Universities in New York

SUNY Stony Brook

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University Information

Location: Stony Brook, NY
Founded: 1957
Undergraduate Students: 25 989
Campus Type: Urban
Institution Type: Public research institution 
Website: www.stonybrook.edu 

About the University

Stony Brook, one of America’s most dynamic public universities, is New York’s flagship university and No. 1 public university. Stony Brook is part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, a center of academic excellence and an internationally recognized research institution that offers all students a world-class education.

The mission of Stony Brook University — to advance our community and the world through knowledge and discovery — is lived through the activities of our schools, colleges and programs. We deliver an accessible world-class education, an incomparably dynamic student experience, and transformative research and medical care.

With more than 200 majors, minors and combined-degree programs, Stony Brook delivers a world-class education that will exceed your expectations. The University is a trailblazer in integrating research and undergraduate education through our unique URECA program. The six undergraduate colleges transform the student experience and help you take advantage of our vast resources.

Excerpt from Stony Brook University’s website.

TOEFL: 80/120

IELTS: 6,5

Students are required to have SBU’s health insurance. Students will automatically be enrolled and will be charged in their SBU SOLAR account accordingly

Cost: $1,074 Fall and $2,569 Year

Living on-campus: On campus housing is guaranteed and arranged for all exchange and visiting students. No application or deposit is required. Students will stay in one of six resident facilities, each with computing and fitness centers and within walking distance of their classes.

More information about housing options and prices can be found on SBU’s website.

Cost: $10,450 per semester* 
*Students living in residence halls must also purchase a meal plan this price includes the meal plan.1

The average budget per month is: $12 000

In order to be accepted, students must prove financial resources of $13,430.00 per semester.