US News rankings 2021
The College is noted for innovation, undergraduate teaching, and value.
September 14, 2020—Marist College has once again been recognized as a Best Regional University-North in the 2021 U.S. News rankings released today. The College was also noted in other key categories for innovation, undergraduate teaching, value, and as a Best College for Veterans.
In a jump from last year, the College was named #3 Most Innovative School among Regional Universities-North. This ranking was developed based on surveys of top academics—college presidents, provosts, and admissions deans—who were asked to nominate the schools making the biggest innovative improvements in all aspects of their institution.
Highlights of Marist’s many innovations include:
- Marist Poll. The Marist Institute for Public Opinion, home of the Marist Poll, is one of the nation’s premier independent survey research centers. The Marist Poll is the only college poll directly tied to the academic enterprise of its institution, with students working as interviewers, supervisors, and research assistants. The Poll partners with NBC News, NPR, PBS NewsHour, and The Wall Street Journal to measure electoral sentiment and other key issues and has been given an A+ rating by FiveThirtyEight.com.
- IBM Partnership. Marist’s 30-year research partnership with the IBM Corporation has brought the College the kind of world-class technology platform typically found at leading research institutions while giving students the opportunity to work with IBM professionals on cutting-edge tech research. The College is also home to the first IBM LinuxONE III.
- Marist Italy. Marist’s Florence, Italy campus offers the only U.S. bachelor’s degree program in Florence.
- ESPN Teaching Control Room. The College opened a new state-of-the-art ESPN production studio on campus as a way for students to get hands-on experience broadcasting sports events.
- Renowned Fashion Program. The Fashion Program is recognized as one of the top programs globally by the highly respected industry publication Business of Fashion.
- Cybersecurity Major. Marist is one of just a few colleges in the Northeast to offer a cybersecurity major.
- Regional History Research Hub. The College’s historic Hudson River campus is home to the Hudson River Valley Institute (HRVI), a nationally recognized history and regional studies center.
- Presidential Library Partnership. Marist’s partnership with the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum makes it one of only six colleges and universities nationwide affiliated with a presidential library. Marist also hosts the Library’s digital archives.
In the same regional category, Marist was also noted for Best Undergraduate Teaching with a ranking of #16. “Excellent teaching is part of our core mission,” said Thom Wermuth, Vice President of Academic Affairs. “Marist students know their professors and have the opportunity to work with them directly in many of the high-impact learning opportunities the College offers, including a focus on experiential learning and undergraduate research in all disciplines. Our faculty are working scholars and leaders in their fields who thrive on working with undergraduates.”
The hands-on attention gets results: the College boasts an impressive 84 percent six-year graduation rate—substantially higher than the 66 percent national average for private institutions and the 60 percent average for public universities. Ninety-eight percent of the class of 2019 were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. This year the College had its highest number of applicants ever vying for admittance in the class of 2024. “We are focused on student success from day one to graduation,” said Vice President of Enrollment, Marketing, and Communication Sean Kaylor.
Additionally, the College was ranked among the Best Colleges for Veterans and as a Best Value School (both in the Regional Universities-North categorization). The Best Value ranking is calculated based on a ratio of quality to price, the percentage of undergraduates receiving need-based scholarships, and the average discount. Earlier this year, in an effort to help students and families during the COVID-19 crisis, the College announced a zero tuition increase for academic year 2020-21.
The full listing of U.S. News rankings for 2021 can be found here.
In Depth Nationwide Quality Ranking of Marist College
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Overall, Marist College is ranked 233 out of
This means that about 14% of the
colleges in our system rank as well or better than this college.
Student Body Caliber
Students committed to their education challenge each other and themselves to grow and excel. These students can also become lasting and valuable career connections later in life.
Combined SAT (High Importance)
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Composite ACT (High Importance, if SAT is Not Available)
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The more resources a college can dedicate to supporting students’ educational goals the better.
Average Faculty Compensation (Medium Importance)
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This factor potentially hurt the overall standing.
About 31% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Expenditures Per Student (Medium Importance)
This measure only includes spending that directly benefits students, such as instruction, academic support, research and student services.
This factor potentially hurt the overall standing.
About 24% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Student to Faculty Ratio (Low Importance)
The student to faculty ratio measures how many students there are per instructional faculty member. The lower the ratio, the more
potential there is for interaction with professors and individual support and attention when needed.
This factor potentially hurt the overall standing.
About 58% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Percent Full-Time Teachers (Low Importance)
This metric looks at how many instructors are full-time vs. part-time. The more full-time teachers the better, as they tend to have more time on campus
to meet with students and are more invested in their jobs.
This factor potentially hurt the overall standing.
About 56% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
A school can be doing a lot of things right, but if few of its students graduate, does it matter?
Freshmen Retention Rate (High Importance)
This measures how many freshmen return to the same school for the sophomore year. The higher the freshmen retention rate, the more likely these students were satisfied with the school,
and the university is successfully supporting its first-year students.
This factor potentially helped the overall standing.
About 12% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
6 Year Graduation Rate (High Importance)
This measures the number of students that were able to graduate with a degree in six years.
The higher the rate of graduation, the more likely the college is delivering on its promise of a higher education, and students are receiving the support
they need to complete their degree successfully.
This factor potentially helped the overall standing.
About 7% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Expected vs. Actual Graduation Rate (Low Importance)
Colleges with highly selective acceptance rates are also more likely to have higher graduation rates, simply due to the caliber of the students and not
necessarily to the educational prowess of the school.
Expected graduation rate tells us how many students should have graduated based on the type of students that enroll.
A higher than expected graduation rate is indicative that a school is doing a proportionally better job at graduating students, regardless of that students’
academic standing upon acceptance.
This factor potentially helped the overall standing.
About 11% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Life after college should reward students for seeking a higher education. These metrics are all related to the earnings students’ realized after attending school.
Student Loan Default Rate (High Importance)
A vast majority of students rely on student loans to earn a degree, with the expectation that their entry-level salaries will sufficiently cover the cost
of these loans. Students who default on loans within three years after graduation may not have been provided with a sufficient education or may have overpaid for their degree. The lower the default rate on student loans the better.
This factor potentially hurt the overall standing.
About 18% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Starting Salary Boost (Medium Importance)
Compared to other schools, how much more money can a student expect to make by attending this university? This metric compares the salaries earned by students in each major at a college
and calculates how much more or less money those students make than those graduating with the same major at other colleges.
This measurement focuses on early career earnings.
This factor potentially helped the overall standing.
About 11% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Mid-Career Salary Boost (Medium Importance)
This metric is similar to the starting salary measure above but focuses on the prolonged impact the college might have on a student by looking at
the relative boost to earnings mid-career.
This factor potentially helped the overall standing.
About 11% of the colleges in our system rank as well or better on this factor.
Marist College Overview – College Factual
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How Well Is Marist College Ranked?
In its yearly rankings, College Factual analyzes over 2,000 colleges and universities to determine which ones are the best in a variety of categories, such as overall value, quality, diversity, which schools are the best for each major, and much more.
Marist College was awarded 57 badges in the 2021 rankings. The highest ranked major at the school is interdisciplinary studies.
According to College Factual’s 2021 analysis, Marist is ranked #233 out of 1,715 schools in the nation that were analyzed for overall quality. This puts it in the top 15% of all schools in the nation.
Out of the 132 colleges in New York, Marist is ranked at #25.
See all of the rankings for Marist College.
Is It Hard to Get Into Marist?
The acceptance rate at Marist College is a competitive 43%, so make sure you take your application seriously when putting it together. Even leaving out a minor detail could be a reason to move you to the rejection pile.
Learn more about Marist College admissions.
Marist College Faculty
Student to Faculty Ratio
The student to faculty ratio at Marist College is about average at 17 to 1. This ratio is often used to gauge how many students might be in an average class and how much time professors will have to spend with their students on an individual level. The national average for this metric is 15 to 1.
Percent of Full-Time Faculty
When estimating how much access students will have to their teachers, some people like to look at what percentage of faculty members are full time. This is because part-time teachers may not have as much time to spend on campus as their full-time counterparts.
The full-time faculty percentage at Marist College is 41%. This is lower than the national average of 47%.
Full-Time Faculty Percent 41 out of 100
Retention and Graduation Rates at Marist College
Freshmen Retention Rate
The freshmen retention rate of 89% tells us that most first-year, full-time students like Marist College enough to come back for another year. This is a fair bit higher than the national average of 68%. That’s certainly something to check off in the good column about the school.
