Binghamton University

public university Estd 1946
Binghamton, New York, USA
Binghamton University

Binghamton University was founded as Triple Cities College in 1946 to cater to the needs of World War II veterans. The college was originally located in Endicott, New York, and was Syracuse University’s branch. In 1950, the college was incorporated into the State University of New York (SUNY) and was given the name of Harpur College. The college moved across the Susquehanna River to Vestal in 1961. The institution was formally declared as the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1965 and was given its current name in 1992.

At present, the university holds the Accreditation of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Also, many of its programs are approved by various prestigious organizations.

Located in the southern part of upstate New York at a distance of one mile from the Binghamton city, the university’s campus is just a short drive away from New York’s many major urban centers. The campus features a world-class infrastructure and offers multiple first-class facilities. It houses a science complex that has five buildings and a multi-climate greenhouse. The University Art Museum is home to a collection of more than 3,000 ancient and modern pieces. The 190-acre Nature Preserve is covered with protected wetlands and forest and has a 6-acre pond. The campus also offers numerous recreational and sports facilities like a fitness center, a swimming pool, equipment for paddling, hiking, etc., 42 competitive and recreational clubs and facilities for athletics and various intramural sports.

Binghamton University consists of six schools that offer over 130 undergraduate programs and more than 80 graduate programs in an array of fields such as accounting, anthropology, design, art, architecture, sciences, business, engineering, computer science, economics, English, nursing, philosophy, psychology, etc. The university has collaborations with a number of foreign universities like Murdoch University in Australia, the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil, Duoc UC in Chile, Fudan University in China, Leipzig University in Germany, Anna University in India, etc. These collaborations facilitate several student exchange and study abroad programs.

Binghamton University has produced a number of qualified graduates including several notable names. Robyn Adele Anderson is a popular vocalist and artist for ‘Postmodern Jukebox’. William Baldwin is an actor who has appeared in the films ‘Flatliners’, ‘Backdraft’, ‘Sliver’, ‘Virus’ and the Netflix show ‘Northern Rescue’. Amy Dacey has served as the CEO of the Democratic National Committee. Sunny Hostin is ABC’s morning talk show ‘The View’s’ co-host and the senior legal correspondent for ABC News. Dave Rubin hosts the well-known talk show ‘The Rubin Report’. Numerous other distinguished alumni are a part of the university’s alumni network.

  • Duration - 2 Years
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : Accepted, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 19.7 Lakh

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Master of Science in Accounting
  • Duration - 2 Years
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : Accepted, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 18.5 Lakh

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - IELTS : 6.5, TOEFL : 80
  • Fees - INR 20.3 Lakh

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Entry Criteria

MBA - 1 CourseGMAT - Accepted
GRE - Accepted
IELTS - 7 & Above
BBA - 1 CourseSAT - Accepted
IELTS - 6.5 & Above
TOEFL - 80 & Above
MIM - 1 CourseGRE - Accepted
IELTS - 6.5 & Above
TOEFL - 80 & Above

Admission Requirement

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Approximate Fees

CoursesDurationTuition Fees
MBA - 1 Course24 MonthsINR 19.7L
USD 26,830
BBA - 1 Course4 YearsINR 20.3L
USD 27,692
MIM - 1 Course2 YearsINR 18.5L
USD 25,290
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