An exceptional and collaborative academic environment alongside a uniquely global and close-knit community that has a strong interest in social justice issues.

Mount Holyoke College

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USA

Suburban Campus

Small Institution <5000

2200

Undergraduate Students

Average Undergraduate Class Size

20

Education Model

Undergraduate Liberal Arts & Sciences

Selectivity

Selective (25-50% admitted)

Internships within degree

Yes

Study Abroad Available

Yes

IB Grade Requirements

We have no minimum requirements and review applications holistically. Students are most competitive with scores of 5 or higher.

UFP Requirements

 

Cost of Tuition

Billed costs: Tuition USD56,300, Room and Board USD16,580, Fees USD218

Financial Aid Available?

Mount Holyoke meets 100% of its assessment of financial need, as calculated by the CSS Profile for home and international students

Mount Holyoke College is a highly selective, research liberal arts college for women enrolling 2,200 students from 48 states and nearly 70 countries. The College is located in Western Massachusetts with easy access to Boston and New York City. Founded in 1837 and the first of the Seven Sisters – the female equivalent of the once predominantly male Ivy League – the College is recognized worldwide for its rigorous and innovative academic program, its global community, its legacy of women leaders, and its commitment to connecting the curriculum to career. Students benefit from the Five College Consortium which brings together 32,000 undergraduate students who may cross-register and participate in co-curricular activities at the member institutions: Amherst, Hampshire, Smith Colleges and the University of Massachusetts.

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Subjects

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USA Top 50 Liberal Arts College

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Anthropology and Sociology
USA Top 50
Architecture
Country Top 100
Buisness and Management
Industry Top 100
Computer Science
Country Top 100
English
Country Top 100
Film and Photography
Country Top 100
Global Studies
USA Top 100
History
Country Top 100
International Relations
USA Top 50
Mathematics
Country Top 100
Performing Arts
USA Top 100
Philosophy
Country Top 100
Psychology
Country Top 100
Religious Studies
USA Top 100
Subject Name
Degree Area
African Studies
Language & Culture
Anthropology
Society & Social Sciences
Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies
Language & Culture
Architecture
Art & Design
Art & Design
Art & Design
Astronomy/Astrophysics
Sciences
Biochemistry/Biomedicine
Sciences
Biological Sciences
Sciences
Chemistry
Sciences
Classics and Ancient History
Society & Social Sciences
Computer Science
Computing & ICT
Creative Writing
English & Media
Dance
Performing Arts
Drama & Theatre
Performing Arts
Economics
Society & Social Sciences
English Literature and/or Language
English & Media
Environmental Science
Sciences
Film and Media Production
Art & Design
Geography
Society & Social Sciences
Geology/Geoscience
Sciences
History
Society & Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Study of Global Challenges
Society & Social Sciences
International Relations
Society & Social Sciences
Japanese
Language & Culture
Journalism
English & Media
Legal Studies/Pre-Law
Society & Social Sciences
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Mathematics
Mathematics
Music
Performing Arts
Natural Sciences
Sciences
Philosophy
Society & Social Sciences
Physics
Sciences
Politics
Society & Social Sciences
Psychology
Society & Social Sciences
Sociology
Society & Social Sciences
Statistics
Mathematics
Theology and Religious Studies
Society & Social Sciences

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