Freshmen Retention Rate 89 out of 100
Students are considered to have graduated on time if they finish their studies within four years. At Marist the on-time graduation rate of first-time, full-time students is 68%. That is great when compared to the national average of 33.3%
On-Time Graduation Rate 68 out of 100
Find out more about the retention and graduation rates at Marist College.
Good Overall Diversity at Marist
During the 2017-2018 academic year, there were 5,824 undergraduates at Marist with 5,199 being full-time and 625 being part-time.
Marist Diversity Score
For each college and university, College Factual calculates an overall diversity score that takes four factors into account: gender, ethnicity, age, and home location of the student. Then, the schools with the best mixtures of students with respect to these factors are ranked the highest.
The overall diversity score for Marist is 80.67 out of 100, meaning that is is more diverse than most schools in the country.
Overall Diversity Score 80.67 out of 100
Get more detailed information on diversity and student demographics at Marist College.
How Much Does Marist College Cost?
The overall average net price of Marist is $36,170. The affordability of the school largely depends on your financial need since net price varies by income group. See the table below for the net price for different income groups.
Net Price by Income Group for Marist
|$0-30 K||$30K-48K||$48-75||$75-110K||$110K +|
The net price is calculated by adding tuition, room, board and other costs and subtracting financial aid.Note that the net price is typically less than the published for a school. For more information on the sticker price of Marist, see our tuition and fees and room and board pages.
Student Loan Debt
It’s not uncommon for college students to take out loans to pay for school. In fact, almost 66% of students nationwide depend at least partially on loans. At Marist, approximately 59% of students took out student loans averaging $9,569 a year. That adds up to $38,276 over four years for those students.
The student loan default rate at Marist is 3.0%. This is significantly lower than the national default rate of 10.1%, which is a good sign that you’ll be able to pay back your student loans.
Get more details about paying for Marist College.
How Much Money Do Marist Graduates Make?
The pay for some majors is higher than others, but on average, students who graduate with a bachelor’s degree from Marist make about $56,900 a year during their first few years of employment after graduation. That’s great news for Marist students since it is 43% more than the average college graduate’s salary of $39,802 per year.
See which majors at Marist College make the most money.
Location of Marist College
Located in Poughkeepsie, New York, Marist College is a private not-for-profit institution. Poughkeepsie is a good match for students who enjoy the safety and convenience of the suburbs.
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Marist College Majors
During the most recent year for which we have data, students from 42 majors graduated from Marist College. Of these students, 1,353 received undergraduate degrees and 393 graduated with a master’s or doctor’s degree. The following table lists the most popular undergraduate majors along with the average salary graduates from those majors make.
|Most Popular Majors||Bachelor’s Degrees||Average Salary of Graduates|
|Business Administration & Management||304||$48,100|
|Communication & Media Studies||212||$36,600|
|Specialized Sales, Merchandising & Marketing||95||$45,800|
|Criminal Justice & Corrections||54||$30,100|
Learn more about the majors offered at Marist College along with which ones have the highest average starting salaries.
Online Learning at Marist
Online learning is becoming popular at even the oldest colleges and universities in the United States. Not only are online classes great for returning adults with busy schedules, they are also frequented by a growing number of traditional students.
In 2017-2018, 1,759 students took at least one online class at Marist College. This is an increase from the 1,577 students who took online classes the previous year.
|Year||Took at Least One Online Class||Took All Classes Online|
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Marist recognized in the 2020 U.S. News rankings
POUGHKEEPSIE – Marist College has once again been recognized as a top ten Best Regional University-North in the 2020 U.S. News rankings released today. The College was also noted in other key categories for innovation, teaching, and value.
Marist ranked #10 overall in the Regional Universities-North category, marking the College’s fourth consecutive year in the top 10.
U.S. News also cited Marist as the #5 Most Innovative School among Regional Universities-North. This ranking was developed based on surveys of top academics—college presidents, provosts, and admissions deans—who were asked to nominate the schools making the biggest innovative improvements in all aspects of their institution. The College has many innovations to its credit:
- Marist’s Florence, Italy campus offers the only U.S. bachelor’s degree program in Florence.
- Marist’s research partnership with the IBM Corporation, which has been in place for more than 30 years, has brought the College the kind of world-class technology platform typically found at leading research institutions while giving students the opportunity to work with IBM professionals on cutting-edge research.
- The Marist Institute for Public Opinion, home of the Marist Poll, is one of the nation’s premier independent survey research centers. The Marist Poll is the only college poll directly tied to the academic enterprise of its institution, with students working as interviewers, supervisors, and research assistants. The Poll partners with NBC News, NPR, PBS NewsHour, and The Wall Street Journal to measure electoral sentiment and other key issues.
- Earlier this year, Marist opened a location at 420 Fifth Avenue in New York City as a hub for innovative academic offerings for working professionals, traditional undergraduates, and graduate students, as well as a central venue for high-profile events.
- The College recently opened a new state-of-the-art ESPN production studio on campus as a way for students to get hands-on experience broadcasting sports events.
- The Fashion Program is recognized as one of the top programs globally by the highly respected publication Business of Fashion.
- Marist is one of just a few colleges in the Northeast to offer a cybersecurity major.
In the same regional category, Marist was also noted for Best Undergraduate Teaching with a ranking of #8. “Being ranked among the best regional universities is extremely gratifying and is a testament to our dedicated faculty, staff, and motivated students,” said Sean Kaylor, Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing, and Communication. “We are focused on student success. Our emphasis on quality teaching, hands-on educational experiences, and a global perspective really makes Marist a compelling choice.”
The combination is working: the College has an impressive 84 percent six-year graduation rate—substantially higher than the 66 percent national average for private institutions and the 59. 7 percent average for public universities.
The full listing of U.S. News rankings for 2020 can be found here.
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Marist College ranking
Marist College is a private institution that was founded in 1929. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 5,616, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 210 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Marist College’s ranking in the 2018 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Universities North, 9. Its tuition and fees are $36,780 (2017-18).
Marist College overlooks the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, New York. Students at Marist can choose from more than 40 undergraduate majors and more than 10 master’s degrees, including those in business and public affairs. Marist students often benefit from the school’s special partnership with the multinational technology corporation IBM. For decades, the IBM staff has worked with Marist students and faculty to brainstorm and try innovative technologies. One product that has come from this relationship is the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum website, developed jointly by Marist and IBM.
Students can also get involved on campus with the more than 80 clubs and student organizations, including Greek life and student government. Student athletes can choose from intramural and club sports, as well as the more than 20 Marist Red Foxes varsity teams, which compete in the NCAA Division I Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Notable Marist alumni include political commentator Bill O’Reilly, host of “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News.
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School Mission and Unique Qualities
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Marist College is ranked #9 in Regional Universities North. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.
#9 in Regional Universities North
#2 in Best Colleges for Veterans
#32 in Best Value Schools
#249 (tie) in Business Programs
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Alumni Starting Salaries
Below are the median starting salaries by major for alumni of Marist College.
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Communication and Media Studies
Computer and Information Sciences, General
Criminal Justice and Corrections
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When applying to Marist College, it’s important to note the application deadline is Feb. 1, and the early action deadline and the early decision deadline are Nov. 15 and Nov. 15, respectively. The application fee at Marist College is $50. Scores for either the ACT or SAT test are due Feb. 1. It is more selective, with an acceptance rate of 41 percent and an early acceptance rate of 46.2 percent.
For more information about the tests, essays, interviews and admissions process, visit the Applying to College knowledge center.
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The student-faculty ratio at Marist College is 16:1, and the school has 42.5 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. The most popular majors at Marist College include: Business/Commerce, General; Communication and Media Studies; Psychology, General; Computer and Information Sciences, General; and Criminal Justice and Corrections. The average freshman retention rate, an indicator of student satisfaction, is 91 percent.
Classes with fewer than 20 students42.5%
50 or more< 1%
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Marist College has a total undergraduate enrollment of 5,616, with a gender distribution of 41 percent male students and 59 percent female students. At this school, 61 percent of the students live in college-owned, -operated or -affiliated housing and 39 percent of students live off campus. In sports, Marist College is part of the NCAA I.
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Cost & Financial Aid
At Marist College, 55 percent of full-time undergraduates receive some kind of need-based financial aid, and the average need-based scholarship or grant award is $17,371.
