The University of Minerva features one of the world\’s most effective types of education designed with the science of learning, and they gain the tools to become the leaders of tomorrow. Minerva students study in seven different cities along with a small and diverse group of over 50 nationalities. Students attend seminar-style classes with no more than 18 peers.
San Francisco, USA.
Students study for 4 years in Minerva.
Which cities do we travel to in Minerva?
Students study in 7 cities in 7 different countries through the 4 years of studying in Minerva which are
(San Francisco [USA] – Seoul [South Korea] – Buenos Aires [Argentina] – Berlin [Germany] – London [UK] – Taiwan [Taipei] – Hyderabad [India].
Studying at Minerva depends on online sessions on their platform in classes that don’t exceed 20 students for each class.
Students in Minerva have to do a project for every semester.
- Arts and Humanities.
- Computational Sciences.
- Natural Sciences.
- Social Sciences.
Every major of them has many branches.
Campus and Facilities
The university doesn’t have any campuses because its slogan is “The city is your campus”. That has many benefits for the student as they gain many experiences.
There aren’t any requirements for applying to Minerva University. The SAT/ACT are optional.
The acceptance rate in Minerva University is about 2%.
The cost of studying per year
The cost of studying in Minerva is about 29,450$ per year.
The financial aid in Minerva is need-based that depends on your family’s abilities not your academic abilities or your achievements.
The financial aid doesn’t cover your personal expenses, the plane ticket, or the visa. However, the university provides some simple jobs for the students to make them earn about 4500$ per year and that is called “the work-study program”.
The student has to request financial aid every year through the 4-years of studying.
How to apply?
You can apply to Minerva University through the common App or the University website.
Early Action: due November 01, 2022.
Candidates notified by December 15, 2022.
Regular Decision I: due January 17, 2023.
Candidates notified by March 31, 2023.
Regular Decision II: due March 13, 2023.
Candidates notified by April 14, 2023.