Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

College introduction

(RU), founded in 1766, is the eighth institution of higher education established in the United States, the largest institution of higher learning in New Jersey, and one of the most competitive ones in scientific research. The university has three campuses, the main one in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and the other two in Newark and Camden, close to New York and Philadelphia respectively. The three campuses have more than 71,000 students from more than 125 countries. There are 29 schools and 175 departments providing over 150 bachelor's degree programs, and 400 master's degree and doctoral degree programs. The whole RU system has more than 300 research centers across New Jersey. RU is a member of the Association of American Universities and the Big Ten, and known as a "Public Ivy". In 2020, RU (New Brunswick) ranked the 62nd among the best universities in the United States and the 22nd among top public universities at U.S. News, the 50th in the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR), among the 81st-90th in Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, and among the 101st-150th in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

Master's degree program:

Fine Arts in Design

Academic requirements: No failure in course exams in China, an average score of 80 or more, application one year in advance for any discipline in design, and an undergraduate degree certificate required

IELTS requirements: 6.5

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