Princeton University

humanities

9th US-News World Ranking
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English

This program is about learning to grapple with the foundational texts and artifacts of the Western world on their own terms. It s about coming to see how classical antiquity has shaped and continues to shape the present, from the inspiration that America s Founding Fathers took from the Roman Republic, to the enduring value of authors like Homer and Virgil, to the prominent position of the Hippocratic Oath in contemporary medicine, to the lively popularity of figures from Greek and Roman mythology.

Official high school transcript, School report, Guidance counselor report, Two letter of recommendations, Typical SAT scores: Math (700-800), Critical Reading (690-800), Writing (710-800), ACT (32-35)

Archivist, Author, Archeologist, Art Dealer, Community Educator, Cultural Consultant

1st Jan

English

This program is A combination of lecture classes and limited-enrollment seminars, History courses cover two thousand years of human experience in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. The faculty approach these areas from a variety of disciplinary perspectives: Cultural, Economic, Environmental, Ethnic, Gender, Intellectual, Labor, Political, Social, and Urban history.

Official high school transcript, School report, Guidance counselor report, Two letter of recommendations, Typical SAT scores: Math (700-800), Critical Reading (690-800), Writing (710-800), ACT (32-35)

Activist, Ambassador, Author, Charity Coordinator, Community Center Director, Community Developer, Corporate Recruiter/Trainer

1st Jan

English

This program offers post-graduate study in the classics since 1869. The achievements of the many remarkable scholars who received their advanced training here stand collectively as one of our department s most significant contributions to the field.

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

Archivist, Author, Archeologist, Art Dealer, Community Educator, Cultural Consultant

1st Jan

English

This program values an approach to scholarship grounded in the particular while retaining a sense of the whole. The faculty encourage students to take as comprehensive a view of history as possible with the goal of cultivating a far-reaching understanding of the past. Throughout their enrollment, students develop the necessary skills to conduct discipline-defining research.

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

Activist, Ambassador, Author, Charity Coordinator, Community Center Director, Community Developer, Corporate Recruiter/Trainer

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