Paying for college doesn’t have to be difficult or devastating. Go to the Paying for College knowledge center to get advice on raising cash and reducing costs, or use the U.S. News 529 Finder to choose the best tax-advantaged college investment account for you.
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Campus safety data were reported by the institution to the U. S. Department of Education and have not been independently verified. The numbers for criminal offenses reflect reports of alleged offenses to campus security and/or law enforcement authorities, not necessarily prosecutions or convictions. Experts advise prospective students and their families to do their own research to evaluate the safety of a campus as well as the surrounding area.
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Marist College offers a number of student services, including nonremedial tutoring, placement service, health service, health insurance. Marist College also offers campus safety and security services like 24-hour foot and vehicle patrols, late night transport/escort service, 24-hour emergency telephones, lighted pathways/sidewalks, controlled dormitory access (key, security card, etc.). Of the students at Marist College, 65 percent have cars on campus. Alcohol is permitted for students of legal age at Marist College.
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|This article is about Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. For other schools with the same name, see Marist College (disambiguation). For other Marist Brothers schools, see List of Marist Brothers schools.
Marist College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college, located in the U.S. State of New York, within the Hudson River Valley in the town of Poughkeepsie. Marist’s 180-acre main campus overlooks the Hudson River, and is situated along its east banks. Marist has a branch campus in Florence, Italy and maintains study sites in 26 countries.
Founded in 1905, Marist was formed by the Marist Brothers, a Catholic Religious Institute of Brothers, to prepare brothers for their vocations as educators. In 1929, Marist became accredited by the state to offer a wider range of degrees in the arts and sciences. Today, Marist offers a comprehensive liberal arts education, offering 56 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and 21 certificate programs.
The U.S. News & World Report and the Princeton Review consistently rank Marist as one of “America’s Best Colleges” and as one of America’s top Regional colleges (North). Kiplinger’s considers Marist one of the best private schools for value in the country.
Timeline | Foundation as a training institution for Marist Brothers
In 1908, the Brothers purchased the Edward Bech estate to enable the Hermitage to expand, increasing the size of their property to 150 acres (0.61 km2).
By 1929, the training center at the Hermitage had evolved into the Marist Normal Training School, offering college-level courses under the auspices of Fordham University. The charter for the Marist Normal Training School was obtained by Brother Leo Brouilette. In 1946, the State of New York granted the institution an official four-year college charter under the name “Marian College”, led by Brother Paul Ambrose Fontaine, FMS. Marian College continued the mission of training Marist Brothers as teachers of the congregation’s schools.
From 1947 to 1957, the Brothers began working on the weekends, during summers, and in their spare time to build a gymnasium (the original Marian Hall), Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Chapel, Adrian Hall (which was demolished in 2001), and a residence for the student Brothers (the original Fontaine Hall).
The Marist College Library was originally housed on the top floor of Greystone in 1928. In 1945, reference, periodical and work areas took over the second floor as well, and then in 1949, the library also claimed Greystone’s lowest level. The library remained in Greystone for 35 years.
In 1958, Marist Brother Linus Richard Foy took charge of the college. At 28, he was the youngest college president in the United States. Two years later, Marian College became Marist College and the mission of the college broadened to include the wider community; lay male students were admitted to pursue degree study. An evening division was also introduced to serve the educational needs of the surrounding communities.
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Marist College – The Best Master’s Degrees
Marist College was founded in 1929 as the Marist Normal Training School by Brother Leo Brouilette under the sponsorship of Fordham University. Two decades later, the school was independently chartered in New York State as Marian College. In 1960, Marist College was born and the first lay male students were admitted for comprehensive study. Women were first accepted in 1966 as Marist became co-educational. Today, Marist stands as a private, non-profit Roman Catholic liberal arts institution. Upon a 240-acre suburban campus, Marist College is located in Poughkeepsie overlooking the Hudson River Valley. Approximately 5,300 students enroll annually in Marist’s seven academic schools.
The U.S. News ranked Marist College as the 13th best regional university, 11th top school for military veterans and third most innovative college in the North. In particular, Marist was recognized for America’s 52nd best online MBA and 50th top online graduate business degrees. Given a “B” financial grade, Marist was named the country’s 214th best private college by Forbes. The Princeton Review included Marist within the top 50 “Colleges That Create Futures” in the United States. According to MONEY magazine, Marist adds the 34th most value among private colleges nationwide. The Institute of International Education also lauded Marist College for the 21st highest number of study abroad students.
Marist College Accreditation Details
Reaccredited in 2013, Marist College is institutionally reviewed by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). This is one of six regional accrediting bodies approved by the U.S. Department of Education. Online master’s programs also have discipline-specific accreditations from:
â¢ Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
â¢ Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA)
â¢ National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
Marist College Application Requirements
Getting accepted into Marist College isn’t simple with the selective acceptance rate of 38 percent. For the online master’s programs, applicants must have finished a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or foreign equivalent. Marist holds high standards for a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Having a major that fulfills the master’s curriculum prerequisites is preferential. On average, admitted graduates achieve GRE scores of 154 (verbal) and 150 (quantitative). MBA students have a mean GMAT score of 529. Applicants to the M.A. in Educational Psychology must already hold initial NYS teaching certification. The MPA also recommends at least two years of experience in public/nonprofit organizations.
Before the April 15th and December 1st deadlines, interested master’s students can apply to Marist College by submitting:
â¢ Online graduate application form
â¢ Payment for the $50 application fee
â¢ Copies of undergraduate transcripts
â¢ Two or three letters of recommendation
â¢ Official GRE or GMAT scores
â¢ Current professional resume or CV
â¢ Copy of initial teaching certificate (if applicable)
â¢ Well-written, two-page personal essay
Tuition and Financial Aid
Online master’s students at Marist College will generally pay $780 per credit taken. MBA and MPA students must afford an additional $50 program fee each semester. In general, each online master’s course will cost $2,340. Graduates earning the Master of Public Administration for Emergency Services are discounted $333 per credit. On average, Marist graduate students pay $13,500 each year. Total program costs vary based on credit requirements. For instance, the 36-credit MBA has an estimated price of $28,080. The 42-credit MPA has a total estimated cost of $32,760. According to PayScale, Marist’s 20-year net ROI is high at $288,000.
Around 90 percent of beginning, full-time students receive tuition assistance. The NCES reports that the average financial aid package is worth $13,704. Graduate students should file the FAFSA form via code 002765. Online learners could qualify for borrowing Federal Perkins, Direct Unsubsidized, or Grad PLUS loans. Educational psychology majors could obtain free money with the TEACH Grant. New York State residents can apply for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Marist College offers Full-Time and Part-time Graduate Grants for $600 to $4,000 per year. Corporate partnerships with employers like Mid-Hudson Coalition, Tompkins Financial, and Astor Services can provide tuition coverage. Institutional awards are also available for online learners, including the Graduate Scholars Award, Marist Alumi Academic Scholarship, and Women of Marist College Scholarship.
Online Degrees Available
Through the School of Professional Programs, Marist College offers one bachelor’s, six master’s, and two graduate certificates online. Students log in 24/7 to Marist’s virtual classroom called iLearn to access coursework from anywhere, anytime. New learners complete an orientation to master using the online system. Compatible browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari. There’s a student-faculty ratio of 16:1, so instructors are readily accessible via email or web conference. Available online master’s programs include:
Master of Public Administration
Delivered 100 percent online or at three NYS locations, the Master of Public Administration program at Marist follows NASPAA guidelines to produce innovative leaders for the public or nonprofit sector. The 42-credit curriculum can be completed full-time or part-time with accelerated, eight-week sessions. Core courses delve into public budgeting, administrative law, technology management, organizational theory, and program planning. Electives can be concentrated in Public Management, Healthcare Administration, Ethical Leadership, or Emergency Services. Pre-service students gain practical experience with an internship.
Master of Arts in Educational Psychology
Fully accredited by the NCATE, the Master of Arts in Educational Psychology program allows Marist students to obtain professional teacher certification in New York State. Two tracks are offered for Childhood Education (grades 1-6) or Adolescent Education (grades 7-12) with focus in History, Science, Mathematics, Languages, or English. Although the 36-credit curriculum is primarily online, trips to Poughkeepsie and teaching practicum sites are required. Courses will range from lifespan development to educational research before the capstone project.
