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YESHIVA STUDENTS SAVE THOUSANDS IN TUITION WHILE EARNING AN M B A OR MASTERS IN EDUCATION



T.E.A.M., a New York-based educational organization, is expanding its innovative approach towards higher education in the Jewish community by providing its students with more opportunities to earn M.B.A.s and Masters in Education Degrees.

“Many men and women complete yeshiva with a B.A. in Jewish studies, but are left with limited options for educational advancement with these hard earned degrees,” says Aaron Braunstein, the program director of T.E.A.M. “We allow student to use their yeshiva degree to directly enter accredited graduate programs at group tuition discounted rates. These graduate programs provide a comfortable environment without sacrificing curriculum standard or content.”

T.E.A.M. has special relationships with Ellis University for the M.B.A. Program and Aspen University for the General Education M.S. Ed. Both schools are fully accredited and nationally recognized. Students earn their M.B.A. while receiving an instant 56 percent tuition reduction (total cost $11,500).Students who wish to earn their Education degree receive an instant 25 percent tuition reduction (total cost $8,800).

Both the summer classes, held in Queens, for the Education program and the M.B.A. classes, held in Brooklyn, begin on July 21st and run through August 11th. Enrolled students will take the expedited evening summer classes in their chosen field of study for three weeks after which they will then finish their degree entirely online at their own pace from any location.

“An accredited degree from a nationally recognized university propels students into higher salary brackets, enabling them to achieve financial goals previously beyond their reach,” Braunstein observed. Students can enroll either online at www.GoTeamEd.com,or by calling the office at (347) 560-TEAM. Mr. Braunstein makes himself available to talk to students, and can be reached at (516) 528-8871. “Your degree,” Braunstein sums up, “is closer than you think!”