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Intakes

Jan, Sep

Deadline

Always open

Address

36 Madison Ave, Madison, NJ 07940, United States

Location info of Drew University

  • Drew’s one-of-a-kind New York City semesters on Wall Street, the United Nations, contemporary art, communications and media, theatre, social entrepreneurship, and museums and cultural management allow you to commute into the global center of culture and commerce from your campus home.
  • Drew is home to 2015 Nobel Prize winner William Campbell, a long-time fellow in RISE, a unique, hands-on research program in which industry scientists guide undergraduate work.
  • U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 list of Best National Liberal Arts Colleges has Drew as the only school in New Jersey in the top tier of 150 schools, public or private.
  • 94% of recent graduates were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.

Top Reasons to Study in Drew University

  • Drew’s hometown, Madison, N.J., is a 50-minute train ride from New York City and was recently named the third safest college town in the United States, and the safest college town in New Jersey.
  • Drew is 4th nationally in enrolling international students among baccalaureate colleges.
  • Drew offers thousands of internship opportunities at major employers such as Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Lincoln Center, Google, Sony Music, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and CNN.
  • Drew is home to 2015 Nobel Prize winner William Campbell, a long-time fellow in RISE, a unique, hands-on research program in which industry scientists guide undergraduate work.

University details

About Drew University

Drew University, a Phi Beta Kappa liberal arts university, includes the College of Liberal Arts, the Drew Theological School and the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. Drew is located on a beautiful, wooded campus in Madison, New Jersey, a thriving small town close to New York City.

It has a total enrollment of more than 2,200 students and has 136 full-time faculty members, 96% of whom hold the terminal degree in their field. The Theological and Caspersen schools offer master’s and doctoral degrees, and the College confers BA and BS degrees in 40 disciplines, with 59 available minors, and offers 18 preprofessional and 19 dual-degree programs.

Career at Drew University

The Center for Career Development is part of Launch, Drew’s leading-edge approach to undergraduate education. As a part of Launch, our team is part of a larger experiential learning network across the University community, enabling us to provide a more in-depth, intersectional career education.

Campus life

Our beautiful, wooded campus—called The Forest—is the perfect home base: a historic campus that offers the comforts of small-town living, the excitement of big-city adventure, and easy access to a world of opportunities.

Our hometown of Madison, New Jersey, is picture-perfect, with lots of shops, cafes, and places to hang out. It’s also the #1 Safest College Town in New Jersey, and #3 in the U.S., according to SafeWise. From campus, you can walk to the Madison train station, which takes you straight into the heart of midtown Manhattan in under an hour. If you’re craving more of a nature moment, that’s easy too. Head to the Poconos. Or the Catskills. Or grab your suit and hit the Jersey Shore. Of course, you might just want to stay put. Campus is humming with all kinds of events all year round, from Fern Fest to TEDxDrewUniversity.

Scholarships

1. Undergraduate Pathway:

Automatic $10,000

2. Graduate Pathway :

from$2000 to $8000

3.Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarship :

Up to $25,000 per year

•Fully admitted to Drew as an international first-year undergraduate student
•Qualified applicants automatically considered
•Renewable up to 4 years

4.Undergraduate – Drew Action Scholars:

$10,000 total ($2,500 per year)

•Fully admitted to Drew as an international first-year undergraduate student
•Application required
•Community service required for Action Scholars
•Renewable up to 4 years
•This scholarship can be added to merit scholarships

5.Undergraduate – Drew Scholarship for the Arts:

$4,000 total ($1,000 per year)

•Applicants for admission with a demonstrated talent for Arts
•Requires an application and good academic standing
•Renewable up to 4 years
•This scholarship can be added to merit scholarships

 

Ranking & Accreditation of Drew University

  • #4 in the US for undergraduate international student enrollment (Open Doors Report 2021, Institute of International Education).
  • #17 US liberal arts universities whose physical science majors earn PhDs (National Science Foundation).
  • Drew’s Theatre program is ranked among the top 20 in the US (The Princeton Review 2021).
  • Drew’s hometown, Madison, is the safest college town in New Jersey and the third safest college town in the US (Safewise 2020).
  • Top 40 in Political Science (The Princeton Review 2019).
  • U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 list of Best National Liberal Arts Colleges has Drew as the only school in New Jersey in the top tier of 150 schools, public or private.

Student Accommodation at Drew University

Student Residences:

  • Convenient on-campus locations close to classrooms, libraries, the athletic center and dining
  • Housing for graduate students not required or guaranteed but open depending on availability
  • Live-in student staff to assist residents 24 hours per day
  • Securely locked exterior doors
  • Wireless high-speed internet
  • Lounges with televisions and games such as billiards and table tennis
  • Study lounges
  • Laundry facilities

 

Programs at Drew University

Master

  1. Arts&Letters (MLitt)
  2. Data Analytics (M.S.)
  3. Education (M.A.)
  4. Finance (M.S.)
  5. Financial Engineering-Finance (M.S.)
  6. History&Culture (MA)
  7. Investment Management-Finance (M.S.)
  8. Medical Humanities (MMH)
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Bachelor

