Wesleyan University was established in 1831 in Middletown, Connecticut. Wesleyan offers instruction in 39 departments and 46 major fields of study and has bachelor of arts and graduate degrees. Students can choose from more than 900 courses on offer.
Bachelor of Arts, Master’s Degree in six disciplines, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (awarded by Graduate Liberal Studies Program), and PhD in six disciplines
Tuition and fees $36,806
Total $49, 646.
Scholarships and financial aid
Freeman Asian Scholars Program: full tuition
Wesleyan undergraduate financial aid is awarded based on need
A number of other scholarships are also available you can apply through ‘International Student Financial Aid Application of the College Scholarship Service.’
360-acre campus More than 340 buildings including
Median SAT score for students enrolled: 700 verbal, 700 math, 690 writing; ACT 30.
Seven per cent international students.
The university has residence halls, apartments, and houses the average cost would come to around $10,130.