Princeton University

masters in art and archaeology

9th US-News World Ranking
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This program is is designed to prepare students for teaching and research at the university level, curatorial positions in museums, and other careers in the visual arts. The department s intimate size, together with Princeton s commitment to teaching, ensures scholarly flexibility and close working relationships with faculty. Interdisciplinary study thrives at Princeton, and students are encouraged to take courses in related fields of the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Architecture.

Official transcripts, Three letters of recommendation, Statement of purpose, Resume

Lecturer on contract, Project Coordinator, Experimental Media Arts, Assistant Epigraphist

1st Jan

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University Stats

8105

Students

1790

International Students

5260

Undergraduates

2845

Postgraduate

1261

Faculty Strength

5

Student Faculty Ratio

7
%

Acceptance Rate

$
51870

Tuition Fees

$
17150

Living Cost

$
4430

Other Fees

3.85

Avg. GPA

92
%

Avg. Percentage

* All cost are in USD