Clark University

United States of America

501-550thQS World Ranking

Clark University is a private university in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1887, it is the first all-graduate university in USA. Its adjacent to University Park about 50 miles from Boston. The birth of rocket propulsion traces its roots to Clark University also the Sigmund Freud’s famous ‘Clark Lectures’ about Psychoanalysis were given here.

The university comprises of schools and departments: Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Economics; Education (Graduate); Education (Undergraduate); English; Graduate School of Geography; School of Humanities; History; Holocaust and Genocide Studies, International Development, Community and Environment; Language, Literature and Culture; Graduate School of Management; Marsh Institute; Mathematics and Computer Science; Philosophy; School of Psychology; School of Professional Studies; Sociology and Visual and Performing Arts.  It offers more than 30 under graduate and 25 post graduate programs and the most popular majors at the university are Political Science, Business Management, Economics, Biology and Psychology.

The university has a student population of more than 3,400 of which over 2,300 are enrolled in under graduate programs. It has an intimate student to faculty ratio of 10:1 and the acceptance rate of 55%. The university follows a semester based academic calendar.

Notable Alumni: Ben Bagdikian (educator and journalist), Mark Bittman (food journalist for The New York Times and author of How to Cook Everything), Steven DePaul (Emmy Award-winning television producer)

Program
Duration
Format
Tuition Fees
Deadlines
Standard Test
English

The Community Development and Planning (CDP) program prepares current and future community development practitioners, activists, and scholars to take on the challenges and struggles facing urban areas in the United States. Students learn alternative ways of thinking and transforming communities to achieve greater equity and social justice.

First-year Common Application, Secondary school report: along with an official high school transcript, Teacher evaluation form, SAT/ACT scores, Results from any national examinations (e.g., A levels, GCSE, WASSCE, CBSE, ISCE, CXC, CAPE, etc.), Proof of English proficiency TOEFL iBT (80 or higher overall and 15 or higher on every section), or IELTS (6.5 or higher overall and 6.0 or higher on every section), or SAT Critical Reading, SAT Evidence-Based Reading (600 or higher)and Writing section (650 or higher), ACT Reading section scores (26 or higher).

Community development practitioners, Activists, Teacher, Urban Mobility Planner,Community Liason

1st Oct

English

The MA in History provides highly-motivated students with the opportunity to focus their studies on the history of the United States and of the Atlantic World under the direction of faculty. As MA students, they work in graduate seminars and upper-level undergraduate courses, and participate in individually-designed tutorials under the direction of a faculty advisor. By undertaking intensive research in primary sources in the undergraduate Honors Program during their senior year, MA students are prepared to complete the master s degree no later than August of their fifth year.

First-year Common Application, Secondary school report: along with an official high school transcript, Teacher evaluation form, SAT/ACT scores, Results from any national examinations (e.g., A levels, GCSE, WASSCE, CBSE, ISCE, CXC, CAPE, etc.), Proof of English proficiency TOEFL iBT (80 or higher overall and 15 or higher on every section), or IELTS (6.5 or higher overall and 6.0 or higher on every section), or SAT Critical Reading, SAT Evidence-Based Reading (600 or higher)and Writing section (650 or higher), ACT Reading section scores (26 or higher).

Heritage manager, Historic buildings inspector or conservation officer, Museum education officer, Museum or gallery curator, Museum or gallery exhibitions officer, Secondary school teacher

1st Oct

English

The accelerated master s degree in International Development and Social Change (IDSC) program helps students to develop innovative solutions to development problems by building understanding of the complex causes, influences, and implications of poverty, social injustice, and conflict. Rooted in the belief that effective approaches draw on many disciplines, the IDSC Accelerated M.A. employs a cross-disciplinary focus, with faculty from anthropology, economics, environmental sciences, gender studies, geography, history, and political science.

