've done the bait and switch on them.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Laureate Education.
Met with executive team in 'get to know you' kind of meetings. Asked about biography and preferences for kind of job and location. First round was general, second round was to meet specific boss I was supposed to work for. Then a sales round after receiving offer.
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Make The Biggest Difference Serving over 950,000 students through more than 75 institutions across 29 countries, Laureate International Universities is a global provider of high-quality postsecondary education. Students come to us because we deliver exceptional, reputable degrees. Professionals choose us because they know they have the chance to change the world of education ...
Mission: With a mission to expand access to quality higher education to make the world a better place, Laureate International Universities is a place for professionals and educators with ambition. In order to help students succeed in the global marketplace, you’ll need to guide their growth, support their success and prepare them for tomorrow. After all, when our students succeed, the world benefits.