Is UPenn a good school?

The University of Pennsylvania academically is one of the best schools in the world, but unlike its Ivy League counterparts it has and is known for its strong social culture. Penn is located in Philadelphia, but the school has its own campus, which many colleges in cities do not.

How many undergraduates are at UPenn?

10,019

Is UPenn a hard school?

The academics at Penn are intense. I think the most competitive students are studying pre-med, because all of the introductory science courses are designed to be extremely difficult to weed out students who “can’t handle” medical school. Penn is known for being very pre-professional.

Does UPenn give full rides?

Penn undergraduate aid is entirely need-based. The University does not award scholarships based on academic or athletic merit.

Can you go to UPenn for free?

Penn is committed to meeting 100% of your demonstrated need with grant-based aid. That’s right—that means it’s possible to graduate from Penn debt-free. We are committed to making a Penn education accessible and affordable for all students, regardless of your financial circumstances.

How much is tuition at UPenn?

57,770 USD (2019 – 20)

What percent of UPenn is black?

3.9%

What GPA is required for UPenn?

3.9

Is Wharton undergrad or grad?

The Wharton School of Business of The University of Pennsylvania has an undergraduate program as well as graduate programs. One can attain a BA, MBA, or PhD.

What does Upenn look for?

We want our campus to reflect the world around us, so we enroll students who come from all corners of the world and a wide range of backgrounds. We look for students who aspire to develop and refine their talents and abilities within Penn’s liberal arts-based, practical, and interdisciplinary learning environment.

Is UPenn financial aid good?

Because of its strict need-based policy, UPenn ranks 933rd out of over 1000 schools we analyzed for merit aid generosity. You can review UPenn’s financial aid policies on their website.

Is Columbia or Cornell better?

Both the institutions offer a range of courses but if you want to study sciences such as Physics, Biology, Computer Science, etc., the general belief says that you’ll be better off at Cornell. If you want to study Business or Law, Columbia is probably a shade better.