Related Resource: 20 Most Affordable Top Ranked Schools for an Online Master’s in Educational Psychology Degree
Master of Science in Information Systems
For IT professionals, Marist’s Master of Science in Information Systems provides advanced technical education and managerial skill development for promotion. With no campus residency requirement, the online 36-credit curriculum offers specializations in Information Systems Management, Business Analytics, or Computer Networking & Security. Core coursework will explore data management, communications, IT policy, enterprise architecture, accounting, and internetworking. Courses are developed using Sakai, a leading open-source technology. Students benefit from partnerships like the IBM-Marist Joint Study Project and Cisco TelePresence System.
Other online degrees at Marist College are the Master of Arts in Communication, Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Integrated Marketing, and Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies.
90,000 Educational Institutions / USA / Drew University
University Preparation and Higher Education in the USA
Drew University one of the best and oldest liberal arts universities in the United States. It was founded in 1867. At the moment, more than 2 thousand students study in it, of which 116 are representatives from 50 countries of the world. The university is ranked among the leading US universities in terms of the quality and accessibility of education.
Drew University is ranked 116th among the National Liberal Arts Colleges in the U.S. News & World Report 2018. The Drama Program is ranked 6th nationally by the Princeton Review Rankings. The University is ranked in the top 50 “future-making” higher education institutions according to The Princeton Review 2018. Drew University is in partnership relationship Columbia University, New York Institute of Technology, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Seton Hall University, Rowan University and Marist College.
Drew University is located in the small town of Madison, New Jersey. It combines life in a cozy small town with the many possibilities of a big city. In just 45 minutes, you can easily get to New York. Drew University provides an opportunity for Russian students to obtain higher education and preparation for admission to the university.
Madison is a small, safe and picturesque suburb. It was named after President James Madison. The population is only 16 thousand people. Despite the small size of the city, it has everything you need for a comfortable life for students: shops, restaurants, entertainment venues. Every year the city hosts the Bottle Hill Day celebration with music, games and various cultural and entertainment events, in which more than 20 thousand people take part. If necessary, you can easily get to New York. Madison is ranked 24th in the list of the best cities to live in, and also in the top 100 safest cities in the United States. There are dozens of companies located near the city, which are included in the rating Fortune 500.
Drew University has produced many graduates who now live in different parts of the world. The university is very proud of its famous students: Andrew Sedgwick – General Manager of Apple; Avang Adek Hussin – Ambassador of Malaysia to the United States; Sanjay Mirchandani – Executive Vice President, Global Corporate Services, EMC; Christopher Smith – Chief of International Operations and Senior Vice President, MetLife; Vanessa Van Brunt is Head of Primary Brokerage and Alternative Sales at BlackRock in the United States and Chair of the University Alumni Association Committee Drew University ; Larry Shinn – American religious scholar, Indologist and theologian, rector of Beria College, pastor of the Methodist church; Kefin Murphy is a producer of television series and shows on Broadway.
Drew University offers students 30 undergraduate programs . Also, foreign students have the opportunity to prepare for admission to the university, which combines language training and the development of academic skills for successful admission to undergraduate programs. Also, students have a unique opportunity to obtain a double degree. This is made possible through joint programs with Columbia University (Humanities and Engineering), Wake Forest University (Humanities and Master of Arts), and Seton Hall University (Humanities and Law).
During his studies, the student can get the opportunity to participate in serious research work at the Summer Science Institute Drew University, as well as participate in the unique “Semester in New York” programs: at the UN, on Wall Street, in the field of arts and media. The university’s most gifted and motivated students have the opportunity to participate in the RISE program, which won the prestigious Merck Innovation Science Education Bachelor’s Award. Also, foreign students during their studies can practice in Fortune 500 companies, such as MTV, Pfizer, Goldman Sachs, Ralph Lauren.
Drew University consists of 5 main faculties:
- Faculty of Art
- Faculty of Business
- Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Natural Sciences
- Faculty of Engineering
Drew University students live in the Global Village learning community, which provides support for students to adapt to a new life within American culture, creating the best environment for academic progress at the chosen university.The hostel is also home to coordinators who can help each student with any question. The entire territory and auditoriums are equipped with free Wi-Fi. The university campus has everything for a comfortable and safe stay of students: the Library, the Simon Forum Indoor Arena and Sports Center, the Unified Academic Support Center, the Medical Center, the J. A. McClintock Psychological Support Center, as well as its own Security Service. Each student can become part of a university sports team in squash, volleyball, rugby, extreme frisbee, or step into one of the student’s clubs: political, music, volunteer, etc.e. In their free time, students can go to New York and visit such famous landmarks as the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty or Times Square, as well as go shopping on Fifth Avenue or watch a show on Broadway.
Drew University offers the following study programs:
International Year One – 4-5 semester program is designed for students who want to get a bachelor’s degree in the United States, but do not have a 12-year education and a sufficiently high level of English. The program is based on the study of academic subjects, an intensive course of English and the development of educational skills within the framework of a single educational course, which make it possible to successfully master the course of the first and second years of the four-year bachelor’s program. Earning credit hours towards a bachelor’s degree.
The program has several specializations:
- International Year One in Biomedical Sciences (4-5 semesters)
- International Year One in Business
- International Year One in General
- International Year One in Media and Communications
- International Year One in Natural Sciences
- International Year One in Pre-Engineering
- International Year One in the Arts
After successful completion of the International Year One, students enter the third year of the bachelor’s program.
Undergraduate Transfer Program – 1-2 semester program of study, designed for students who have completed college or several university courses who wish to transfer to one of the partner universities: Drew University, Colorado State University, George Mason University, Oregon State University. For admission to the program, a student must have a minimum of 30 credits (GPA of 2.3) from the previous place of study. Students will not repeat the material already passed, they will continue to receive additional academic, linguistic and cultural knowledge.
Bachelor’s Degree is a 4-year study program that is the first step towards higher education. Upon successful completion of training, the student receives a diploma, which gives the right to start working in his specialty. Drew University offers students direct admission to one of 43 undergraduate programs.
Academic English – language program duration 1-3 semesters.It prepares foreign students with a low level of language for university studies. The main objective of the program is to improve listening comprehension, writing and speaking, preparing for international exams, as well as studying subjects in the specialty. Learning efficiency is enhanced by small study groups of up to 16 people, highly qualified teachers, as well as out-of-class communication with other students from different countries in English.
Study Abroad with English is an annual program that combines the study of English and bachelor’s programs.Thanks to this, the student receives academic credits for the university disciplines of interest to him. Duration – 1 semester or 1 academic year.
Tuition fees, USD:
Bachelor’s Degree (2 semesters)
(2.5 – 3.0 GPA)
International Year One (2 semesters)
August, May, January
Undergraduate Transfer Program
Study Abroad with English (1 semester)
Academic English (1 trimester)
August, January, May
Accommodation.Drew University offers 2 accommodation options: on-campus and off-campus accommodation (at the request of the student). First year students are required to reside on one of the campuses: Tolley or Brown. Students will live in double rooms with private facilities. On campus, there is a dining room, several cafes, a food court and a minimarket – everything for the convenience of students. There is no need to pay in cash on campus, the meal plan is paid for with a student card.The cost of accommodation includes meals.
The cost of accommodation and meals on campus (1 semester) – from 8900 USD .
During registration for training, students make an advance payment from the total cost of the program, USD:
90 128 90 129 Program deposit (2000) 90 130
Extra paid , USD:
- Application Filing Fee (60)
- International Student Health Plan (760-2310)
- Textbooks (1200)
- Card design ID
- Consular fee of the embassy
- Flight ticket
- Airport transfer
- Certificate of secondary education only with good grades
- GPA GPA 2.3 (Grade Point Average) for preparatory programs, GPA from 2.5 for direct admission. An average mark of 5 (excellent) in the certificate corresponds to a score of 4.0 on the GPA scale.
- IELTS 5.5-6.0 (depending on the program) or take an online test
- SAT test results (for direct admission to some programs)
Beginning of training: August, January, May.
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90,000 Higher Education in the Philippines – HiSoUR Cultural History
Higher education in the Philippines is offered through a variety of programs (commonly known as courses in the Philippines) through a wide range of colleges and universities, also known as tertiary education institutions (HEIs).They are administered and regulated by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
HEIs are classified as college or university, as well as public or private, as well as secular or religious. As of August 2010, records from CHED showed that there were 1,573 private and 607 public universities in the country.
