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Rider University

Rider University

2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, 08648-3099, United States
http://www.rider.edu
Annual Out-of-state Tuition $31,930
Cost of Living $11,810
Total Cost $43,740
Total Enrolled - Undergraduate 4,743
International Students 4%
School Ownership Private
Campus Setting Suburban
School Group Regional University (North)
Group Ranking 21
Strongest Programs

Business Management


Who are we 

Rider University was founded in 1865. We are a co-educational university in the liberal arts tradition.

Students per class: 25

Student faculty ratio: 12:1

International student body: 61 countries, 190 students (3%) mostly from China, India, Canada, France, and the UK.

When presenting Rider University to prospective students, we highlight the 5 Rider Advantages:

  1. Our Academic Distinctions 
  2. Professional Preparation
  3. World-class Location
  4. Global Perspective
  5. Outstanding Student Support

1. Academic Distinctions

  • US News and World Report in 2011 ranked Rider as #21 among 200 universities in the North Region. We are a top-tier school in the North Region.
  • The Westminster Choir College is known internationally among musicians and music schools. The professors are professional musicians famous in their fields.
  • Our Accounting and Business programs are accredited by AACSB – only 5% of business programs in the world have this accreditation.
  • 97% of our professors hold a PhD or highest degree in their field. All classes are taught by professions, never by graduate assistants.

2. Professional Preparation

  • 90% of our students get a job or start graduate school within 6 months after graduating from Rider.
  • Internships are possible and encouraged. The Career Service Office works closely with academic offices to help students find internships. Examples of companies where our students interned and/or were hired: Barclays Bank, Dow Jones, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Cisco Systems, Johnson & Johnson, Estee Lauder, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, MTV, CNN America, United Nations, Wells Fargo, the Washington Opera House, and others.

3. World-class Location

  • We are just 1-hour train ride from New York City or 30-minute drive to Philadelphia. It is also very easy travel to other cities (Washington DC, Boston, Toronto, etc.).
  • We have two campuses: the main campus is in Lawrenceville, a safe, small suburban town; the second campus is in Princeton, which is known for being one of the best small college towns in America. Both Lawrenceville and Princeton are safe and affluent towns. Most classes are offered in Lawrenceville; the Princeton campus is for the Westminster Choir College only.
  • Free shuttle buses take students to both campuses. On the weekends the shuttle makes stops at shopping malls, downtown Princeton, and other stores. Students can also rent a car on campus.

4. Global Perspective

  • We offer many short-term, semester and year-long opportunities to study abroad. The Center for International Education organizes trips and events for students.
  • There is an International Students Association on campus, promoting integration between international and American students on and off-campus.

5. Outstanding Student Support

  • Student access to faculty is a top priority; most faculty give students their cell phone numbers.
  • We have more than 150 student clubs and organizations, including: Asian Students at Rider, Latin American Students Organization, Organization of Caribbean-Affiliates Students, German Club, Slavic Club, Japanese Pop Culture Society, French Club and others.
  • We promote social responsibility: through many opportunities for volunteer work in the United States and abroad, students learn to help others, network and become responsible global citizens.
  • Athletics - official website for sports: www.gobroncs.com, plus 16 athletic clubs such as Equestrian Club, Table Tennis Club, Swimming, Ice Hockey and Baseball, among others.


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Undergraduate Majors 

 

Accounting 

Advertising
American Studies
Art (Fine Arts)
Arts Administration
Behavioral Neuroscience
Biochemistry
Biology
Business Administration 
Business Economics
Chemistry
Computer Information Systems 
Dance
Economics
Elementary Education
English
Entrepreneurial Studies 
Environmental Sciences
Finance
French
Geosciences
German
Global Studies
Global Supply Chain Management 
Graphic Design
History
Human Resource Management 
International Business
Integrated Sciences & Math
Journalism

Management & Leadership

 

Contact Us 

GPA Vietnam

Số 5, Ngách 106/42, Ngõ 106 Hoàng Quốc Việt, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội

Tel: 090 468 1173 hoặc 090 225 6088

Email: inquiries@goldenpathacademics.com

Or 

Cristiana Kunyczka

Director of International Admission

Office: Ciambelli Hall

Phone: (609) 895-5635

Fax: (609) 895-5680

Email: ckunyczka@rider.edu   

Required Tests for Int'l Students TOEFL, SAT/ACT
Minimum TOEFL-iBT Score 94
Is a SAT Score Required? Yes
Application Deadline 03/15
% Accepted 71%
Application Fee $50
Student Adviser for Int'l Students Yes
Provide Housing During Academic Year? Yes
Offer Aid to International Students? Yes
International Students Receiving Aid 25
Average Scholarship Amount $13,390
Financial Aid Deadline Rolling
Inside Word Rider is offering international students scholarships of up to $16,000/year to students meeting GPA and SAT requirements. A $2,000 travel grant is available as well!

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