Princeton University - Physics Ranking 2017

Princeton UniversityRanked
47
in the USA
Princeton University is a small not-for-profit Ivy League college offering numerous disciplines along with physics majors and located in Princeton, New Jersey. This school is operating since 1746 and is currently offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in 2 physics programs.

Princeton University is very expensive - tuition price varies around $47,000 a year. According to recent studies, Princeton University area is dangerous - the school is reported to have a bad rating for campus security.

Princeton University physics program ranks in Top 50 in the United States and The Best in New Jersey. Major competitors for this college are Yale University in New Haven and Columbia University in the City of New York in New York City. Check the details about all twelve competitors and available physics majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

The Best Physics School in New Jersey
Ranked #14 Physics School in The Northeast
Ranked #47 Physics School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of New Jersey Ranking

The Best Astrophysics & Astronomy School
The Best General Physics School
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The Northeast Regional Ranking

Ranked #9 Astrophysics & Astronomy School
Ranked #12 General Physics School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #28 Astrophysics & Astronomy School
Ranked #42 General Physics School
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Also, see how Princeton University is ranking among graduate schools and Ivy League schools in New Jersey.

Contact information:

Princeton University
1 Nassau Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544-0070
Phone: (609) 258-3000

Location map:

Princeton University Location Map

Physics majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Astrophysics
General Physics

Master's degree

Astrophysics
General Physics

Doctor's degree

Astrophysics
General Physics

Local competitors:

Yale University - Physics School Ranking
Yale University

New Haven, CT, 24 physics programs

Columbia University in The City of New York - Physics School Ranking
Columbia University in the City of New York

New York City, NY, 24 physics programs

Cornell University - Physics School Ranking
Cornell University

Ithaca, NY, 16 physics programs

University of Maryland College Park - Physics School Ranking
University of Maryland College Park

College Park, MD, 15 physics programs

Pennsylvania State University - Physics School Ranking
Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA, 12 physics programs

University of Pennsylvania - Physics School Ranking
University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA, 10 physics programs

Johns Hopkins University - Physics School Ranking
Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD, 10 physics programs

University of Massachusetts Amherst - Physics School Ranking
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Amherst, MA, 11 physics programs

University of Maryland Baltimore County - Physics School Ranking
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Baltimore, MD, 9 physics programs

New York University - Physics School Ranking
New York University

New York City, NY, 6 physics programs

CUNY Graduate School and University Center - Physics School Ranking
CUNY Graduate School and University Center

New York City, NY, 3 physics programs

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Physics School Ranking
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, NY, 16 physics programs

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