In the Philippines, a college is a higher education institution that typically offers a range of specialized courses in the sciences, humanities, or specific professional areas such as nursing, hotel and restaurant management, and information technology.Meanwhile, to be classified as a university, for example, public universities and colleges (SUC), CHED-controlled higher education institutions (CHEI), private higher education institutions (PHEI) and community colleges (CC) – must meet the following requirements:
at least eight programs of varying degrees operate; of which
at least six undergraduate courses, in particular
four-year liberal arts course,
four-year science and mathematics course,
four-year social science course, and
at least three other active and recognized professional courses leading to government licenses; and
at least two graduate-level courses leading to doctoral degrees.
Local universities have less stringent requirements than private universities. They only require at least five undergraduate programs – as opposed to eight for private universities and two graduate-level programs.
Public higher education
Public universities are non-denominational entities and are divided into two types: public university and college (SUC) or local college and university (LCU).
Public Universities and Colleges
Public Universities and Colleges (SUC) refers to any public institution that has been established under an Act passed by the Congress of the Philippines.These institutions are fully subsidized by the national government and can be considered a corporate body. SUCs are fully funded by the national government as defined by the Philippine Congress.
The University of the Philippines system, as a “national university”, receives the largest chunk of the 456 SUC and has also been strengthened by law through Republic Law 9500.
SUCs complained about insufficient financial assistance from the Philippine government.In fiscal 2008, the Philippine Congress allocated £ 20.8 billion in subsidy for the operation of the SUC, where $ 15.4 billion. In the United States, the amount is accounted for exclusively by the salaries of teachers and staff.
Collectively, SUCs have approximately 865,000 students, which means that each student is subsidized on average by PHP 24,000 per year of study. Each Filipino family contributes 1,185 PHP per year to run these schools through their tax payments.
During the growth and restructuring of SUC systems, names such as the University of the Philippines have changed their meanings over time.
In these five cases, the unconditional name became the official name of the multi-campus system, which includes the campus that is the original bearer of the name. Examples include:
University of the Philippines – its flagship campus in Diliman, Quezon City is better referred to as UP Diliman rather than UP. The latter belongs to the University of the Philippines system.
Rizal University – Its main campus in Tanay is better called URS-Tanay Main, not just URS.
Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University – Its main campus in Bucknotan, La Union is better called DMMMSU-North La Union than just DMMMSU.
In other cases, the unqualified name remains the official name of a separate main campus, which is now part of a larger system. Example:
Mindanao State University – its flagship campus in Maravi City, Lana del Sur is better called MSU Mine or simply MSU.
SUC face annual budget cuts. As a result, these schools are introducing enrollment quotas and increasing fees. In recent years, tuition fees and miscellaneous fees at the SUC have increased significantly.
In 2007, the University of the Philippines raised its curriculum by 300 percent from PHP 300 to PHP 1000 per unit, and Eulogio Amang Rodrigues Institute of Science and Technology realized a 600 percent increase in training from PHP 15 to PHP 15 per unit to PHP 100 per unit. unit, which led to a 50 percent decrease in the number of students. During the same period, the Polytechnic University of the Philippines was ready to increase its rate by 525 percent, but due to the massive student demonstration, the administration had to postpone the plan.
SUC are also forced to admit only a limited number of students due to budget cuts. In 2007, about 66,000 high school graduates took the University of the Philippines Entrance Exam (UPCAT), but only about 12,000 were admitted. The same is true at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, where between 10,000 and 13,000 people enroll more than 50,000 students from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines College Entrance Exam (PUPCET).
Enrollment Ratio 91,645 Only 10 percent of college students were in public schools in 1980, but this rose to 21 percent in 1994 and nearly 40 percent in 2008.
SUC List for Region
SUCs are consolidated into one organization called the Philippine Association of Public Universities and Colleges (PASUC). As of 2004, the PASUC membership consists of 111 SUCs and 11 satellite associations. There are 436 public universities and colleges in the Philippines (including satellite campuses).
Community Colleges and Universities
Community Colleges and Universities (LCU), on the other hand, are operated by local government units.Pamantasan and Lungsod-n-Meinila are the first and largest among BTsV.
The LCUs appear to be having some political difficulties. On March 1, 2011, the Senate Education, Arts and Culture Committee of the Senate of the Philippines announced that it would push for a law to regulate the BCB nationwide. The Senate Hearing received evidence from CHED that only a few of the courses offered at LCU institutions have national government approvals.Lawyer Lilia Milla of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) testified at a hearing that of the 450 programs offered by 93 LCUs in the country, about 42 have work permits. The chairman of the committee, Senator Edgardo Angara, said at the same hearing that without the law regulating the LCU, “we will add to the number of graduation factories. We already have enough factories. Many of the poor send their children to these schools, and they are “now it is corrected.”
Private higher education institutions
Private colleges and universities can be either sectarian or non-sectarian.Institutions can be either non-profit or profit-oriented.
Most private schools are non-profit Catholics such as Adamson University (Vincentian), Ateneo de Manila University (Jesuit), De La Salle University (Christian Brothers), Don Bosco Technical College (Salesian), Notre Dame of the University of Dadango (Marist Brothers of Schools), University of St. Louis (Philippines) (CICM), University of San Beda (Benedictine), University of the Immaculate Conception (Virgin Mary Religion) University of San Agustin (Augustinian), College of San Sebastian – Recoletos (Augustinian Remembers), University of San Carlos and College of the Divine Word of Vigan (SVD), University of Santo Tomás and College de San Juan de Letran (Dominican Republic).However, there are also non-Catholic non-profit sectarian institutions such as Silliman University (Presbyterian), MARIAM Inc. School of Nursing. -Lamitan City (Marians), Adventist University of the Philippines (Seventh-day Adventist), Wesleyan University of the Philippines (Methodist), Central Philippine University (Baptist), Philippine Christian University (Methodist), Trinity Asia University (Episcopal), New Era University ( Iglesia ni Cristo).
On the other hand, non-denominational private schools are corporations licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission.Examples of such programs are AMA Computer University, Centro Escolar University, Far Eastern University, Southern City Colleges, and STI College, which are also listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange.
Accreditation is a process of assessing and improving the quality of education of higher education institutions and programs through self-assessment and opinion assessment. It is an assessment system based on accrediting agency standards and a means of ensuring and improving the quality of education.This process leads to the issuance of accredited status by an accredited agency and provides public recognition and information about the quality of education.
Accreditation of private institutions
The voluntary accreditation of all higher education institutions is subject to the policy of the Higher Education Commission. Voluntary accreditation agencies in the private sector are the Philippine Association for the Accreditation of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU), the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Accreditation Commission (PACUCOA), and the Accrediting Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities Inc (ACSCU-AAI), which are all operate under the auspices of the Federation of Accredited Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP), which itself is a certification body authorized by CHED.Accreditation can be either from programs or institutions.
Programs offered by satellite campuses of non-system higher education institutions are subject to separate accreditation from these accrediting agencies.
All institutions accredited by these three FAAP-certified agencies are private institutions. In accordance with CHED’s revised policy and guidelines for voluntary accreditation in quality and excellence and higher education, there are four levels of program accreditation, with level IV being the highest.
Two institutions, the University of Ateno de Manila and the University of De La Salle – Manila, have received Level IV accreditation in accordance with the provisions of the CHED Rules, CMO 31 1995, but their institutional level IV accreditation has expired. In 2011, Ateneo received Level IV re-accreditation.
Currently, nine universities have valid institutional accreditation. Institutional accreditation is the highest certification that can be granted to an educational institution after considering the number of accredited individual program letters of credit of the university and the results of an overall assessment of the quality of its facilities, services and faculty.These schools are Adventist University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, Ateneo de Davao University, Ateno de Naga University, Saint Escolar University, Central Philippine University, De La Salle – Dasmarianas University, Silliman University, Trinity University in Asia and University of Santo Tomas.
Currently, Ateneo de Manila University is the only university in the Philippines to be simultaneously granted Level IV status and institutional accreditation.On the other hand, Silliman University has the largest number of accredited programs in the country, of which fourteen have Level IV accreditation status, while supporting institutional accreditation by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines.
Government-supported accreditation agencies are the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) and the Association of Local Colleges and Universities Accreditation Commission (ALCUCOA).Together they created the National Network of Quality Assurance Agencies (NNQAA) as a certifying agency for government-funded institutions. However, the NNQAA does not certify all government sponsored institutions. As private institutions, satellite campuses of non-systemic public higher education institutions are subject to separate accreditation.
The Technical Vocational Education Accreditation Agency of the Philippines (TVEAAP) was established and registered with the Securities Commission on October 27, 1987.On July 28, 2003, the FAAP Council accepted TVEAAP’s application to join the FAAP.
