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Amherst College

Amherst College

PO Box 5000, Amherst, Massachusetts, 01002, United States
http://www.amherst.edu
Annual Out-of-state Tuition $50,562
Cost of Living $14,010
Total Cost $64572
Total Enrolled - Undergraduate 1,964
International Students 8%
School Ownership Private
Campus Setting Rural
School Group National Liberal Arts College
Group Ranking 2
Strongest Programs

English, Economics, Psychology, Law/Jurisprudence and Social Thought, Political Science

Required Tests for Int'l Students TOEFL, SAT/ACT, SAT II
Minimum TOEFL-iBT Score 100
Is a SAT Score Required? Yes
SAT Range: Critical Reading 660-760
SAT Range: Math 650-780
Application Deadline 1/1
% Accepted 15%
Application Fee $60
Student Adviser for Int'l Students Yes
Provide Housing During Academic Year? Yes
Offer Aid to International Students? Yes
Average Scholarship Amount -
Inside Word What the school says: "Amherst is need-blind for both domestic and international applicants. Amherst no longer requires international students to submit the International Student Financial Aid Application."

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