  1. Accounting (B.A.)
  2. Liberal Arts (B.A.)
  3. Liberal Arts: Business (intended) (B.A.)
  4. Liberal Arts: Anthropology (intended) (B.A.)
  5. Liberal Arts: Art (intended) (B.A.)
  6. Liberal Arts: Art History (intended) (B.A.)
  7. Liberal Arts: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (intended) (B.S.)
  8. Liberal Arts: Biology (intended) (B.A. or B.S.)
  9. Liberal Arts: Chemistry (intended) (B.A. or B.S.)
  10. Liberal Arts: Chinese Studies (intended) (B.A.)
  11. Liberal Arts: Classics (intended) (B.A.)
  12. Liberal Arts: Computer Science (intended) (B.S.)
  13. Liberal Arts: Creative Writing (intended) (B.A.)
  14. Liberal Arts: Cybersecurity (intended) (B.S.)
  15. Liberal Arts: Economics (intended) (B.A.)
  16. Liberal Arts: Engineering (combined degree) (intended) (B.S.)
  17. Liberal Arts: Engineering Physics (intended) (B.S.)
  18. Liberal Arts: English (intended) (B.A.)
  19. Liberal Arts: Environmental Science (intended) (B.S.)
  20. Liberal Arts: Environmental Studies & Sustainability (intended) (B.A.)
  21. Liberal Arts: Finance (intended) (B.S.)
  22. Liberal Arts: French (intended) (B.A.)
  23. Liberal Arts: German Studies (intended) (B.A.)
  24. Liberal Arts: History (intended) (B.A.)
  25. Liberal Arts: International Relations (intended) (B.A.)
  26. Liberal Arts: Italian (intended) (B.A.)
  27. Liberal Arts: Mathematics (intended) (B.A.)
  28. Liberal Arts: Media & Communications (intended) (B.A.)
  29. Liberal Arts: Music (intended) (B.A.)
  30. Liberal Arts: Neuroscience (intended) (B.S.)
  31. Liberal Arts: Nursing (combined degree) (intended) (B.A.)
  32. Liberal Arts: Pan-African Studies (intended) (B.A.)
  33. Liberal Arts: Philosophy (intended) (B.A.)
  34. Liberal Arts: Physics (intended) (B.A. or B.S.)
  35. Liberal Arts: Political Science (intended) (B.A.)
  36. Liberal Arts: Psychology (intended) (B.A.)
  37. Liberal Arts: Public Health (intended) (B.A.)
  38. Liberal Arts: Religion, Comparative (intended) (B.A.)
  39. Liberal Arts: Sociology (intended) (B.A.)
  40. Liberal Arts: Spanish (intended) (B.A.)
  41. Liberal Arts: Statistics (intended) (B.S.)
  42. Liberal Arts: Teaching (combined degree) (intended) (B.A.)
  43. Liberal Arts: Theatre Arts (intended) (B.A.)
  44. Liberal Arts: Women’s and Gender Studies (intended) (B.A.)
  45. Liberal Arts: Writing and Communication Studies (intended) (B.A.)
  46. Marketing (B.A)
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Master, Pre-Master’s

Progression programs:

  1. Data Analytics-M.S.
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Master, Pre-Master’s

Progression programs:

  1. Education-M.A.
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Master, Pre-Master’s

Progression programs:

  1. Finance-M.S.
  2. Financial Engineering-Finance-M.S.
  3. Investment Management-Finance-M.S.
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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology-B.S.
  2. Biology-B.A.
  3. Biology-B.S.
  4. Chemistry-B.A.
  5. Neuroscience-B.A.
  6. Public Health-B.A.
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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Accounting-B.A.
  2. Business-B.A.
  3. Economics-B.A.
  4. Finance-B.S.
  5. Marketing-B.A.
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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Computer Science-B.S.
  2. Cybersecurity-B.S.
  3. Engineering (Dual Degree Programs – Columbia and Washington U)-B.S.
  4. Statistics-B.S.
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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Anthropology-B.A.
  2. Art History-B.A.
  3. Chinese Studies-B.A.
  4. Classical Studies-B.A.
  5. Communications-B.A.
  6. Creative Writing-B.A.
  7. Economics-B.A.
  8. English-B.A.
  9. French-B.A.
  10. German Studies-B.A.
  11. History-B.A.
  12. International Relations-B.A.
  13. Italian-B.A.
  14. Media and Communications-B.A.
  15. Pan-African Studies-B.A.
  16. Philosophy-B.A.
  17. Political Science-B.A.
  18. Psychology-B.A.
  19. Religion, Comparative-B.A.
  20. Sociology-B.A.
  21. Spanish-B.A.
  22. Women’s and Gender Studies-B.A.
  23. Writing and Communication Studies-B.A.

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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Communications-B.A.
  2. English-B.A.
  3. Media and Communications-B.A.
  4. Writing and Communication Studies-B.A.
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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology-B.S.
  2. Biology-B.A.
  3. Biology-B.S.
  4. Chemistry-B.A.
  5. Computer Science-B.S.
  6. Engineering Physics-B.S.
  7. Environmental Science-B.A.
  8. Environmental Studies & Sustainability-B.A.
  9. Mathematics-B.A.
  10. Neuroscience-B.A.
  11. Physics-B.A.
  12. Physics-B.S.
  13. Public Health-B.A.

 

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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Computer Science-B.S.
  2. Engineering (Dual Degree Programs – Columbia and Washington U)-B.S.
  3. Engineering Physics-B.S.
  4. Mathematics-B.A.
  5. Physics-B.A.
  6. Physics-B.S.
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Bachelor, International year one

Progression programs:

  1. Art History-B.A.
  2. Art-B.A.
  3. Music-B.A.
  4. Theatre Arts-B.A.
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Master

  1. Divinity (MDiv)
  2. Religion (MAR)
  3. Sacred Theology (STM)
  4. Theology and Ministry (MATM)
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