Anderson University

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According to the U.S. Department of Education and the Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, Anderson University is among the fastest-growing private universities in the country. But, of course, increased enrollment only tells part of the story. However, the reason is Anderson’s reputation as a premier institution of higher learning and status among the best regional universities in the South as recognized by both U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. Further, the U.S. News & World Report for 2022 named Anderson one of the “Best Value” schools among regional universities in the South, and the Wall Street Journal for 2021 named Anderson #26 for best student engagement among all universities in the United States. At the heart of our educational program is an uncompromising commitment to the liberal arts as a means of preparing students with both the breadth and depth of knowledge they need, not only to be successful in the career of their choice but to be successful in all realms of life—in family, community, work, and church.

Intakes
All Campuses Anderson, South Carolina
Website www.andersonuniversity.edu
Monthly Living Cost $3,870 per semester
Funds Requirements for Visa N/A
Application Fees $40
Currency USD
Is Lang Mendatory Yes
Part Time Work Details 20 hours per week
Ranking
  • Times Higher Education World Education Rankings: 301 – 350
  • QS World University Rankings by Subject: 501 – 550
  • UK University League Table: 114th
  • The Guardian University Rankings: 109th
English Language Requirements

A TOEFL score of at least 550 paper-based or 75 internet-based or above A band score of 6 on IELTS or above A Duolingo English Test score of 100 or above Completing level 112 of the Intensive English for Academic Purposes Program from an ELS (English Language Center). Please note that Anderson University must receive an official Academic Report and copy of the ELS Certificate directly from ELS Agape level 5 (Agape is an English Language Center) Pearsons PTE of 50 or above in of 3.7 or above SAT Evidenced Based Reading and Writing score of 480 or higher for freshmen applicants only Graduation from a high school where English is the primary language of instruction Successful completion of two semesters at an accredited US institution as a full-time student and completion of two semesters of English composition with a grade of C or higher (online English composition courses are not accepted)

Scholarship Policy

Financial aid is financial support that can help fund your degree at Anderson University. Types of financial aid include scholarships, grants, and loans. Sources of financial aid include but are not limited to Anderson University, the State of South Carolina, the U.S. Department of Education, and outside sources. Scholarships are funds that do not need to be repaid and are typically awarded based on grades, test scores, and other merit-based qualifications. Grants are funds that do not need to be repaid and are typically awarded based on need. Loans are borrowed funds that need to be repaid. After you complete a FAFSA, you will receive an award notice showing the aid you may be eligible to receive.

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Scholarships, Bursaries, and Funding

Students at This University can apply for various scholarship schemes offered by the university, the UK government, and other organizations.

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