Miami International University of Art & Design
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Miami International University of Art & Design, formerly known as International Fine Arts College (IFAC), is a nonprofit institution owned and operated by Education Principle Foundation, which provides programs in design, media and visual arts, fashion, and culinary arts. Its sister schools are the Art Institutes, a collection of schools once owned by Education Management Corporation (EDMC) and Dream Center Education Holdings (DCEH).
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Established in 1965, the University provides career-focused education in the applied arts and design, and is located in Downtown Miami. The school is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
According to the College Navigator, the school has an overall graduation rate of 34 percent. 
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- Institution details, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.