Tổng Đài Miễn Cước/Toll-Free: 18002055

Princeton University

Princeton University

Princeton University

Address

Address: Princeton, NJ 08544, United States 

School Details

Student Life in Princeton

  • 300 student organizations 
  • 38 sport clubs 
  • 15 chaplaincies 
  • Restaurants with a mix of Asian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Latin American and other cuisines 
  • Wide variety of retail outlets 

Area

  • Located on 500 acres in the bustling heart of New Jersey 
  • Visitors can take a tour to explore the surrounding region, including: 
  • The town of Princeton 
  • Princeton Batterfield, Delaware and Raritan Canal towpath 
  • Charles H. Rogers Wildlife Refuge/Institute Woods. 

Ranking (US News)

  • #1 in National Universities 
  • #1 in Best Undergraduate Teaching  
  • #1 in Best Value Schools 

Student Population (Undergraduate)

  • Total: 5,267 
  • International: 643 
  • Men/Women percentage: 50/50 

Entry Requirements

  • TOEFL/IELTS/PTE Academic: Required (nonnative speakers of English without 3 years of high school in English) 
  • SAT or ACT: Required 
  • Two SAT Subject Tests: Recommended 

Tuition & Fees

  • Tuition: $54,070 
  • Room charge: $10,520 
  • Board rate: $7,360 
  • Residential college fee: $970 
  • Estimated miscellaneous expenses: $3,500 

Financial Aid

  • Yes 
  • Average annual grant: $56,500 
  • 61% of undergraduate students receives financial aid 

Overview

“Princeton University has a longstanding commitment to service, reflected in Princeton’s informal motto — Princeton in the nation’s service and the service of humanity — and exemplified by the extraordinary contributions that Princetonians make to society.” - Christopher L. Eisgruber President of Princeton University, Class of 1983 

Princeton was ranked No. 1 among national universities for the eighth year in a row by U.S. News and World Report. 

Academics

Princeton is unique in being a great research university with a profound commitment to the liberal arts. We provide a liberal arts education to all undergraduates, broadening their outlooks, and helping form their characters and values. We encourage students to explore ideas and methods across the humanities, arts, natural sciences, engineering and social sciences. When you graduate from Princeton, you will be prepared for whatever path and passions you choose in life. 

Princeton’s commitment to undergraduate education is profound. As a student, you benefit from the extraordinary resources of a world-class teaching and research university, and our low student-to-faculty ratio means you are able to develop close working relationships with professors who are leaders in their fields. Our curriculum emphasizes learning, creativity, innovation and collaboration with a program of liberal arts in the humanities, arts, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering. You will explore many disciplines and also develop a deep understanding in one area of concentration. 

As a graduate student at Princeton, with our focus on doctoral education, a select number of master’s degree programs. Ph.D. degrees across the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering emphasize original and independent scholarship, you will become part of a community of scholars at one of the world’s leading research universities. You will work closely with our distinguished faculty, who routinely push the frontiers of human knowledge with their research and scholarship. 

Link for more information:  

Undergraduate: https://odoc.princeton.edu/ 

Graduate: https://gradschool.princeton.edu/

  • Princeton University
  • Princeton University
  • Princeton University
School Suggestions
University
20,000 US$ - 30,000 US$
University of Illinois at Chicago
University
30,000 US$ - 40,000 US$
University
40,000 US$ - 50,000 US$
University
20,000 US$ - 30,000 US$
University
20,000 US$ - 30,000 US$