Augsburg College situated in Minnesota is a private, four-year university which offers high quality education in liberal arts and sciences. It intends to nurture students as future leaders in service to the world by providing high quality educational opportunities in an intentionally diverse campus community.
It was established in the year 1869. Augsburg has both under-graduate as well as graduate degrees. In addition to undergraduate liberal arts and sciences Augsburg offers master’s degree programmes in business, education, leadership, nursing, physician assistant studies, and social work.
Tuition and Fees (Estimated)
Fall Semester (4 credits): $13,051.50
Spring Semester (4 credits): $13,051.50
Total for Fall and Spring Semesters: $26,103.00
Room and board on-campus housing (8 months): $7,161.00
TOEFL scores iBT — 80, CBT — 213, PBT — 550,
IELTS — 6.5,
ACT — 22,
SAT IV+M — 1030
Academic-based scholarships ranging from 25 to 70 per cent of tuition per year are available for qualified international students who are enrolled full-time at Augsburg College. Academically qualified students are encouraged to apply for the President’s Scholarship (ranging from $16,500 to full tuition).
Living on the Augsburg campus offers many opportunities for learning, fun, and leadership. Students living in residence halls consistently earn higher grades and gain greater satisfaction during their college career.