AACCUP and PAASCU are active members of the International Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (INQAAHE) and the Asia Pacific Quality Network (APQN).
Autonomy and Deregulation
In order to rationalize its oversight of higher education institutions, CHED also laid down guidelines for granting autonomy and deregulation privileges to certain schools. According to the guidelines, the general criteria reviewed by CHED are the institution’s “long tradition of integrity and integrity”, “commitment to excellence”, and “sustainability and sustainability of operations”.
Autonomous status allows HEIs to launch new courses / programs at the undergraduate and / or graduate level, including doctoral studies in fields of knowledge without providing authorization / authorization, but informing CHED about the programs offered. Scholars who have been granted autonomous status also enjoy the privilege of increasing tuition fees without obtaining permission from CHED, however, that they fully comply with existing CHED policies, standards and guidelines for higher tuition fees and other school fees, especially those related to the consultation process and other requirements.Because of their autonomy, such HEIs will be free from CHED monitoring and evaluation activities while respecting the submission of requested data to collect CHED data and update their management information systems and projects.
Other benefits of autonomous HEIs include exemption from Special Order (SO) for their graduates, priority in granting grants and other financial incentives / assistance from CHED whenever funds are available, privilege to offer extension classes to expand access to higher education education, the authority to receive honorary degrees to deserving individuals in accordance with the provisions of the existing issuance of PEDs for honorary degrees, the privilege to establish links with recognized foreign higher education institutions, provided that existing PSG CAPs for twinning, networking, and communication are fully respected.
In addition to all public colleges and universities of host universities and other chartered public universities such as University of the Philippine System, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Mindanao State University System and Pamantasan ng Lungsod n Meinila, sixty two (62) private higher education institutions (HEIs) have been provided autonomous statuses as of April 2016, which are: Satellite campuses of non-systemic universities or colleges are indicated in brackets.
Unregulated higher education institutions (HEIs) enjoy the same privilege as autonomous universities, but they must still provide permits for new programs and campuses.
CHED regularly updates its list of autonomous institutions with the latest published list valid until May 31, 2014. As of that date, 15 deregulated universities had launched CHRs.
Rankings and League Tables
There are no established methods for ranking institutions in the Philippines.In addition to comparisons in terms of accreditation, autonomy, and centers of excellence awarded by the Higher Education Commission (CHED), attempts are being made to rank schools based on the results of the Occupational Regulatory Commission (PRC) entrance examinations. PRC and CHED sometimes publish reports on these results.
FindUniversity.ph publishes the lists of the best schools in each PRC board exam, aggregated over the last four exams. These lists are regularly updated based on PRC publications on school performance on each exam.The FindUniversity.ph website has also created a college-weighted exam ranking in which Philippine universities participate, based on their ranking in all entrance exams their graduates have participated in. This ranking is also based on the last four exams of each exam and takes into account first and foremost, and only in schools that had at least 10 participants in total in the last four exams of each exam.
In 2009, CHED executive director Julito Vitriolo said they are in the process of developing appropriate guidelines for ranking Philippine universities and colleges for each specific academic program or discipline.As of June 2015, no such ratings exist yet.
Internationally Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University, University of the Philippines and Santo Tomás University are those that have been regularly listed among the top universities in the region and the world in league tables and polls such as currently – defunct Asiaweek University Rankings (which were ranked by universities last year in 1999 and 2000) and THES-QS World University Rankings in 2005, 2006 and 2008.In the 2007 THES-QS rankings, only UP and Ateneo remained in the THES-QS 500. In 2008, Ateneo, La Salle, UP and UST were ranked again, and Ateneo was ranked 254th in the world, UP at 276th , while the University of De La Salle and the University of Santo Tomás were placed in the Top 401-500 categories by Ateneo and UP also ranked among the top 100 universities in the world in arts and humanities. THES-QS rankings are mainly based on a survey of peer reviewers, while Asiaweek rankings were measured by university contributions and resources.In the 2009 world rankings, two Philippine universities ranked in the top 300, with the Ateneo de Manila University ranked 234th and the University of the Philippines ranked 262nd. De La Salle University was rated in the 401-500 range, while Santo Tomás University had less than 500 students. Selected subject areas were also ranked in the following categories: Arts and Humanities, Engineering / Technology, Natural Sciences, Life Sciences and Biomedicine, and Social Sciences. Ateneo and UP ranked 88th and 93rd respectively in Arts and Humanities, 243rd and 281st respectively in Engineering / Technology, 114th and 176th, respectively, in Natural Sciences, 186 and 171st in Life Sciences and Biomedicine, and 138 and 123, respectively, in social sciences, where La Salle was ranked 292.
There are other university rankings based on different methodologies and criteria. The Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, a Spanish research body that measures the Internet presence and the volume of research products freely available on the Internet, has UP and La Salle, which are ahead of other local universities. On the other hand, Shanghai University at Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities, based on Nobel Prize winners, Fields medals for mathematicians, highly regarded researchers or articles in Nature or Science; and the École des Mines de Paris rankings, which do not rank Philippine universities in the top 500 in terms of the number of graduates who are CEOs of Fortune 500 companies.
In the 2009 QS Top Universities Ranking, 16 Philippine schools participated or were included in the survey. These schools were: Adamson University, Ateno de Davao University, Ateneo de Manila University, Central Mindanao University, De La Salle University, Saturnino Urios Father University, Mapua Institute of Technology, Mindanao State University, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, University of Saint Louis ( Philippines), University of Silliman, University of the Philippines, University of San Carlos, University of Santo Tomas, University of Southeastern Philippines, and Xavier University.
In contrast to the rankings of the world university THE-QS, the rankings of the Asian university QS 2009 are limited in coverage to Asian institutions, survey only parties in Asia and use different criteria compared to those used in the THE-QS rankings. Based on these criteria, four Philippine schools ranked among the top 200: University of the Philippines (63), De La Salle University (76), Ateno de Manila University (84), and Santo Tomás University (104). In topical areas, four Philippine universities featured in the top 100 regions in the region: Arts and Humanities, University of the Philippines (12), Ateno de Manila University (19), De La Salle University (44), and Santo Tomás University (55).For life sciences and biomedicine, the University of the Philippines (47), Ateneo de Manila University (52), De La Salle University (79) and Santo Tomás University (85th) have been recognized. For natural sciences, Ateneo de Manila University (24), University of the Philippines (32), Santo Tomás University (94th) and De La Salle University (97th) were recognized. For social sciences, the University of the Philippines (22), Ateno de Manila University (28), De La Salle University (51), and Santo Tomás University (75th) were recognized. For IT and engineers, the University of the Philippines (63rd), Ateneo de Manila University (64th) and De La Salle University (79th) were recognized.In other metrics, Filipino schools ranked in the top 100 in all but three of the ranking criteria (student to faculty ratio, papers per faculty member, and citations on paper).
In the same 2009 QS Asian University rankings, more Philippine universities were included in the top 500 brackets. In terms of the International Student Survey: University of Ateno de Manila (70s), University of De La Salle (76), University of Silliman (111), University of Santo Tomas (183rd), University of St. Louis (Philippines) ( 216th), University of San Carlos (250th), Mapua Institute of Technology (267th), University of the Philippines (281st), Polytechnic University of the Philippines (345th), Fr.University of Saturnino Urios (368th).
In terms of the international faculty survey, the rankings were as follows: University of Ateno de Manila (73), University of the Philippines (151), Silliman University (216), De La Salle University (283), University of Saint Louis (Philippines) (Philippines) (288th), University of Santo Tomas (321st), while Fr. University of Saturnino, Mapua Institute of Technology, Polytechnic University of the Philippines and University of San Carlos, ranked 324th.
In 2010, the above-mentioned universities were included in the QS Asian Universities Survey.Overall, the University of Santo Tomas (101st), University of Santo Tomas (58th), University of Athens de Manila (58), De La Salle University (106th), entered the top 100 in Asia. In various subject areas, four universities were among the top 100 in Asia. For the Arts and Humanities, University of Ateno de Manila (14), University of the Philippines (16), De La Salle University (54) and Santo Tomás University (69th). For life sciences and biomedicine, the University of the Philippines (32), Ateneo de Manila University (38), Santo Tomás University (69th) and De La Salle University (84) have been recognized.For the natural sciences, the Ateneo de Manila University (22), the University of the Philippines (31), and the De La Salle University (88) have been recognized. For social sciences, the University of the Philippines (18), Ateneo de Manila University (25), De La Salle University (48), and Santo Tomás University (83rd) were recognized. For IT and engineers, the Ateneo de Manila University (57), the University of the Philippines (62) and the De La Salle University (80s) were recognized.
