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Barnard College is all women’s liberal arts college. The college offers courses in the field of Architecture, Dance, Law, Art History, religion, Psychology, Neuroscience and Literature. The college has a total enrollment of 2,473 undergraduates.
During Fall 2018 admissions, the college received 7897 applications out of which 1099 were accepted by the college. The acceptance rate of the college is 14% making the admissions extremely competitive.
|Application Portal||Common Application|
|Application Fee||75 USD|
|Institutional Code||SAT - 2038|
ACT - 2718
|Mode of Payment||Debit Card/ Credit Card|
|English proficiency test scores||TOEFL, IELTS|
|6-Year Graduation Rate||92%|
|Contact details for International Studentsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Early Decision is a binding admission plan for first-year applicants. If an applicant is admitted in Early Decision, then the applicant has to withdraw all other applications.
|Early decision||November 1|
|Regular decision||January 1|
Barnard College has about 10% of international students in its student body. The international students those who wish to apply for the Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the College have to submit the common application form.
There are no minimum requirements for English proficiency. However, the most competitive candidates for admission generally receive the following scores -
|TOEFL IBT||100 or higher|
Barnard College offers bachelor’s degrees in approximately 50 fields. The most popular courses at Barnard College include Social Sciences, Psychology, Visual and Performing Arts, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, English Language and Literature. The admission criteria for different UG courses are mentioned below:
How to Apply: Common application
Application Fee: 75 USD
|SAT Reading & Writing (Middle of 50%)||640-740|
|SAT Math (Middle of 50%)||660-760|
|ACT Composite (Middle of 50%)||30-33|
The college considers school records, recommendations, writing, and test scores while evaluating an application. The college carefully considers candidates' talent, abilities, interests, and personal history. While admission is highly selective, it is also holistic; no one criterion or score determines acceptance.