First-year Common Application, Secondary school report: along with an official high school transcript, Teacher evaluation form, SAT/ACT scores, Results from any national examinations (e.g., A levels, GCSE, WASSCE, CBSE, ISCE, CXC, CAPE, etc.), Proof of English proficiency TOEFL iBT (80 or higher overall and 15 or higher on every section), or IELTS (6.5 or higher overall and 6.0 or higher on every section), or SAT Critical Reading, SAT Evidence-Based Reading (600 or higher)and Writing section (650 or higher), ACT Reading section scores (26 or higher).

Advice worker, Community development worker, Family support worker,Further education teacher, International aid/development worker, Social researcher, Social worker, Youth worker

1st Oct

English

The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program is based on the idea that all students are powerful learners and deserve every opportunity to experience and develop the power of their minds, voices, and capabilities in meaningful learning. It begins in May after students complete their BA and extends through the following academic year. Students enter as part of a cohort team that is guided through the program by university and school mentors. They are placed with a teacher mentor in one of the Adam Institute partner schools at the beginning of the academic year and take the equivalent of 10 courses, including the teaching practicum, determined by and based on their prior course work and planned teaching level.

First-year Common Application, Secondary school report: along with an official high school transcript, Teacher evaluation form, SAT/ACT scores, Results from any national examinations (e.g., A levels, GCSE, WASSCE, CBSE, ISCE, CXC, CAPE, etc.), Proof of English proficiency TOEFL iBT (80 or higher overall and 15 or higher on every section), or IELTS (6.5 or higher overall and 6.0 or higher on every section), or SAT Critical Reading, SAT Evidence-Based Reading (600 or higher)and Writing section (650 or higher), ACT Reading section scores (26 or higher).

Community education officer, Early years teacher, Education administrator, English as a foreign language teacher, Further education teacher, Learning mentor, Primary school teacher,Secondary school teacher, Special educational needs teacher, Teaching assistant

1st Oct

English

Clark s MBA program, offered through the Graduate School of Management, provides you with a firm foundation in leadership and corporate accountability. You acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to address the ever-changing issues facing modern business leaders.

First-year Common Application, Secondary school report: along with an official high school transcript, Teacher evaluation form, SAT/ACT scores, Results from any national examinations (e.g., A levels, GCSE, WASSCE, CBSE, ISCE, CXC, CAPE, etc.), Proof of English proficiency TOEFL iBT (80 or higher overall and 15 or higher on every section), or IELTS (6.5 or higher overall and 6.0 or higher on every section), or SAT Critical Reading, SAT Evidence-Based Reading (600 or higher)and Writing section (650 or higher), ACT Reading section scores (26 or higher).

Actuarial analyst, Business analyst, Chartered management accountant, Corporate investment banker, Data analyst, Forensic accountant, Insurance underwriter, Management consultant, Operational researcher, Product manager, Project manager, Risk manager, Social media manager, Stockbroker, Sustainability consultant.

1st Oct

a) Common Application

b) $60 application fee

c) Official high school transcript and secondary school report

d) Official SAT/ACT scores

e) Typical SAT scores: Math (560-670), Critical reading (560-670),Writing (560-670), ACT (26-30)

f) Average GPA 3.57

g) TOEFL/IELTS scores if the applicant’s native language is not English

h) TOEFL IBT- 80 or higher, IELTS-6.5

i) Acceptance rate: 54% (2014)

j) Teacher evaluation form

Requirements vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific requirements.

Fees

Undergraduate: USD 45,380

Masters: USD 59,040

Fees vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.

Cost of Living

The annual cost of living at Clark University is USD 9,170 approx.

Accommodation

Yes, the university has in campus dorm facilities.

Undergraduate: Spring- October 1, Fall- January 15

Graduate: Deadlines vary for each program

Deadlines vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.

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University Stats

3390

Students

2300

Undergraduates

1060

Postgraduate

200

Faculty Strength

16

Student Faculty Ratio

55
%

Acceptance Rate

$
45380

Tuition Fees

$
9170

Living Cost

$
4650

Other Fees

3.66

Avg. GPA

60
%

Avg. Percentage

1320

Avg. SAT

* All cost are in USD