Princeton University

Princeton University is the fourth oldest educational institute in the history of US higher education sector. The university which is privately held was started in the year 1746. Map wise Princeton University is located somewhere between the New York City and Philadelphia.

The most precise location is at the suburban town of Princeton in NJ. At Princeton the University is spread lavishly across 500 acres of land. The University boasts of a world famous art museum, library, laboratory and other notable buildings within the campus. Students at Princeton University can choose from among six residential college buildings and 12 eating clubs within the campus.

Princeton University offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral study programmes for students across the globe. The total number of undergraduate enrollment at Princeton University is approximately five thousand. The undergraduate courses mainly on offer at Princeton University are Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science (in Engineering).

All undergraduate students at Princeton University have to write and submit a thesis as part of their study program. The graduate schools at Princeton University cater to the needs of students in the following subjects – humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering etc. Graduate programs can be accessed through School of Engineering & Applied Sciences and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs.

The tuition and other fees for students on an average is less than $37000 and the academic calendar at Princeton University is semester based.
A student can choose from among the following subjects for a master’s degree program at Princeton University – Finance, Public affairs & Public policy, Architecture and Engineering.

The University is also popular for its outstanding financial aid programs for all new entrants and existing undergraduate students.The faculty at Princeton University is highly qualified and research oriented. Students at Princeton University also get lucky to attend the classes of Nobel laureates, MacArthur fellows, and Pulitzer winners occasionally.

Similarly few notable alumni of Princeton University include the following – Former US president Woodrow Wilson, current First Lady Michelle Obama, John Forbes Nash of the ‘A Beautiful Mind’ fame etc.

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