International Relations and Affairs at Fairfield University: Overview

Number of students

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Men/Women

At the Fairfield University through International Relations and Affairs program you can obtain degrees of the following award levels: Bachelor's degree. Secondary school GPA, Secondary school record, Completion of college-preparatory program, Recommendations, TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) are required or admission. The classes of this program will be held at 1073 N Benson Rd.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 29 or more and 34.5% of students are men. 3.4% of students enrolled in the International Relations and Affairs program are non-residents of the United States.

Fairfield University provides on-campus housing. Fairfield University campus is safe for students with 0.53% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary, aggravated assault and forcible sex offense are the most frequently noticed crimes. Students that live on campus usually paying for room 8280$ for academic year. Academic/career counselling and employment services provided for students. 25% of students get financial aid.

If you are still not sure what program to choose, you сan find all the information about other programs at Fairfield University on the Other Programs block. To sort programs depending on the degree you're interested in, filter option “by degree” is included. You can tap on the blue sidebar on the right to explore a list of all colleges and universities in Connecticut offering International Relations and Affairs programs. The total number of institutions offering programs in International Relations and Affairs in Connecticut are 6, such as University of Bridgeport, Connecticut College, University of Hartford and other.

Race/ethnicity breakdown

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Number of international students

1
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Nonresident alien men/women

Percent of international students by that instructional program

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0.03%

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  • Secondary school GPA
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Excellent place, great views, great people. The work culture is just so great! Full benefits, paid vacation days, plus you get free tacos every Tuesday. Can't say enough how much this award means to me and my family, I just want to thank my teachers who have seen me through this far. I just want to thank my trusty mechanic Good O'l Uncle Stanly and his love of the finer things in life. He taught me how to peel an orange, flip a tractor wagon in a hay storm and water ski on milk cartons in the Nile river delta. Without him I could truly say I would never have crossed through the Belgium Alps unscathed. Lastly I would just like to leave a rude comment to the waiter that served me under cooked chicken at Denny's yesterday, Please sir for the love of God and all things Holy, flip the chicken and cook the other side for at least 30-45 minutes or until the edges curl up wings flair out and it starts crowing.

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We love this school & their heart for people, the community, justice & redemption.

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Calvin College or I guess it's almost a University now , has its pros and cons and I want to focus on the aspect of it being still more of a regional institution rather than a national college or university. it is still NOT a recognized name except amongst other Christian colleges and Christian Schools from the same or similar traditions. but for those who do not know much about Christian education, Calvin College is a no-name amongst them and so if you go outside the circle, Beware of the danger of falling amongst wolves so to speak ...ie those who are ignorant... I personally experienced this when I worked as a teacher in a public school in a rural area of California and the new (& ignorant) principal thought the word "reformed" meant that Calvin was a reform school for juvenile delinquents or something like that (my resume packet included a pastoral reference which included CRC letterhead, hence the word 'reformed' was on it). this was a few years before internet so I guess he couldn't do basic "google research". I suppose now that even those who are ignorant [ it baffles me that he didn't know anything about the reformation ...but u cant assume graduates of secular education establishments do, anymore] can at least Google a few words or names and figure out that Calvin is a fairly well-respected Christian academic Institution but just a word to the wise that not everybody knows the name Calvin College...the further u go from Grand Rapids the less it will be recognized. And unfortunately there are a few too many locals from the Grand Rapids area who still somewhat control the milieu at Calvin College almost as if it's a sense of entitlement or ownership because they grew up there. And some of them have only been out of Grand Rapids for a few short years in grad school, & then its straight back to GR (Rick DeVries for example). Henceforth Calvin University needs to make a conscientious effort to overcome this regional status ...sort of like Hillsdale College did by way of using conservative radio nationwide to promote themselves very effectively. Otherwise, u can call yourself a university but you will still be a "regional college" ...Calvin MUST make the promotional investment to inform the USA who they are (who we are) ...if you truly believe in yourselves, & prove you're not just content w being midwest comfortable w/ a cottage on lake Michigan.

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Just be sure if you are intelligent and have material they like you better copyright it. They like to use other people’s work and pass it off as their own.

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Address: 1073 N Benson Rd

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General Phone Number: +2032544000

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