Dartmouth College

United States of America

169thQS World Ranking

Originally founded in 1769 to educate Native Americans, Dartmouth College is a private research university located in scenic Hanover, NH. Dartmouth may be the smallest Ivy League school, but it distinguishes itself through the top-tier academics and a flourishing social community.

Dartmouth College through person-to-person teaching and opportunities to create and apply knowledge on campus and across the globe instills a love of learning among its students and empowers for a lifetime of leadership. Its 4 Graduate Schools (Geisel School of Medicine, School of Graduate and Advance Studies, Thayer School of Engineering and Tuck School of Business) train practitioners and scholars whose discoveries change the world. Above 6000 students are taught and mentored by outstanding faculty (Approx. 1000) belonging to a dynamic community.

Dartmouth guarantees to meet 100 % of the demonstrated need of every admitted student who applies to financial aid at the time of admission. Dartmouth practices need-blind admissions for all applicants without regard to their financial circumstances. For International students, financial need is taken into consideration as one of many factors at the time of admission. Dartmouth College has scholarships and loans available, which includes an allowance for travel to the US.

Dartmouth develops close enduring connections through intellectual discovery, athletics, the arts, community service and more. Dartmouth College educates the most promising students and prepares them for a lifetime of learning and of responsible leadership, through a faculty dedicated to teaching and the creation of knowledge.

Notable alumni: Dr. Seuss (Author) and Meryl Streep (Actress) 

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English

Dartmouth offers a 4+1 program to provide their undergraduate students an opportunity to acquire a broader and deeper education in modern techniques of biophysical chemistry. With integration of the courses and a substantial effort in the independent research carried out during the senior year, the MS can be obtained in one year directly after completing the AB at Dartmouth.

An official transcript of all undergraduate and of any graduate work completed, Three letters of recommendation, The result of the verbal aptitude, quantitative aptitude, analytical aptitude, and chemistry achievement portions of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), TSE Test scores are required, TOEFL: 550, IELTS: 6.5, Students wishing to enter the program must demonstrate proficiency in each of the following areas: biochemistry, chemistry, calculus and physics.

Biomedical supply firms or pharmaceutical companies, Clinics and hospitals, Government agencies, Private laboratories, Research.

10th Jan

English

There are no limits to what you can do with an African and African American Studies degree. A major or minor in this area will provide an invaluable foundation in critical thinking, research, writing, and analysis skills that form the core of a liberal arts education. The interdisciplinary nature of AAAS allows for a rich and challenging course of inquiry, benefiting students with interests in history, policy, culture, language, law, foreign affairs, and education, among other areas. The African and African American Studies (AAAS) Program offers a multidisciplinary program designed to provide students with a critical understanding of the history, art and cultures, economics, politics and social organization of the African diaspora. The focused as well as comparative study of Africa, North America and the Caribbean are central components of the program.

Common Application Early Decision Agreement , Common Application , Dartmouth Writing Supplement , Secondary School Report with Transcript and School Profile, Secondary School Report: Counselor Recommendation , Teacher Evaluation 1, Teacher Evaluation 2, Test scores: TOEFL: 100, IELTS: 7, SAT with essay or ACT with writing.

Business, Academics, Advocacy, Politics, Government, Publishing, Arts, Research.

1st Jan

English

Anthropology majors may choose to concentrate in one or more subfields of anthropology by taking at least four courses in: archaeology, biological anthropology, or cultural anthropology. Archaeology is the scientific study of past human behavior and societies from material remains of the earliest human ancestors to recent times. *Biological anthropology is the study of human biological variation and evolution. Biological anthropologists seek to document and explain the patterning of biological variation among contemporary human populations, trace the evolution of our lineage through time in the fossil record, and provide a comparative perspective on human uniqueness by placing our species in the context of other living primates. Cultural anthropology addresses broad questions about what it means to be human in contemporary societies and cultures, as well as those of the recent past. Cultural anthropologists systematically explore topics such as technology and material culture, social organization, economies, political and legal systems, language, ideologies and religions, health and illness, and social change.

