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Drew University

 

Top 100 "Best Liberal Arts Colleges" (US News & World Report, 2015)

95% of Drew students are employed or enrolled in graduate studies within 6 months of graduation

Why study at INTO Drew University?

Drew University rankings

DREW UNIVERSITY FACTS

  • Founded: 1867
  • Total student enrollment: 2,019
  • Average class size: 17 students
  • Male-to-female ratio: 2:3
  • Faculty with terminal degrees: 98%
  • Faculty who teach undergraduates: 100%
  • Classes taught by graduate assistants: 0
  • Campus size: 750,000 square meters


ABOUT A LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION

The liberal arts provide a well-rounded education and a range of intellectual skills rather than a narrow, professional or technical education. It’s an education that provides an overview of the arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematics and natural sciences.

This approach emphasizes broad knowledge of the wider world. It offers a chance to explore a variety of academic disciplines rather than follow a specific set of courses that train students for a single career track.

Why are the liberal arts so valuable?

The value of a liberal arts education is backed up byfacts and statistics. Here are just a few:

  • The earning power of liberal arts grads increases 78% from graduation to retirement; this is a higher rate than non-liberal arts graduates
  • At peak earning age (56-60) liberal arts graduates earned an average of $2,000 more per year than those who majored as undergrads in professional fields
  • The Wall Street Journal reports that liberal arts degrees are preferred for CEOs
  • One in three Fortune 500 CEOs hold degrees in liberal arts
  • 17% of PhD holders earned undergraduate degrees at liberal arts colleges, but only 8% of all bachelor’s degree holders earned their degree at liberal arts colleges

Undergraduate Pathways

UNDERGRADUATE PATHWAYS AND ACADEMIC ENGLISH 

INTO New York at Drew's Undergraduate Pathway programs are ideal for international students who need additional English language and academic preparation before continuing to a degree program at a US university.

Academic English is an intensive English program for students who want to become confident English speakers before enrolling in a Pathway program or applying directly to Drew University.

Undergraduate Pathway in the Arts
Undergraduate Pathway in Business
Undergraduate Pathway in Humanities and Social Sciences
Undergraduate Pathway in Sciences
Undergraduate Pathway in Pre-Engineering

Drew University  offers progression to year 2 after successful completion of the pathway programme.

 

Graduate Pathways

Graduate Pathway in Arts Management
Graduate Pathway in Graphic Design
Graduate Pathway in Music
Graduate Pathway in Accounting
Graduate Pathway in Business Administration (MBA)
Graduate Pathway in Management
Graduate Pathway in Real Estate Development
Graduate Pathway in Curriculum and Instruction
Graduate Pathway in Special Education
Graduate Pathway in Educational Psychology
Graduate Pathway in Sport and Recreation Studies
Graduate Pathway in Applied Information Technology
Graduate Pathway in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering
Graduate Pathway in Geotechnical, Construction and Structural Engineering
Graduate Pathway in Computer Science
Graduate Pathway in Information Security and Assurance
Graduate Pathway in Information Systems
Graduate Pathway in Software Engineering
Graduate Pathway in Data Analytics Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Graduate Pathway in Computer Engineering
Graduate Pathway in Computer Forensics
Graduate Pathway in Electrical Engineering
Graduate Pathway in Telecommunications
Graduate Pathway in Global Health
Graduate Pathway in Health Informatics
Graduate Pathway in Health Systems Management
Graduate Pathway in Nutrition
Graduate Pathway in Social Work
Graduate Pathway in International Commerce and Policy
Graduate Pathway in Public Policy
Graduate Pathway in Biostatistic
Graduate Pathway in Statistical Science
Systems Engineering and Operations Research
Graduate Pathway in Operations Research
Graduate Pathway in Systems Engineering
Graduate Pathway in Applied and Engineering Physics
Graduate Pathway in Bioinformatics Management
Graduate Pathway in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Graduate Pathway in Computational Science
Graduate Pathway in Earth Systems Science
Graduate Pathway in Environmental Science and Policy
Graduate Pathway in Forensic Science
Graduate Pathway in Geographic and Cartographic Sciences
Graduate Pathway in Mathematics
 
Drew University offers progression to year 2 after successful completion of the pathway programme.

2 plus 2 Pathways

INTO New York at Drew 2+2 Pathway program

INTO New York at Drew University offers international students an innovative 2+2 Pathway program. Students complete the first two years of academic and English language coursework in an Undergraduate Pathway program through INTO New York at Drew University. Successful students will then be eligible to progress to a degree program at Drew or enroll at an affiliate institution to complete their degree.

