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9% accepted

fireandrainfireandrain Registered User Posts: 4,736 Senior Member

Brown made 2,919 offers of admission today -- 2,250 students from the regular decision pool combined with the 669 students offered admission ED.

This is 9 percent of the 32,390 students who applied, the largest application pool in the University’s history.

Additional info:

International: Students from 83 nations are represented in the admitted class. The top five countries are China, United Kingdom, India, Korea, and Canada.

High schools: Admitted students come from a record 1,840 high schools: 59 percent attend public schools; 33 percent attend private schools; and 8 percent are from parochial schools.

Academic interests: The top 10 intended concentrations: engineering, biochemistry, economics, computer science, political science, international relations, BEO (business, entrepreneurship and organizations), biology, undecided, and English.

Brown-RISD Dual Degree Program: Of 558 applicants, 15 students were admitted, a 2.7-percent admission rate.

Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME): Of 2,447 applicants, 90 students were admitted to PLME, a 3.7-percent admission rate.

Replies to: 9% accepted

  • i_wanna_be_Browni_wanna_be_Brown Forum Champion Brown Posts: 8,225 Forum Champion
    Some other facts from the BDH:
    7% of the deferred students were admitted
    1000 students were wait listed
  • fireandrainfireandrain Registered User Posts: 4,736 Senior Member
    Here's the link to the BDH story: http://www.browndailyherald.com/2016/03/31/brown-admits-2250-to-class-of-2020/

    Wow. I've never seen any numbers about what happens to deferred students in 30+ years of interviewing. Jim Miller must feel like he can tell all now that he's leaving.

    The regular decision admit rate was 7% -- same as the admit rate of deferred students. It's what admissions has been saying for years.

    We interviewers don't learn admissions results for another few days. I can't wait to find out! (Be nice, accepted students, and send an email to your interviewer with the news.)

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