Eastern Mennonite University

Eastern Mennonite University ( EMU ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. EMU began operations in 1917. The building of the educational institution is located on the campus, remote from Harrisonburg.

Admission and tuition fees. For admission to the university, along with the results of the exams, the student must provide information about previous academic performance. When applying, 70 percent (more than half) of applicants successfully enter the university. However, EMU’s acceptance rate can vary significantly depending on the chosen direction of the program of study. The academic year in an educational institution traditionally consists of two semesters. The cost of studying at the university is quite high and amounts to 20,000 USD per year. Those wishing to get a master’s degree in this university should expect to spend 20,000 USD per year of study. Despite this, university students may qualify for financial assistance from the educational institution. The educational institution belongs to the list of universities, where it is possible to receive education remotely. For more information on the cost of education, you can visit the official website of the educational institution -http://www.emu.edu .

The composition of the university. Eastern Mennonite University is a small university with approximately 2,000 students. The educational institution accepts both local and foreign citizens. The teaching staff of EMU includes about 299 teachers. University students may have access to international exchange programs. You can find out more about student life and studying at the university on the social. University pages: Flickr , Twitter , Youtube , Facebook , Linkedin .

University infrastructure. The university library is also available to university students. University students can apply for a place in a student hostel.