YEARS 1 AND 2: INTO NEW YORK AT DREW UNDERGRADUATE PATHWAY 

 

INTO New York at Drew’s Undergraduate Pathway program combines intensive language study, academic skills development and academic coursework in a program designed to move students successfully through the first two years of their four-year degree program of study in the United States.

 

The many benefits of the program include:

 

  • Earning academic credits at Drew University that count toward the first two years of your degree
  • Studying on a safe, secure and friendly campus with easy access to New York City
  • Getting to know your professors—they will help you succeed in your first two years and beyond
  • These two years give you both the academic and language preparation needed to complete your undergraduate degree in just four years—the same as American students 

 

YEARS 3 AND 4: CONTINUE STUDYING AT DREW OR TRANSFER TO ANOTHER US UNIVERSITY 

 

Upon successful completion of Year 2 at INTO New York at Drew University and depending on courses achieved, you may progress to a degree program at Drew University—and take advantage of the elite liberal arts education, or you may choose to finish your degree at one of many well-known US universities.

PARTNER UNIVERSITIES IN THE NEW YORK AREA
Columbia University
Fairleigh Dickinson University
New York Institute of Technology
New York Law School
Rowan University
Seton Hall University
Seton Hall Law


INTO'S PARTNER UNIVERSITIES THROUGHOUT THE US
Oregon State University
University of South Florida
Colorado State University
Marshall University
George Mason University

 

Direct Entry

Undergraduate  and Graduate Admissions

Drew Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

 Master of Arts in Teaching
       
 Master of Fine Arts in Poetry
       
 History & Culture M.A./Ph.D.
       
 Arts & Letters
       
 Medical Humanities
       
 Research Ethics

 

Special Admission Programs

 

5-Year B.A. and Master of Arts in Teaching

 

Drew offers an innovative and advanced approach to teacher education – a 5 year (4+1) bachelor of arts/master of arts in teaching program. This approach will allow you to enter the teaching field with a career advantage that translates to greater job prospects, higher salaries and increased opportunity for promotion.

 

Qualifications for Consideration

 

  • Minimum High School GPA of 3.0
  • SAT score of 1600 combined score or
  • ACT composite score of 23

 

When you meet admissions requirements and maintain your high level of academic achievement during your time at Drew, this program allows you to begin Masters’ level course work in your junior year as you earn your bachelor’s degree, developing a well-rounded liberal arts foundation focusing on your subject area of interest. Upon completing your BA, you then enter our master of arts in teaching (MAT), which allows you to become certified to teach at the middle or secondary school level in biology, chemistry, English, French, Italian, math, physics, Spanish, social studies or theatre arts.

 

The MAT program (5th year) runs from June to May, allowing you to complete your master’s in just under a year. During this time you’ll immerse yourself in course work and also participate in fieldwork experiences.

 

When you enroll in the B.A./MAT program, in addition to your undergraduate academic advisor, you will receive special support and guidance from a MAT faculty advisor.

 

7-Year Dual-Degree Medical Program

 

Drew offers simultaneous admission to both Drew and the Rutgers – New Jersey Medical School (Rutgers-NJMS). Successful candidates spend three years of study at Drew and four years at Rutgers-NJMS, completing both B.A. and M.D. degrees. This program is space limited and very competitive.

 

Qualifications for Consideration

 

  • Submission of completed application for admission (including all supporting test scores and documents) by November 1, 2014
  • Unweighted High School 3.8 GPA
  • SAT score of 1400 or higher (summing only critical reading and math scores) or ACT score of 32 or higher (must be on one administration of the exam)
  • Candidate must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
  • SAT II subject test(s) in math or science (optional, but recommended)
  • Prior exposure to the medical field in the form of an internship, academic program, research, volunteer activities or shadowing (optional, but recommended)

 

Applications submitted by the deadline will be reviewed by the Drew University admissions committee. Selected eligible applicants will be invited to participate in a required interview prior to a final admissions decision.

 

For more information on the dual-degree program, please refer to the college catalog. Please note the additional qualifications and application instructions.

 

Educational Opportunity Scholars (EOS/EOF)

 

The Educational Opportunity Scholars program is a partnership between the New Jersey Commission of Higher Education and Drew University. Within this partnership, the program provides access to higher education and support for highly motivated students who exhibit the potential for success, but come from families of low income and lack access to the quality educational preparation necessary to attend college. The program provides direct services designed to promote persistence through degree completion. Furthermore, the program supports innovative educational initiatives, support services and leadership development activities to enhance the student’s chance for academic success.

 

To be considered for the EOS/EOF program, you must:

 

  1. demonstrate financial need and a background of historical poverty,
  2. have a family income that falls within the established income eligibility criteria,
  3. demonstrate an educationally disadvantaged background, and
  4. be a U.S. citizen and a resident of New Jersey for 12 months immediately preceding enrollment.

