Bryn Mawr College

Bryn Mawr is a place where you can come as you are and grow into whoever you want to be.

USA

Undergraduate Students:
Average 1st Year Class Size:

Suburban Campus

1350

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Bryn Mawr is a liberal arts and sciences college for women located just outside the city of Philadelphia. The College is a leader in academic innovation, with a particular focus on putting learning into action through research, fieldwork, community and social justice engagement, and internships. Bryn Mawr further expands students’ options to learn and explore through long-standing partnerships with Haverford and Swarthmore Colleges and the University of Pennsylvania, as well as through the cultural and social resources of Philadelphia.

Selectivity

IB Grades

UFP Grades

Selective

No Minimum

Not Accepted

Education Model

Internships within degree

Study Abroad available

Liberal Arts and Sciences

Yes

Yes

Tuition Cost

Financial Aid

$53,180

Yes

Subjects

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African Studies

Archaeology

Biological Sciences

Classics and Ancient History

Dance

Economics

Environmental Science

International Relations

Country Top 50

Liberal Arts and Sciences

Modern Languages Mixed

Physics

Country Top 100

Sociology

Country Top 100

Youth and Childhood Studies

Anthropology

Country Top 100

Astronomy/Astrophysics

Chemistry

Country Top 100

Computer Science

Data Science

Education

Geology/Geoscience

Japanese

Linguistics

Music

Politics

Country Top 100

Theology and Religious Studies

Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies

Biochemistry/Biomedicine

Chinese Studies

Creative Writing

Drama & Theatre

English Literature and/or Language

Country Top 100

History

Country Top 100

Legal Studies/Pre-Law

Mathematics

Country Top 100

Philosophy

Country Top 100

Psychology

Country Top 100

Urban Planning

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Country Rankings = Niche Best by Major Ranking https://www.niche.com/colleges/rankings/
Please note that rankings do not exist for all subjects

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