Amherst College: Tuition, Admissions, Rankings

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Amherst College is a well-established liberal arts college and one of the oldest learning institutions in Massachusetts. Less than 2,000 students are welcomed into its halls yearly, allowing for a small and optimal student-to-faculty ratio of 7:1.This undergraduate-exclusive institution offers a limited selection of 41 majors. Amherst College is well-ranked, placing 201st for English and Literature in the QS rankings, 22nd in the US by Times Higher Education, and 2nd among national liberal arts colleges by US News.

Amherst College Overview

  • Founded: 1821
  • Location: Amherst, United States
  • Type: Private
  • Total Enrollment: 1,970 students
  • International Enrollment: 197 students
  • Amherst College Website

Amherst College Admissions

In this section, we will go over the admissions at Amherst College. To apply to Amherst College, it is essential that you follow the application procedure found in these pages:

English Language Requirements

Students studying at Amherst College in English medium should meet one of these English language requirements:

  • Minimum TOEFL Score for Bachelors: 100
  • Minimum IELTS Score for Bachelors: 7.5

Language Requirements Pages

If you are interested, take a look at these language requirements pages for more information on language requirements at Amherst College:

Bachelor's Tuition Fees

The bachelor's tuition fee at Amherst College is 63,500 USD per year for domestic students and 63,500 USD per year for international students.

Tuition Fee Pages

Here are the official tuition fee pages where we got the information from. Check out these pages for more information on tuition fee of Amherst College:


Here are the world rankings of Amherst College from reputable ranking sources:

  • EduRank: #1054 in the World
  • UniRank: #521 in the World

Bachelor's Courses

Here are some of the bachelor's courses at Amherst College that are being offered:

  • American Studies
  • Biochemistry and Biophysics
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Film and Media Studies
  • Geology
  • History

You can take a look at complete list of bachelor's courses at Amherst College in the Bachelor's Courses Page