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School of the Art Institute of Chicago

School of the Art Institute of Chicago is located in Springfield, Illinois.

It is a private University.

School of the Art Institute of Chicago offers following types of degrees and certificate programs:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Postbaccalaureate certificate
  • Master's degree

Acceptance rate at School of the Art Institute of Chicago for undergraduate program was 57.04%.

Last year, 6410 students applied for undergraduate program and 3656 got accepted.

Acceptance rate of 57.04% makes it not so competitive to get admission.

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

School of the Art Institute of Chicago had 3175 students enrolled in undergraduate programs.

2 students were enrolled in top 1 Masters degree programs.

School of the Art Institute of Chicago offers 13 graduate programs specialization.

School of the Art Institute of Chicago does not have an open admission policy. It’s admission process is relatively easy.

MAT students have a high rate of securing well-paying teaching jobs upon graduation. In addition to their classroom work, students gain hands-on experience producing the annual departmental publication and have opportunities for internships and jobs both at SAIC and beyond.

Ranking

Admission

Acceptance Rate: 77.78%

Tuition

Tuition for Graduate Programs: $42,952

Under Graduate Program Tuition: $49,841

Financial Aid

Average Amount of Financial Aid Awarded: $16,952

Average Amount of Institutional Aid Awarded: $16,231

School of the Art Institute of Chicago most popular Master's Degree programs with respect to student count are

Fine/Studio Arts : 143
Art History, Criticism and Conservation : 26
Art Therapy/Therapist : 13
Fashion/Apparel Design : 11
Visual and Performing Arts : 9

School of the Art Institute of Chicago most popular under graduate programs with respect to student count are

Fine/Studio Arts : 617
Visual and Performing Arts : 10
Art History, Criticism and Conservation : 10