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Public University | temple.edu

Fields of Study

  • Art and Architecture

  • Business

  • Dentistry

  • Education and Human Development

  • Engineering

  • Law

  • Liberal Arts

  • Media and Communication

  • Medicine

  • Music and Dance

  • Pharmacy

  • Podiatric Medicine

  • Public Health

  • Science and Technology

  • Social Work

  • Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management

  • Theatre, Film and Media Arts

Good to Know

Temple University (Temple or TU) is a public state-related research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1884 by the Baptist minister Russell Conwell. On May 12, 1888, it was renamed the Temple College of Philadelphia. By 1907, the institution revised its institutional status and was incorporated as a research university.

Rankings

121

(National U)

721-730

(QS World Ranking)

Location

Philadelphia, PA

Enrollment

35,900

Acceptance Rate

72%

Personal Statement

Optional

Application Method(s)

CGPA

3.0

(Freshman)

2.5

(Transfer)

English Proficiency

79

TOEFL

6.0

IELTS

110

DET

Intakes

Fall: September

Spring: January

Fees

$49,568

Total

$35,956 / $13,612

Tuition / Living

SAT / ACT

Optional

Scholarship

Deadlines

Freshman

Transfer

Fall:

November 1

(Early Action)

February 1

(Regular)

Spring:

November 1

Fall:

June 1

Spring:

November 1

updated August 2023

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