Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr College traces its early beginning from the year 1885, when it first opened its doors to women who are in search for a more ambitious academic program than those previously offered in the country, making it the United States' first institution to offer women with fellowships for graduate study. In 1931, the college started accepting male students in its Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Today, its campus in Bryn Mawr is home to 1,300 undergraduate women and over 400 coed graduate students representing 45 states and 62 countries across the globe. Bryn Mawr College currently offers over 80 undergraduate majors and minors in nearly 70 fields of liberal arts studies, and 9 graduate programs through 2 schools, namely: The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and The Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research.
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 100
- Minimum incoming IELTS 7.00