International College of Broadcasting

Overview


Tuition & Fees
$12,569
Average Salary in 10 Years
$25,900

Note: 10 years after enrolling at International College of Broadcasting

International College of Broadcasting is located in Dayton, Ohio. It is a very small private for-profit school and offers undergrad programs. It has 54 undergraduate students enrolled.

Popular majors include Visual and Performing Arts and Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs. 75% of students graduate and go on to earn an average starting salary of $19,900.

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About


🗺 6 S Smithville Road
Dayton, Ohio 45431
State Ohio
Mission The International College of Broadcasting offers an opportunity to enter the broadcast media with the training and expertise associated with many years of experience. ICB's programs offer students the combination of classroom studies with hands-on training in fully-equipped studios. ICB is one of the few colleges in the country offering a two-year intensive training program in Television and Radio as well as Video Production/Recording Audio Engineering. The industry counts on our graduates to fill ever present positions in all areas of broadcasting and media production from on-air talent to recording artists.
🌐www.icb.edu

Application


Graduation Rate


Graduation Rate
75%
within 6 years
Men Graduation Rate
75%

Cost


Can you afford to attend International College of Broadcasting?
Average Cost After Financial Aid
$17,115
for one year

Source: Dept. of Education
Published Tuition & Fees
$12,569
Excludes housing

Source: Dept. of Education
Out-of-State Cost: Tuition, Fees & Housing
$12,749
per year
In-of-State Cost: Tuition, Fees & Housing
$12,749
per year
How much debt will you graduate with?
Median Student Debt
$25,271

Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
How much will you pay each month?
$269
Median debt expressed in 10-year monthly payments

Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Note: This is the median monthly payment a graduate of International College of Broadcasting would expect to pay over 10 years.

The 3-year repayment rate is the percentage of students who are able to repay some of their student debt.

Why does this matter? A high rate means that students are making enough money so that they can pay down their student debt. A low rate means that students are having trouble paying down their loans.

International College of Broadcasting Financial Aid
Students Receiving Financial Aid
100%
of students

Source: Dept. of Education
Students Receiving a Federal Student Loan
92%
of students

Source: Dept. of Education

To learn more and apply for financial aid at International College of Broadcasting you can visit www.icb.edu.

International College of Broadcasting Tuition and Room & Board
Out-of-State Tuition
Total Cost: $12,749
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
In-State Tuition
Total Cost: $12,749
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education

Career & Salary


How much money will you make after graduating from International College of Broadcasting?

International College of Broadcasting students, on average, make $25,900 10-years after they start school (this is approximately 7-8 years after graduation).

Their salary grows by around 7% in the several years after graduation.

Average Earnings of Students from International College of Broadcasting
Annual Salary (Years after Starting School)
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Note: Data is for the number of years after you start at International College of Broadcasting. If this is a 4-year college, then 10 years after entry would be 6 years after graduation. If this is a 2-year college, then 10 years after entry would be 8 years after graduation.
How much will your income increase each year?
6.8%
in early to mid-career

Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Note: Based on average salary 6 years and 10 years after starting school at International College of Broadcasting.
Median Earnings of Students from International College of Broadcasting
Annual Salary (Years after Starting School)
Source: College Benchmark, U.S. Dept of Education
Note: Salary data is for the number of years after you start at International College of Broadcasting.
Range of Salary Outcomes 10 Years After Starting at International College of Broadcasting
Annual Salary (Years after Starting School) by Percentile
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Note: Salary data is for the number of years after you start at International College of Broadcasting.

Return on Education


What's the return on the cost of your education?

Is it worth your money to attend International College of Broadcasting? There are many ways to estimate the financial return on your education.

We use the 10-year average earnings (the 10 years start when you enroll, so if you attend a 4-year college, this would be approximately 6 years after you graduate) and the all in one year cost of attending the school. The all in cost is the sum of tuition, fees, and on-campus housing.

By comparing the two, you can get a sense if what the average graduate in early to mid career makes at least covers your cost of attending one year of school.

A higher number is better.

10-Year Average Salary vs. 1-Year Full Cost of School
2.1x

Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Note: This is the full-on cost of on year at International College of Broadcasting. Salary is for the number of years after you start at International College of Broadcasting. If this is a 4-year college, then 10 years after entry would be 6 years after graduation. If this is a 2-year college, then 10 years after entry would be 8 years after graduation.
10-Year Median Salary vs. 1-Year Full Cost of School
1.9x

Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Note: This is the full-on cost of on year at International College of Broadcasting. Salary is for the number of years after you start at International College of Broadcasting. If this is a 4-year college, then 10 years after entry would be 6 years after graduation. If this is a 2-year college, then 10 years after entry would be 8 years after graduation.
Tuition vs. Earnings
Annual Costs and Earnings
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Note: Housing costs are for on-campus housing.

Teaching


Student-Faculty Ratio
10
students per faculty

Graduate School


Can you go to grad school at International College of Broadcasting?
No
Highest degree: Associate's degree

Students


Undergraduate Focus
100%
Undergrads
54
Total Students
54
undergrads and grad students
Students over 25
45%
Student Median Household Income
$52,471
per year
(compared to U.S. median household income of $61,372 in 2017)

Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education, U.S. Census Bureau

Student Diversity


Who will be your classmates?
Women
13%
of undergraduates
Men
87%
of undergraduates
Are there more men or more women?
Mostly Men

International College of Broadcasting has significantly more male students than female students.

This means that for every 100 women, there are 669 men. Or that for every 100 men, there are 15 women.

Undergraduate Student Diversity at International College of Broadcasting
Percent of Undergrads
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
Student Age
Percent of Undergrads
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education
What do students at International College of Broadcasting study?
International College of Broadcasting Popular Majors
Percent of Students
Source: College Benchmark, Dept. of Education

The most popular majors at International College of Broadcasting are:

  1. Visual and Performing Arts
  2. Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
Approximately 100% of students choose to study one of these majors.

Student Satisfaction


Will you be happy at International College of Broadcasting?
Undergrad Full-Time Student Retention Rate
67%
Students Who Transfer Out of International College of Broadcasting
25%

Student retention rate is an indicator of student satisfaction. Retention rate is the percentage of students who continue to study at the college the following year.

Higher retention rates mean students tend to stay at the college, while lower retention rates students are unsatisfied and leave.

International College of Broadcasting has a retention rate of 67% for full-time undergrads, which is neither high nor low.

Transfers


Undergraduate Transfers
9
17% of undergraduates
Transfer In Rate
Medium

International College of Broadcasting has around 9 students who transfer into the school each year. This is a medium rate at approximately 17% of total undergraduates.

Higher transfer in rates mean that students see International College of Broadcasting as better than the college they were previously enrolled in. Higher rates also mean that there will be more new faces on campus.

Living in Dayton, Ohio


City Violent Crime Rate per 100,000
879
in 2017
Source: FBI
City Rape Rate per 100,000
87
in 2017
Source: FBI

Politics in Ohio


Presidential Election Results of 2016
Republican

Politically, Ohio tends to be Somewhat Republican. In the 2016 Presidential election, 43% of the state voted for the Democratic party, 51% voted for the Republican party, and 3% voted for neither.

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