 

Students enrolled in the EOS/EOF program receive additional grants from the state of New Jersey. In addition, Drew University provides significant additional need-based aid to support EOS students. Students also attend a free summer enrichment program to prepare for success in college and receive extra support services throughout their studies, such as counseling and tutoring. For more information, visit the EOF site.

 

For more information on Drew’s EOS program, visit www.drew.edu/EOS.

 

5-Year Dual-Degree Program in Engineering with Columbia University

 

Students selected for Drew’s dual-degree engineering program spend three years earning a B.A. at Drew, based on our top-flight liberal arts education. Students then move to the engineering program at Columbia University and in two years earn a B.S. or B.Eng. in Engineering.

 

This unique program is just one way to pursue a career in engineering when you attend Drew.

 

 

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate Entry Paths and Requirements

There are multiple routes to undergraduate admission at George Mason University.  As an international undergraduate student, admission is determined by academic performance and English language proficiency.

 

Entry Requirements 

Direct Admission* 2-Term Standard 
Pathway Program

1-Term Accelerated
Pathway Program

Academic Requirements

  • 3.0 minimum high
    school GPA
  • High school diploma
  • SAT/ACT may be required for some majors and
    scholarship consideration
  • 2.5 minimum high
    school GPA equivalent
    based on applicants country/institutional
    scale
  • High school diploma
  • 2.5 minimum high 
    school GPA equivalent
    based on applicants
    country/institutional
    scale
  • High school diploma

English
Language Requirements

  • TOEFL iBT 88+
  • IELTS 6.5+
  • PTE Academic: 58+
  • Successful completion of 
    Academic English Level 6
  • TOEFL iBT 60+ (13
    minimum subscores in reading and listening)
  • IELTS 5.5+ (5.5 minimum
    subscores in reading and listening)
  • PTE Academic: 45+
  • INTO Password: 6.0 overall 
  • Completion of Academic English Level 4
  • TOEFL iBT 80+ (17
    minimum subscores in
    reading and listening)
  • IELTS 6.5+ (6.0 minimum
    subscores in reading and listening)
  • PTE Academic: 53+
  • Completion of Academic English Level 5

 

Graduate Entry Paths and Requirements

Entry Requirements

Direct Admission* 2-Term Standard
Pathway Program
1-Term Accelerated
Pathway Program
2-Term Graduate
Bridge Program

Academic Requirements

  • GPA requirement varies by program
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • Some programs require a GRE, GMAT, or other standardized test
  • 2.75 minimum GPA
    equivalent based on the applicant’s country/
    institutional scale
  • Four-year undergraduate
    degree or equivalent
  • 2.75 minimum GPA
    equivalent based on
    the applicant’s
    country/
    institutional scale
  • Four-year
    undergraduate
    degree or equivalent
  • 2.75 minimum GPA equivalent based on the applicant's country/institutional scale
  • Select three-year undergraduate degree or equivalent

English
Language Requirements

  • TOEFL iBT 88-100 (20 minimum subscores)
  • IELTS 6.5+
  • PTE Academic: 58+
  • Completion of
    Academic English
    Level 7
  • TOEFL iBT 75+ 
    (17 minimum subscores 
    in reading and writing)
  • IELTS 6.5+
    (6.0 minimum subscores in reading and writing)
  • PTE Academic: 52+
  • INTO Password: 7 overall
  • Completion of 
    Academic English Level 5
  • TOEFL iBT 85+ 
    (20 minimum subscores 
    in reading and writing)
  • IELTS 6.5+ 
    (6.5 minimum subscores in reading and writing)
  • PTE Academic: 58+
  • Completion of Academic English Level 6
  • TOEFL iBT 85+ (17 minimum subscores in reading and writing)
  • IELTS 6.5 (6.0 minimum subscores in reading and writing)
  • PTE Academic 58+
  • Completion of Academic English Level 6

 

Dates and Prices

Start dates: August or January or May

ESTIMATED COSTS OF ATTENDANCE FOR 2015-16

 

Cost Description
Tuition
and Fees
Housing
and Meals
Books and
Supplies
Insurance*
Miscellaneous
Total
Undergraduate Direct Admission (1 year - 2 semesters) $46,751 $12,919 $1,162 $1,422 $2,186 $64,440
Undergraduate Standard Pathway (1 year - 2 semesters) $45,000 $19,110 $1,162 $1,422 $2,186 $68,880
Academic English (1 semester) $7,000 $9,555 $250 $714 $1,093 $18,612

 


*Charged upon arrival. Price estimated based on 2014–2015 price and is subject to change.

 

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