Princeton University offers courses at the honors as well as higher level. Also known for offering advanced placement courses, students across the world prefer enrolling at this university preferably because of its varied learning community and unrivaled academic instruction.
|Name of the Institution||Princeton University|
|Type of Institution||Private|
|Affiliation||Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association|
|Courses Offered||Undergraduate Studies
Doctor of Philosophy ( Ph.D)
|Admission Procedure/ Eligibility Criteria||Undergraduate International candidates applying at Princeton must submit their Princeton’s Supplement and Common application at the university campus. Those applying for financial aid can request for a fee waiver. Applicants who have already enrolled at some other university or college degree program are not eligible for applying at the Princeton University. Applicants who don’t have English as their native language need to appear for tests like TOEFL/SAT/ACT. In addition, applicants need to provide their school reports, letter of recommendation (3) at the time of admission.
Candidates are admitted to the graduate school only once in a year (fall session). The application form for domestic candidates and international applicants are same. Candidates need to submit their application form latest by December.
|Scholarships/Financial aid||Undergraduate Princeton University offers need-based financial assistance to students. The financial assistance awarded covers the difference between Princeton’s expenses and the amount that a candidate’s parents are expected to provide for their child’s education.
Students admitted to the doctoral programs are offered financial aid in form of assistantships/fellowships.
Tuition Fees: $37,000
Approximate miscellaneous expenses: $3601
Room and Board:$12,069
Total Expenses ( approximate): $52,670
Tuition Fees: $38,620
|Examinations & Results||The university follows the semester pattern for conducting examination.|
|Established in the Year||1746|
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|Distance Learning||In 2000,Princeton University had decided to offer online courses in arts and sciences in collaboration with Oxford, Yale and Stanford. However, by 2001 the university dropped its idea of doing the same and decided to join hands with MIT and Harvard to come up with online academic resources.|