20 February 2018

Top Ranked Colleges for International Relations Majors (2018)

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foreignpolicy logo 400x400In search of colleges and universities with strong undergraduate international relations programs?

Courtesy of Foreign Policy magazine and the College of William & Mary, we've compiled their list of top 50 programs in the United States, along with admit rate and test score data to help you locate likely, target and reach schools to add to your list.  As always, we've also included a link to each school's website to help you explore further.

Click on Continue Reading for the list, or here for the Foreign Policy article. 

 


 

Top Ranked Undergraduate International Relations Programs

Foreign Policy Magazine, 2018

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Rank Institution Admit Rate (%) SAT Mid 50 ACT Mid 50 Link to School
1 Harvard University 5 1460-1580 33-35
2 Princeton University 6 1440-1570 32-35
3 Stanford University 4 1420-1570 32-35
4 Georgetown University 14 1370-1530 31-34
5 Columbia University 6 1450-1560 33-35
6 Yale University 6 1450-1560 33-35
7 University of Chicago 6 1490-1560 33-35
8 George Washington University 42 1280-1460 29-32
9 American University 32 1220-1380 27-31
10 University of California - Berkeley 15 1300-1530 28-34
11 University of California - San Diego 30 1250-1470 26-33
12 Dartmouth College 8 1420-1560 31-35
13 Tufts University 15 1370-1530 31-34
14 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor 23 1380-1540 30-34
15 Johns Hopkins University 9 1470-1560 33-35
16 College of William and Mary 37 1310-1490 30-33
17 MIT 7 1500-1570 34-36
18 Cornell University 11 1410-1530 32-34
19 University of Pennsylvania 7 1420-1550 32-35
20 Ohio State University - Columbus 52 1240-1450 27-32
21 Williams College 12 1410-1550 32-35
22 Brown University 7 1420-1550 32-35
23 University of Virginia 24 1330-1500 30-34
24 Swarthmore College 9 1380-1550 31-34
25 University of California - Los Angeles 14 1420-1520 28-34
26 Duke University 7 1490-1560 31-35
27 New York University 15 1310-1510 29-34
28 Middlebury College 16 1340-1510 31-34
29 University of Denver 56 1170-1370 26-31
30 University of Southern California 11 1360-1510 30-34
31 Wellesley College 20 1330-1520 30-34
32 University of Notre Dame 15 1410-1540 33-35
33 Pomona College 8 1400-1530 31-34
34 University of Texas - Austin 39 1170-1410 27-33
35 University of Wisconsin - Madison 52 1300-1480 27-32
36 University of Washington 49 1220-1460 27-32
37 Amherst College 11 1390-1540 31-34
38 Macalester College 41 1310-1500 29-33
39 University of Minnesota 52 1300-1450 26-31
40 Syracuse University 50 1180-1370 25-30
41 Boston University 18 1330-1500 30-33
42 Brigham Young University - Provo 68 1190-1420 26-31
43 Michigan State University 78 1130-1300 23-29
44 University of Florida 39 1280-1440 27-32
45 Vassar College 25 1370-1510 31-33
46 Claremont McKenna College 9 1350-1500 31-34
47 University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill 22 1270-1470 27-33
48 Oberlin College 36 1280-1490 29-31
49 Pennsylvania State University - University Park 56 1160-1360 25-30