International Technological University Located at
355 W. San Fernando St., San Jose, CA.
Phone: 888-488-4968
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  • Begin Your Journey to Greatness
    ITU’S Practical Training Program Gives Students An Edge in the Job Market
  • Build the World of Tomorrow
    ITU offers degrees in Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Engineering Management.
  • Build the World of Tomorrow
  • Be the Next Generation of Business Leaders
    MBA programs offered in bio-management, healthcare management, or any of eight other concentrations.
  • Tell Stories with a Global Impact
    Programs offered: MS in Digital Arts, MBA in Digital Media Management
  • Summer 2015 Admission

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Upcoming Business and Tech Conventions in the Bay Area

Upcoming Business and Tech Conventions in the Bay AreaConventions are great ways to expand your horizons, grow your network, learn more about your chosen industry, and find out [Read More...]

Interview Nerves: Six Prep Tips for Your Next Interview

Interview Nerves: Six Prep Tips for Your Next InterviewITU student, Priyanka Dave, shares her top six tips for a great job interview. Number 1? [Read More...]

Student Spotlight: Rahul Gopinath and the Spirit of Giving Back

Student Spotlight: Rahul Gopinath and the Spirit of Giving BackRahul Gopinath has participated in a variety of community events since becoming an ITU student, he says he decided to [Read More...]

The Future of Silicon Valley

The Future of Silicon ValleyWe talk to Dr. Hiram Willis about the future of Silicon Valley and how the inflated investments differ to that [Read More...]

ITU Journal

ITU Journal

This issue of the ITU Journal takes us back to the future! Hope inside our literary DeLorian to find an interview with Back to the Future FX director Wes Takahashi, a discussion with BoxTrolls Co-Director Anthony Stacchi, and a special feature on how to patent a time machine. Check out the ITU Journal page for this issue and more.