Drew University is a leading liberal arts university in the United States, offering advanced undergraduate and graduate programs in a variety of fields. It is a popular choice among international students due to its welcoming environment and affordable tuition.
The university comprises the College of Liberal Arts, Drew Theological School, and the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. It enrolls over 2,200 students from different countries.
The Theological School and Caspersen School offer master's and doctoral degrees, while the College provides bachelor's degrees in 40 majors, along with 18 pre-professional and 19 double-degree programs.
The university offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs. Students can also take additional semester courses in New York, participate in internships with leading global companies, engage in research, and more.
Drew's unique New York Semesters provide students with opportunities to gain experience on Wall Street, at the United Nations, in the realm of contemporary art, communications and media, theater, social entrepreneurship, cultural management, allowing them to be directly immersed in the global center of culture and commerce.
The university features state-of-the-art biology laboratories in the Drew Summer Science Institute, the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts, a theater, the Charles A. Dana Research Institute for Scientists Emeriti (RISE), the Center on Religion, Culture, and Conflict, and more.