Princeton University, established more than 270 years ago, is the fourth-oldest college in the country. A world-renowned research university, Princeton is No. 1 in the National Universities ranking. Princeton offers first-rate academic resources, from specialized libraries to state-of-the-art laboratories and even an art museum on campus. The institution also has one of the highest four-year graduation rates in the nation. Home to Rhodes scholars and high-achieving students, Princeton has educated past U.S. presidents, Supreme Court justices, Olympic medalists, and Nobel Prize winners. This university is a member of IVY League Universities in the USA.
Princeton university Courses
Following are the Princeton University graduate programs
- History Department
- Computer Science
University Admissions Requirements
Common Application or Coalition Application, or Universal College Application
University online application P.G
Application Deadline: January 1st
Application Fees: $70
Acceptance Rate: 6%
Admission interview: Recommended
Required standardized tests: Either SAT or ACT
SAT 1460 / ACT 32
SAT/ACT scores must be received by: January 1st
Scores from either the GRE or the GMAT exam
GRE 329 / GMAT 556 / GRE Quantitative / GRE Verbal 161
TOFEL IBT/ PBT: both accept able or overall, 100 & higher with 25+ in each 28+ in Speaking
Average Academic Score
Requirements may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific requirements.
University Tuition Fees
Princeton University tuition fee for international students is 56,010$ for U.G & 57,690$ per year for P.G.
University Scholarships Program
Princeton University scholarships for international students
Grants 100% to 82% depending upon your parent’s financial income & grades
available for U.G & P.G applicants.
International student contact
Senior Associate Dean of Admission