In other academic criteria, Philippine universities were represented in all but two indicators (international student survey and international faculty survey).For the Academic Peer Review, the University of the Philippines and the University of Ateneo-Manila published the same scores (96.0) and ranked 23rd and 24th, respectively. De La Salle University and Santo Tomás University ranked 70th and 90th respectively. For the Asian recruiting review, the University of the Philippines (22), Ateneo de Manila University (25), De La Salle University (29), and Santo Tomás University (59) were recognized. For the undergraduate faculty, the University of Southeast Philippines was the only Philippine school recognized at 43rd.For citation on paper, Santo Tomás University was ranked 8th, the only Philippine school recognized in this category. For the International Student Exchange-Entry, Ateneo de Manila University (48th) and San Carlos University (53rd) were recognized. For international student exchange-outbound, Ateneo de Manila University was the only Philippine school recognized in the 41st.
Quacquarelli Symonds Asian Ranking 2013
University of the Philippines 67th
Ateneo de Manila University 109th
Santo Tomás University 150th
De La Salle University 151st 160th
South East Philippines University 251-300th
Quacquarelli Symonds Asian Ranking 2014
University of the Philippines 63rd
Ateneo de Manila University 115th
Santo Tomás University 141st
De La Salle University 151st 160th
Ateneo de Davao University 251-300th
Types of THES-QS Ranking
Ratings such as THES-QS were obtained with mixed reactions.In 2006, Ang Pamantasan, the official student article Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, published a criticism of the university regarding the rankings, stating that the THES-QS criteria do not apply to the unique landscape of each participating university and that such rankings say nothing or very little about whether students are actually attending specific colleges or universities. In the same year, the University of the Philippines, through its president, University of Emerlind Roman, expressed that it did not want to participate in the THES-QS ranking, but was included in 2007 with an incomplete academic profile.In the same year, the president of Ateno de Manila University Bienvenido Nebres, SJ, commented on the rankings, pointing out that rankings such as these do not reflect the university’s adequate development or how well it is working towards achieving its mission vision.
In 2007, the Ateneo administration repeatedly reiterated its position, even with the improvement in the 2007 rankings.
In 2008, the University of the Philippines questioned the validity of the 2008 THES-QS ranking, arguing that the methodology used was “problematic,” and cited the International Ranking Systems for Universities and Institutions: A Critical Evaluation, which revealed that The Times was simply asking for 190 000 “experts” list what they consider to be the top 30 universities in their field of expertise, without providing baseline data on any performance indicators as one reason to reject the survey.In addition, UP said THES-QS refused to disclose how and where the data was obtained from, and instead advised the university to advertise a $ 48,930 advertising package on the THES-QS website. CHED Chairman Emmanuel Angeles, on the other hand, thanked all four Philippine universities that made the list. He also suggested that Filipino schools will improve in the future in THES-QS rankings if they choose to advertise in THES-QS publications, and when budget allocations for faculty and researchers, especially UP, get better in the coming years.The Ateneo administration, instead of directly commenting on the 2008 rankings, allowed an editorial to be published on its website that largely affirmed the same position, even after further improvement.
In 2009, the University of Santo Tomás stated that “it will be very difficult for such universities to rank high in such polls unless they have a lot of media mileage or have extensive press releases to advertise themselves.” In addition, the UST lamented that “it is rather difficult to understand that another university in the country holds much more than the UST in life sciences and biomedicine, when it hardly offers any courses in this area such as pharmacy. medical technology, nursing, physical and occupational therapy. “Despite repeated invitations to attend the THES-QS-sponsored conference and to advertise the University on its websites and publications, UST firmly declined. The Ateneo administration retained its previous positions after the 2009 ranking, but actively participates in the survey.
In 2010, after the publication of the 2010 ranking by QS Asia University, there were different answers. The Ateneo administration retained its previous positions and, along with some faculty members, expressed some satisfaction with the ranking, but pledged to continue to work to improve the university.At the University of Santo Tomas, some administrators commented on their effectiveness vis-à-vis other schools in terms of academic peer review, while an editorial on their student paper noted that some things were uneven in rankings, noting that their university runs on local council exams and marketing and advertising aspect of the ranking.
90,000 College is a private university in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA. Founded in 1861 by Matthew Vassar, was the first institution of higher education for women
Vassar College was founded in 1861 under the name “Women’s Vassar College” eng. “Vassar Female College”. The first president of the institution was Milo P. Juett; he supervised a staff of 10 professors and 21 teachers. A year after founding, the founder of the college, Matthew Vassar, removed the word “female” in English. “Female”, considering this part of the university’s name derogatory.
The College became the second in the Seven Sisters Association of Colleges, which includes the oldest educational institutions, originally formed exclusively for women.
In 1969, Vassar College became a joint educational institution for men and women. At the same time, the college accepted for training a small number of men who returned from World War II, in accordance with the G.I. Bill. Because college rules prohibited male enrollment, enrolled veterans received their degrees through New York State universities. These diplomas were subsequently reissued on behalf of Vassar College after it became collaborative for teaching. The formal decision to accept students of both genders for the college came after Vassar College’s trustees rejected an offer from Yale University, historically the sister institution of Vassar College, to merge into one university.
At the moment, about 2450 people attend the college, 97% of them live on campus. 65% of students graduated from public schools, while 35% graduated from private schools. Currently, 58% of students are women and 42% are men, which is the national average for liberal arts colleges. The teaching staff includes 336 people, with almost all teachers having a doctorate or its equivalent. The student to faculty ratio is 8: 1, with an average class size of 17.90,023
In recent years, black students have accounted for roughly a third of college admissions. International students from over 55 countries make up 8-10% of the total number of students.
President of Vassar College Francis D. Fergusson held office for 20 years, retiring in 2006. Then came to this post Katharine Bond Hill, who previously served as rector at Williams College. She served for 10 years and left the post in 2016. Hill was replaced by Elizabeth Howe Bradley in 2017.
90,000 Stonehill College Admissions: SAT Scores, Help & More
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Since three quarters of applicants are admitted every year, Stonehill College is a public school for students. Since college is not a requirement for testing, the admissions committee does not only consider grades and test scores; Students will be required to submit an application, high school transcripts, writing samples, and letters of recommendation.The school accepts a general application.
Interested students are encouraged to visit the campus and should contact the admissions office for any questions.
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Admission data (2016):
- Stonehill College Acceptance Rate: 73% 90 130
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Stonehill College Description:
Stonehill College is a Catholic liberal arts college located on an attractive 375-acre campus in Easton, Massachusetts.The college ranks well among the nation’s liberal arts colleges and recently appeared in the US News and World Report for the “Top Up-and-Coming Schools” list. Stonehill students come from 28 states and 14 countries and the college scores highly for its student engagement rate.
Stonehill College has a student to faculty ratio of 13: 1 and an average class size of 20. Students can choose from 80 majors and minors.In addition to faculty members, students at Stonehill can join a number of clubs and organizations on campus, including theater clubs, art groups, academic organizations, school newspapers, recreational sports and religious clubs.
In athletics, Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the NCAA Division II Northeast Conference Ten.
- Total number of students: 2,481 (all students)
- Gender: 40% men / 60% women 90 130
- 99% full time
Expenditure (2016 – 17):
- Tuition Fee: USD 39,900
- Books: $ 893 (why so many?)
- Room and meals: $ 15,230
- Other expenses: $ 1.507
- Total cost: 57,530 $
Stonehill College Financial Aid (2015-16):
- Percentage of New Students Receiving Aid: 98% 90 130
- Percentage of New Students Receiving Aid
- Grants: 97% 90 130
90,129 Credits: 70% 90,130
- Grants: 97% 90 130
- Average Aid
- Grants: $ 23,831
- Loans: 8,211 $
- Most popular specialties: Accounting, Biology, Business Administration, Communication Studies, Criminology, Elementary Education, English, Finance, History, Marketing, Political Science, Psychology
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Issue and retention rate:
- First-year student retention (full-time students): 92% 90 130
- 4-year graduation rate: 76%
- 6-year graduation course: 80%
Intercollegiate sports programs:
- Sports for Men: Football, Hockey, Football, Baseball, Tennis, Cross Country, Basketball 90 130
- Women’s sports: Field hockey, Lacrosse, Equestrian sports, Athletics, Tennis, Softball, Football
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90,000 The best design and fashion schools in the world – rating of the best fashion schools 2020
Studying abroad in fashion and fashion design, fashion design means learning from the best.In February 2020, CEOworld magazine published ranking of the best fashion schools in the world . The rating was based on the following criteria: the reputation of the fashion school among students, employers and the influence of the fashion academy on the development of the fashion industry and fashion design in the world. We are proud that the rating includes partners of EDUSTEPS – academies of fashion and design in Italy, Spain, USA and France where students from Ukraine are already getting higher education.
