1593 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230
Rabbinical Academy Mesivta Rabbi Chaim Berlin is a private, all male college in Brooklyn, NY. It is available to everyone, as the acceptance rate is 100%. It is a very small sized college with 158 full-time undergrads enrolled. Rabbinical Academy Berlin only offers a Bachelor's degree in Talmudic and Rabbinical Studies. Its religious studies program is the 35th best in New York. What's more, Rabbinical Academy Berlin places 7th in NY on our best men's colleges list. At full freight, tuition costs $11,827 a year, if you're based in New York but $13,072 if you aren't residing in New York. Before you decide against applying due to the cost, keep in mind that all Rabbinical Academy Berlin students procure financial support. 37% of Rabbinical Academy Mesivta Rabbi Chaim Berlin students make it through to commencement day, geared up to move into the labor market. Those of you applying may also want to find that you are neither required nor recommended to take the SAT or ACT before applying and your high school rank is neither required nor recommended to apply. Also, 91% of first-time students at Rabbinical Academy Berlin continue to pursue their degrees the following year, and students may study abroad for a semester. With regard for your pocketbook, be aware that 28% of undergraduates get federal grants and if your household has an annual income of under $30k, you should pay $4,759 a year for tuition. Its academics rating on School Authority is 7.72 and Rabbinical Academy Berlin's professor rating on School Authority is 6.7. On the subject of student life, 100% of freshmen live on campus. To wrap things up, 49% of graduates are unemployed six years after graduating and not a single alum has trouble repaying their student debt.
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