1577 48th St, Brooklyn, NY 11219
Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion is a private, Jewish, all male college in Brooklyn, NY. It is available to anyone given its 100% acceptance rate. It has a very small student body with full-time enrollment of 289 undergraduates. Rabbinical Bobover Yeshiva Zion only offers a Bachelor's degree in Talmudic and Rabbinical Studies. Its religious studies program is ranked number eleven in New York. What's more, Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion ranked 5th in New York on our top Jewish colleges list. For students with residences in New York, tuition costs $7,362 a year; out-of-state applicants, however, have to lay out $8,137 a year. It is worth mentioning that more than 85% of Rabbinical Bobover Yeshiva Zion undergrads acquire grant or scholarship funding. 86% of Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion undergraduates end up acquiring a diploma, geared up to begin their professional life. Two years after school, graduates earn a median yearly wage of $13,400. After an additional four years of work experience, the alumni's median annual salary climbs 16.4% to $15,600; however, that is still 61.1% shy of the national median salary. Those of you applying may want to be informed that it's free to apply, so you might as well try and Rabbinical Bobover Yeshiva Zion doesn't have early decision. Also, students are able to take a semester abroad, and the student-faculty ratio is 42:1. When it comes to finances, be aware that the average tuition for students from households with an income of $30k to $48k a year is around $4,565. When grading its value, Rabbinical Bobover Yeshiva Zion received an 8.24 and for its quality of student life, Rabbinical Bobover Yeshiva Zion received a 9.21 out of 10. To wrap things up, 80% of Rabbinical Bobover Yeshiva Zion alumni have jobs six years after graduation and two years after receiving their degrees, 57% of Rabbinical Bobover Yeshiva Zion's graduates have jobs.
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