Common Application Early Decision Agreement , Common Application , Dartmouth Writing Supplement , Secondary School Report with Transcript and School Profile, Secondary School Report: Counselor Recommendation , Teacher Evaluation 1, Teacher Evaluation 2, Test scores: TOEFL: 100, IELTS: 7, SAT with essay or ACT with writing.

Archaeological research in private companies, Forest service archaeologist , Tribal culture resource management , Law and court advocacy, Museum education specialist, Primate conservation, Non-profit/non-governmental organizations, Private investigations/CIA analyst, Tribal police, Teaching/education.

1st Jan

English

Students planning an Art History major must first complete a Major Worksheet (available outside the Department office) which needs to be completed and then signed by the Department Chair, before it s submitted to the Department Administrator. The BA program prepares students for careers in both academia and the art world by providing exceptional grounding in art from globally diverse cultures and by encouraging students to explore a range of historical strategies, research techniques, and critical theories.

Common Application Early Decision Agreement , Common Application , Dartmouth Writing Supplement , Secondary School Report with Transcript and School Profile, Secondary School Report: Counselor Recommendation , Teacher Evaluation 1, Teacher Evaluation 2, Test scores: TOEFL: 100, IELTS: 7, SAT with essay or ACT with writing.

Museums, Art galleries, Curators, University professors, Archivists, Museum registrars, Museum technicians, Preservationists, Art restorers.

1st Jan

English

China has one of the strongest and fastest growing economies in the world, and understanding the Chinese culture and language can make you a more desirable job candidate. This course introduces theories of identity, discourse, and communication, and illustrates how Asian and Middle Eastern cultures employ language to construct and reflect values, identities and institutions, to create relationships and project personal status, and to perform actions (such as ending a phone call, apologizing, paying compliments, and negotiating business deals). Being able to use Arabic also gives you access to roughly 1500 years of Arab cultural riches. Why read the Bible in Hebrew For one thing, every translation is an interpretation. If you can read Hebrew, you can better decide for yourself what the literature means.

Common Application Early Decision Agreement , Common Application , Dartmouth Writing Supplement , Secondary School Report with Transcript and School Profile, Secondary School Report: Counselor Recommendation , Teacher Evaluation 1, Teacher Evaluation 2, Test scores: TOEFL: 100, IELTS: 7, SAT with essay or ACT with writing.

Banking, Finance & Accountancy, Charity, Not-for-profit & NGO, Culture, Travel, Tourism, Translator, Interpreter.

1st Jan

a) Common Application

b) $80 application fee or fee waiver

c) Official high school transcript and School Profile

d) Letter of recommendation (Counselor) and Two Teacher Evaluations

e) Official SAT/ACT scores

f) Typical SAT scores- Critical reading (670-780), Math (680-780), Writing (670-790), ACT (30-34)

g) Average GPA 4.06

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

i) Acceptance rate is 10.5%

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

Fees

Bachelors: $53,496

Masters: Fees vary for each program

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

Cost of Living

The annual cost of living at Dartmouth college $15,800.

Accommodation

Yes, the university has in campus dorm facilities.

Bachelors: January 1

Masters: Deadlines vary for each program.

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

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Global

197
US News
183
QS
201 -300
Shanghai
99
Times Higher Education
183
Guardian
160
GTU Rank

Regional

United States of America
12
US News
43
QS
71 -99
Shanghai
41
Times Higher Education
12
Forbes
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University Stats

6409

Students

931

International Students

4310

Undergraduates

2099

Postgraduate

790

Faculty Strength

3

International Faculty

8

Student Faculty Ratio

11
%

Acceptance Rate

$
53496

Tuition Fees

$
15800

Living Cost

$
8450

Other Fees

3.7

Avg. GPA

* All cost are in USD