Ambitious, curious, determined, and active – Richmond is a very residential campus, and our students like to keep busy with 200+ clubs and organizations to enjoy!

University of Richmond

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USA

Suburban Campus

Small Institution

3000

Undergraduate Students

Average Undergraduate Class Size

16

Education Model

Liberal Arts and sciences

Selectivity

Highly Selective if needing financial aid, Selective if not

Internships within degree

Yes

Study Abroad Available

Yes

IB Grade Requirements

A competitive IB Diploma score would be a 36+

UFP Requirements

Not accepted

Cost of Tuition

$74, 790 (tuition + room + meals + estimated personal expenses). Please see our financial certification form for a breakdown: https://admissions.richmond.edu/forms/pdf/international-financial-certification-2019-20.pdf. Note that this is for 2019-20, still awaiting numbers for 2020-21.

Financial Aid Available?

Richmond’s admission process is holistic as well as need-aware for non-US citizens/permanent residents. International students are eligible for merit scholarships and need-based financial aid, and Richmond meets 100% of demonstrated financial need for all admitted students.

The University of Richmond provides a collaborative learning and research environment unlike any other, offering students an extraordinary combination of the liberal arts and sciences with a top-ranked business school and the first undergraduate school of leadership studies in the United States. Our 3,000 undergraduates – including students from 71 countries – constitute an inspiring global community. Richmond has been ranked #23 among the nation’s “Best Liberal Arts Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report and #4 on The Princeton Review’s list of the Top 25 Best Schools for Internships.

The University is located on a safe, suburban campus just six miles (ten kilometers) from the City of Richmond. When students are not in class, they head downtown to take advantage of the world-class museums, shopping, local restaurants, and festivals – and as Virginia’s state capital, Richmond gives students an up-close look at U.S. politics. The nearby cities of Washington, D.C. and New York City also make great weekend getaways and are easily accessible by car, train, or plane.

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Subjects

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Top 30 USA Liberal Arts College

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Accounting & Finance
Country Top 50
Art
USA Top 100
Art & Design
UK Top 100
Biological Sciences/Biology
Country Top 100
Buisness and Management
Industry Top 100
Business and Management
Country Top 50
Chemistry
Country Top 100
Communications and Media Studies
Country Top 100
Economics
Country Top 50
English
Country Top 100
Global Studies
USA Top 50
History
Country Top 100
International Relations
USA Top 50
Mathematics
Country Top 100
Performing Arts
USA Top 100
Physics
USA Top 100
Politics/Political Science
Country Top 100
Psychology
Country Top 100
Religious Studies
USA Top 100
Subject Name
Degree Area
Accounting & Finance
Business
American Studies
Language & Culture
Anthropology
Society & Social Sciences
Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies
Language & Culture
Archaeology
Society & Social Sciences
Art & Design
Art & Design
Biochemistry/Biomedicine
Sciences
Biological Sciences
Sciences
Business and Management
Business
Chemistry
Sciences
Chinese Studies
Language & Culture
Classics and Ancient History
Society & Social Sciences
Communication and Media Studies
English & Media
Computer Science
Computing & ICT
Creative Writing
English & Media
Dance
Performing Arts
Data Science
Computing & ICT
Drama & Theatre
Performing Arts
Ecology & Conservation
Sciences
Economics
Society & Social Sciences
Education
Society & Social Sciences
English Literature and/or Language
English & Media
Environmental Science
Sciences
Financial Mathematics
Mathematics
Geography
Society & Social Sciences
History
Society & Social Sciences
International Relations
Society & Social Sciences
Japanese
Language & Culture
Journalism
English & Media
Law
Society & Social Sciences
Legal Studies/Pre-Law
Society & Social Sciences
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Linguistics
Language & Culture
Marketing
Business
Mathematics
Mathematics
Modern Languages Mixed
Language & Culture
Music
Performing Arts
Philosophy
Society & Social Sciences
Philosophy Politics and Economics
Society & Social Sciences
Physics
Sciences
Politics
Society & Social Sciences
Pre-Med
Medicine & Healthcare
Psychology
Society & Social Sciences
Sociology
Society & Social Sciences
Statistics
Mathematics
Theology and Religious Studies
Society & Social Sciences

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