The Boston Conservatory

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The Boston Conservatory can be found in Boston, MA, a nonprofit private college which focuses on only a select few programs offered. The Boston Conservatory has only around 680 enrolled students, which allows them to offer smaller classes.

An estimated 40 percent of all students which applied were accepted at The Boston Conservatory, and from those that were granted acceptance roughly 29 percent continued on to enroll.

Overall The Boston Conservatory Acceptance Rate - Fall 2013


The overall acceptance rate for The Boston Conservatory was reported as 36.5% in Fall 2013 with over 1,240 applications submitted to this school. Both in state and out of state applicants are included in these figures. We do not have data on transfer acceptance rates currently.

How Does The Boston Conservatory Compare?

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The acceptance rate for The Boston Conservatory is fifty-two percent lower than the national average of all colleges which is around 55.5%.

Nearby Similar College Acceptance Rates

SchoolAcceptance Rate
The New England Conservatory of Music27.8%
School of the Museum of Fine Arts-Boston76.8%
Newbury College-Brookline59.5%
Pine Manor College64.1%

Admissions Rates & Enrollment Rates - Details

General Recommendations & Requirements for Admissions

  • High School GPA Scores are Required
  • High School Class Rankings are Recommended
  • School Records are Recommended
  • College Prep Classes are Recommended
  • Submit Recommendation Letters are Required
  • Standardized Test Scores (SAT,ACT,...) are Recommended
  • TOEFL Exam (Foreign Language Students) are Required

Number of Applicants, Percent Accepted, and Enrolled Students (Fall 2013)

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