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Oglethorpe University is private liberal arts college located in Brookhaven, Georgia, United States. Established in 1835, it is ranked 33 among the best entrepreneurial colleges in the US. The university also has 300+ internship partnerships with 22 study abroad centers across the world.
|UG Application Portal||Official website|
|Annual Endowment||USD 19.7 million|
|Student Retention Rate||74%|
|Mode of Programs||Full time; Part-time|
|Campus Housing Capacity||678|
|Annual Cost of Attendance||USD 53,490|
Intake Season – November – March (Date varies with programs)
Applications for all the programs must be submitted on the official website.
|Expense||Cost in USD|
|Room and Board||12,960|
|On-Campus Other Budget||2,750|
|Books and Supplies||1,100|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$30,000 / Year|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$30,000 / Year|
Rank (Out of Colleges)
#588 [Out of 650]
based on 1 student ratings
I discovered Oglethorpe when I got an email from the university about applying. The admission process was simple. I applied for free and got my acceptance shortly after. I did not initially plan to attend Oglethorpe; initially, It was one of my two back-up schools. I applied to four schools and was accepted into two. I chose Oglethorpe because I liked the programs it offered, and I really appreciated its motto: Nescit Cedar. I later discovered that Nescit Cedar is Latin for he does not know how to give up. That really resonated with me because of my personal life experiences. I graduated 15th out of 200 or so students in my high school. I felt proud to step into my new life as a Stormy Petrel.
The Course Curriculum is well-organized, stimulating, and thought-provoking. OU incorporates liberal arts into each of its courses. The core curriculum is connected by philosophy and its foundation in making a well-rounded person.
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