Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University is located in North Carolina, Raleigh.

It is ranked as #27 in Best National University.

It is a private University.

Wake Forest University offers following types of degrees and certificate programs:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Postbaccalaureate certificate
  • Master's degree
  • Doctor's degree in research
  • Doctor's degree for professional practice

Acceptance rate at Wake Forest University for undergraduate program was 29.4%.

Last year, 12937 students applied for undergraduate program and 3803 got accepted.

Acceptance rate of 29.4% makes it difficult to get into to get admission.

3176 enrolled in graduate programs, which includes on campus and online Master's programs.

415 are reported as enrolled exclusively in distance education and 20 are enrolled in at least one distance education course, but not all distance education.

Wake Forest University had 5244 students enrolled in undergraduate programs.

12 students were enrolled in top 4 Masters degree programs.

Wake Forest University offers 46 graduate programs specialization.

Wake Forest University does not have an open admission policy. It’s admission process is difficult to get into.

For those without stipends, we try to help you find jobs on campus or at the Med School campus. For graduates entering the workforce, graduate-level educations in bioethics is relevant to a variety of jobs, including health administration, clinical care, and research, law, and public policy.


Wake Forest University has been ranked 27.


Acceptance Rate: 29.4%


Tuition for Graduate Programs: $38,650

Under Graduate Program Tuition: $52,348

Financial Aid

Average Amount of Financial Aid Awarded: $35,473

Average Amount of Institutional Aid Awarded: $40,124

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

Business Administration and Management -MBA : 270
Law : 153
Accounting , Accountancy : 126
Medicine : 106
Physician Assistant : 89

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

Economics : 124
Finance : 114
Political Science and Government : 106
Psychology : 100
Communication : 97