4200 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
University of Pittsburgh - Bradford is a public university located in Bradford, PA. It has a moderate acceptance rate, letting in 49% of applicants. It has a smaller student body with 1,167 full-time students enrolled. University of Pittsburgh - Bradford undergraduates can choose from 29 possible majors across eight academic disciplines. The most frequently desired fields are Business, Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration, and Nursing, with 14% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Business. 9% and 7% of students study Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration and Nursing, respectively. If you would like to focus your studies on criminal justice while living in Pennsylvania, it is an incredible choice for you, because its criminal justice program ranks in the top ten in the state. Also, It places 15th in Pennsylvania on our best college dorms list. For Pennsylvania residents, full price tuition costs $13,857 a year. Non-Pennsylvania residents need to cough up $23,432 per year. Before you decide not to apply because of cost constraints, know that 97% of undergraduates are awarded at least some scholarship or grant funding. 43% of University of Pittsburgh - Bradford undergraduates stick it out to graduation day and enter the next stage of their lives: professional life. Two years after finishing their studies, alumni make an average annual income of $39,500. After 4 more years of work experience, the alumni's median yearly income increases 36.5% to $53,900, which is 34.4% beyond the national median. Those of you applying might want to be conscious of the fact that your high school rank is recommended to apply and 3,061 people submitted applications last year. What's more, it does not offer a teacher certification program. Related to your cash flow, be aware that the average net price per year is $16,946. Our higher education specialists rated it a 7.52 out of 10 for its party scene and our college experts rated it a 9.01 out of 10 for its safety. Concerning the student experience, on-campus housing is offered. To conclude, only about a 20th of graduates miss payments on their student loans and 5% of graduates are not employed two years after receiving their degrees.
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