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Top Fashion Schools in the World
London College of Fashion, London College of Fashion, which is part of the University of the Arts London (UAL) ), according to CEOWORLD magazine was named the best fashion school in the world in 2020, and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT, Fashion Institute of Technology) New York and the School of Arts, Design and Architecture – Aalto University, Aalto University, took 2 and 3 place accordingly.
Ranking of the best fashion schools in the world
The rigorous classification process on the basis of which the ranking was made takes into account the school’s global reputation and its impact on the industry; specialization or specialty; conditions of admission; and the academic experience of the students. The ranking was also based on a survey of over 40,000 students, 50,000 industry professionals and 30,000 recruiters.
CEOworld analyzed schools according to the following criteria
Requirements for applicants
Employment rate of graduates
Employers’ feedback on graduates
Reputation in the world of fashion
Influence on the development of the fashion industry
Which fashion schools were included in the world ranking The ranking included the prestigious Parsons School of Design, the Parsons School, and was ranked 4th in the world.The 5th place is occupied by the American University Westphal College of Media Arts & Design at Drexel University. Central Saint Martins, ranked 6th in the world, and School of Design at Royal College of Art ranked 7th. Overall, Istituto Marangoni International, Bunka Gakuen University and ESMOD Paris are ranked 8th, 9th and 10th among the top 10 fashion schools in the world.
Azrieli Faculty of Design at Shenkar College, ranked 11th, followed by the National Institute of Fashion Technology – New Delhi (no. 12) and the Royal Academy of Arts Antwerp (no. 13).Meanwhile, the Fashion Design Institute was ranked 14th in the 2020 World’s Best Fashion Schools by CEOWORLD Magazine.
The Savannah College of Art and Design was ranked 15th, followed by the University of the Creative Arts – Rochester (16th), Stevens College Columbia (17th), Polimoda – Florence (18th) and the Institute Arts ArtEZ – 19th place. Out of the top 100 fashion institutes in the world in 2020, the University of Westminster in the United States was ranked 20th.
Countries to study Fashion design
According to the ranking, the most popular countries where you can study fashion and fashion design are: United States of America, Great Britain, Italy and France
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Ranking of the 100 best fashion and design universities in the world, 2020
1. London College of Fashion, London, UK
2. Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), New York, US
3. School of Arts, Design and Architecture – Aalto University, Espoo, Finland
4.Parsons School of Design, New York, US
5. Westphal College of Media Arts & Design at Drexel University, Philadelphia, US
6. Central Saint Martins, London, UK
7. School of Design at Royal College of Art, London, UK
8. Istituto Marangoni International, Milan, Italy
9. Bunka Gakuen University, Tokyo, Japan
10. ESMOD Paris, Paris, France
11. Azrieli Faculty of Design at Shenkar College, Ramat Gan, Israel
12. National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi, New Delhi, India
13.Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
14. Fashion Design Institut, Dusseldorf, Germany
15. Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, US
16. University for the Creative Arts (UCA Rochester), Rochester, UK
17. Stephens College, Columbia (Missouri), US
18. Polimoda, Florence, Italy
19. ArtEZ Institute of the Art, Arnhem, Arnhem, Netherlands
20. University of Westminster, London, UK
21. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, US
22.Miami International University of Art & Design, Miami, US
23. Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York, US
24. Pratt Institute, New York, New York, US
25. Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark
26. Ryerson University School of Fashion, Toronto, Canada
27. Bath School of Art & Design, Bath, UK
28. Geneva University of Art and Design, Geneva, Switzerland
29. Istituto Europeo di Design, Milan, Italy
30 Institut Francais de la Mode, Paris, France
31.Academy of Art University, San Francisco, US
32. Institut Francais de la Mode, Paris, France
33. Manchester School of Art, Manchester, UK
34. Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK
35. Philadelphia University-Jefferson, Philadelphia, PA, US
36. AMFI Amsterdam Fashion Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands
37. California College of the Arts, San Francisco, US
38. RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
39. Rhode Island School of Design, Rhode Island, US
40.Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, London, UK
41. Studio Bercat, Paris, France
42. University for the Creative Arts (UCA Farnham), Farnham, UK
43. Paris College of Art, Paris, France
44. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
45. University of Brighton, Brighton, UK
46. Swedish School of Textiles, Boras, Sweden
47. Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, US
48. Fashion Design Studio TAFE, Sydney, Australia
49 Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, China
50.Design School Kolding, Kolding, Denmark
51. University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia
52. Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
53. University for the Creative Arts (UCA Epsom), Epsom, UK
54. Domus Academy, Milan, Italy
55. School of the Art Institute Chicago, Chicago US
56. Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia, US
57. Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, US
58. Middlesex University , London, UK
59.George Brown College, Ontario, Canada
60. Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, US
61. Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Visuels de La Cambre, Brussels, Belgium
62. Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design , Kiev, Ukraine
63. LIM College, New York, US
64. Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand
65. Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan
66. LaSalle College, Montreal, Canada
67. University of Applied Arts , Vienna, Austria 91 645 68.The College of Human Sciences, Iowa State University, Iowa, US
69. School of Design, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, US
70. Raffles Design Institute, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
71. Columbia College Chicago, Chicago, US
72 Columbus College of Art & Design, Ohio, US 91 645 73. University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, US 91 645 74. University IUAV of Venice, Venice, Italy 91 645 75. Koefia Academy, Rome, Italy
76. Instituto Europeo Di Design, Barcelona, Spain
77. Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
78.Accademia Costume e Moda, Rome, Italy
79. Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, Milan, Italy
80. University of Central Lancashire, Lancashire, UK
81. Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 91 645 82. Jannette Klein Universidad, Mexico City, Mexico
83. University of Northampton, Northampton, UK
84. National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, India
85. Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam, Netherlands
86. University of Salford, Manchester, UK
87.University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, US
88. Arts University Bournemouth (AUB), Poole, UK
89. Northbrook College, Sussex, Sussex, UK
90. Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Oslo, Norway
91. University of East London, London, UK
92. The Art Institute of California, Santa Monica, US
93. Mexico University Ibero Americana, Mexico City, Mexico
94. Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK
95. Beckmans College of Design , Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
96.AMD Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
97. De Montfort University (DMU), Leicester, UK
98. Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Boston, US
99. Southampton Solent University, Southampton, UK
100. Design & Arts College of New Zealand, Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
Based on information taken from CeuWorld
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90,000 Joe Biden reached the mark that failed Hillary Clinton: 50%
According to CNN, in most cases when we look at polls, we are talking about a difference.For example, former Vice President Joe Biden is 7 points ahead of President Donald Trump in an NBC News / Wall Street Journal poll last Sunday. However, you can overlook the fact that Biden is much closer to 50% (49%) than Trump (42%) in the survey.
In fact, when you look at the average statistics of the real-time polls published since last Sunday, Biden even surpasses the 50% mark (51%). That is, he still has the majority.This is a key step that should not be underestimated.
Trump’s surprise victory in 2016 was eased by the fact that Democrat Hillary Clinton never got around 50% of the vote in the polls. An average real-time poll conducted in June 2016 (when libertarian Gary Johnson was included) found Clinton’s rating to be only 42%. In none of these polls did it even come close to 50%. In fact, she never came close to the poll average for the rest of the campaign.
At the same time, Biden achieved at least 50% in three live polls last week (ABC News / Washington Post, University of Monmouth and NPR / PBS NewsHour / Marist College).
When Trump closed the gap in the final days of the 2016 campaign, he had to convince a rather small number of Clinton supporters to vote for him. Trump just needed to enlist the support of those who were undecided or supported the third candidate.
Right now, Trump’s path (to victory) looks very difficult, if not nearly impossible, unless he picks up voters who are already on Biden’s side.
Other historical examples also don’t flatter Trump too much. The only other contender at the time, who was on the verge of 50% in the polls, was Jimmy Carter in 1976. And he won the election.