Princeton University

Princeton University is located in New Jersey, Trenton.

It is ranked as #1 in Best National University.

It is a private University.

Princeton University offers following types of degrees and certificate programs:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Master's degree
  • Doctor's degree in research

Acceptance rate at Princeton University for undergraduate program was 5.48%.

Last year, 35370 students applied for undergraduate program and 1940 got accepted.

Acceptance rate of 5.48% makes it relatively tough to get admission.

2946 enrolled in graduate programs, which includes on campus and online Master's programs.

Princeton University had 5674 students enrolled in undergraduate programs.

Princeton University offers 45 graduate programs specialization.

Princeton University does not have an open admission policy. It’s admission process is relatively tough.

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Ranking

Princeton University has been ranked 1.

Admission

Acceptance Rate: 5.48%

Tuition

Tuition for Graduate Programs: $49,450

Under Graduate Program Tuition: $49,450

Financial Aid

Average Amount of Financial Aid Awarded: $50,655

Average Amount of Institutional Aid Awarded: $48,295

Princeton University most popular Master's Degree programs with respect to student count are

Public Policy Analysis : 95
Chemistry : 31
Electrical and Electronics Engineering : 30
Electrical and Electronics Engineering : 28
Chemistry : 26

Princeton University most popular under graduate programs with respect to student count are

Econometrics and Quantitative Economics : 125
Public Policy Analysis : 116
History : 77
Political Science and Government : 75
Operations Research : 56