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The New England Institute of Art is a very small four-year, private for-profit school with 265 students enrolled. This institution was originated in 1952 and is one of the 4 schools and colleges located in Brookline
Associate's degree and bachelor's degree are available at The New England Institute of Art.
The New England Institute of Art deploys a quarter-based curriculum calendar system and has 9 majors. The most popular concentrations are Broadcasting, Graphic Design and Animation, Art, Film and Acting, and Fashion. Read the details about Majors
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It is important to know student retention and graduation rates when you apply to a school to get your diploma or to engage in a long-term study; high retention and graduation rates are typically a good sign. Nevertheless, if you plan to transfer or take non-credit coursework, these metrics are not important.
The rate of student retention at The New England Institute of Art is very low at 36% (way below Massachusetts average). Taking this statistic into consideration, apparently students do not seem to enjoy their stay at this school.
Students to Faculty Ratio
7 : 1
The graduation rate at The New England Institute of Art is low: 35%. Approximately 3% of the school's undergraduate students transfer to other colleges.
Student to faculty ratio at The New England Institute of Art is very good -- 7:1. Read more details about instructors at this college in the Faculty & Salaries
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Tuition and fees per year
Average tuition price is fairly high - around $18,600 per year. The additional fees at The New England Institute of Art (not included in tuition costs) are around $100; which totals $18,700 a year.
Read the details about The New England Institute of Art additional charges as well as availability of loans and likelyhood of repaying them upon graduation in the Tuition & Loans
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According to government data, 1,041 applications were submitted and 333 were accepted; so it is pretty hard to get accepted at this school.
The school might accept your dual credits, credits for life experience (learned through independent study, noncredit adult courses, work experience, portfolio demonstration, previous licensure or certification, or completion of other learning opportunities), and advanced placement credits (college-level courses taught in high school) at entry.
The undergraduate application fee at The New England Institute of Art is $50.00.
To request the most accurate and up-to-date information about enrolling to The New England Institute of Art and a program that best suits your goals and budget, call the school's general information office at (617) 739-1700.
Opportunities and Services
The New England Institute of Art provides a distance learning option and evening/weekend study opportunity, which is a great option for those who work full-time.
There are options for on-campus part-time employment at The New England Institute of Art, which allows students to cover some of the tuition expenses. Additionally, this school helps students to evaluate their career options and to find a full-time job upon graduation.
The New England Institute of Art provides on-campus housing. Dormitory capacity at this college accommodates around 300 students, which offers a nice on-campus housing opportunity. The room price is high, about $11,000 per year.
Based on the college crime data, The New England Institute of Art appears to be a safe school. Read the details in the Campus Crime
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The New England Institute of Art Location and MapsPost Address: The New England Institute of Art, 10 Brookline Place West, Brookline, Massachusetts 02445-7295, USA
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