Brandeis University ,Waltham,USA

  • Waltham,USA

Brandeis University is a privately owned research university that was founded by the American Jewish community in 1948. It was started as a non-sectarian institute with the name Louis Dembitz Brandeis. The institution began functioning with 13 faculty members and 107 students. Today it is among the best institutions for research. The university is accredited to NAICU, AAU, UPNE, and AICUM. It is associated with the Boston Consortium and Association of American Universities. Boston Consortium enables the students of Brandeis University to cross-register for attending courses at different institutions including Tufts University, Boston University, and Boston College.

The main campus of the university is approximately 14 km from Boston. The 235-acre campus includes the Heller School, International Business School, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Rabb School of Continuing Studies, Rose Art Museum, and a library. The library possesses a unique collection of rare books, manuscripts, photographs, etc. that offer resources for research, learning, and teaching in the university. It has more than 2 million volumes (both electronic and physical), 45,000 journals (both electronic and physical), and 4,000 films. Also, Brandeis University is a member of the Boston Library Consortium that allows its students and teachers to borrow books from other institutions.

University's Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies include research and evaluation of the Jewish community. It was established in 1980 and was first such an institution in the U.S. Apart from this, Brandeis University also has Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, Steinhardt Social Research Institute, and Women's Studies Research Center. These institutes support

The main campus of the university is approximately 14 km from Boston. The 235-acre campus includes the Heller School, International Business School, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Rabb School of Continuing Studies, Rose Art Museum, and a library. The library possesses a unique collection of rare books, manuscripts, photographs, etc. that offer resources for research, learning, and teaching in the university. It has more than 2 million volumes (both electronic and physical), 45,000 journals (both electronic and physical), and 4,000 films. Also, Brandeis University is a member of the Boston Library Consortium that allows its students and teachers to borrow books from other institutions.

University's Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies include research and evaluation of the Jewish community. It was established in 1980 and was first such an institution in the U.S. Apart from this, Brandeis University also has Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, Steinhardt Social Research Institute, and Women's Studies Research Center. These institutes support research in projects related to gender, justice, women, the Jewish community, and the ethnicity of the U.S.

Brandeis University offers a plethora of degree programs in various disciplines of arts, science, management, social sciences, and journalism. Currently, the university has more than 3,600 students enrolled for undergraduate programs, while more than 2,100 students are pursuing their post-graduation degrees. 20% of the undergraduate students in the university are from other countries of the world and has the eighth largest international student population in the country. The academic staff includes professors who are intellectual pioneers, award winners, and masters in their fields. There are 366 full-time and about 176 part-time faculty members in the university. With nearly 5800 students and 542 faculty members, the student-faculty ratio at the university is 10:1.

Brandeis University possesses a notable list of alumni who are leaders and innovators in their respective fields. Noble alumni and laureates of the university include politicians, scientists, academics, athletes, artists, authors, entrepreneurs, and media persons. Alisa Gravitz (Green America's CEO), Marta Kauffman and David Crane (the co-creators of popular TV sitcom Friends), Olaf Olafsson (Time Warner's Executive Vice President), Greg Zuckerman (Wall Street Journal's special writer), Mitch Albom (Author), Anand Patwardhan (an Indian Documentary filmmaker), Nancy Richler (a Canadian novelist), Lindsay Gardner (Media Executive) and Arunoday Singh (an Indian Actor) are some of the alumni of this university.

Year of establishment1948
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Size of Campus in acres235
UG/PG Course Ratio1.5
Faculty/Student Ratio10
Endowments ValueUS Dollar 976 million
No.of Campuses3
Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense14810 USD
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Brandeis University Fees

CoursesDuration1st Year Tuition Fees
MIM(2 Courses)(16 months-2 years)USD 52.28 K - 56.65 K
MBA/PGDM(1 Courses)(2 years)USD 52.28 K
B.E. / B.Tech(1 Courses)(4 years)USD 53 K
B.Sc.(2 Courses)(4 years)USD 53 K
BBA(1 Courses)(4 years)USD 53 K

Brandeis University Scholarships

Narotam Sekhsaria’s Scholarships
Not available
Engineering,Computers,Science + 4 more
K.C. Mahindra Scholarships For Post-Graduate Studies Abroad
Rs. 8,00,000
Engineering,Computers,Science + 4 more
Hani Zeini Scholarship
Rs. 74,390
Engineering,Computers,Science + 2 more
Harvey Fellowship
Rs. 11,90,240
Science,Humanities,Business

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Brandeis University Entry Criteria

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MIM(2 Courses)

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: 7.0 & Above

MBA/PGDM(1 Courses)

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: 7.0 & Above

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On-campus Accommodation

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  • First year students live in either Massell Quad or North Quad, both of which are traditional style hall living arrangements containing single, double and triple rooms
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•Accomodation-$7900 •Meal Plan-$6910
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Off-campus Accommodation

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  • The average rent is 1000 to 1100 USD/month
  • The residence type includes studio apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, 4 bedroom apartments and shared apartments
  • The apartment includes spacious bedroom with large closets, air conditioner, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances - dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, microwave
  • Most of them are located within a walking distance to public transportation (10 min to commuter rail to Boston, buses to downtown)

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Average 1st Year Tuition Cost
MS INR 23.5 L
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BE/Btech INR 26.3 L
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BSc INR 26.5 L
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BBA INR 23.8 L
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MA INR 24.6 L
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MIM INR 27.2 L
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MBA INR 28.8 L
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MFA INR 27.3 L
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MEng INR 26.5 L
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MArch INR 29.8 L
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MEM INR 21.7 L
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BHM INR 23.5 L
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MDes INR 35.4 L
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MASc INR 22.9 L
Average Hostel & Meals Expense

INR 8.8 L (based on 1090 colleges listed on Studyabroad.shiksha.com)

Average Admission Exam ScoresTOEFL: 80
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IELTS: 6.5
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PTE: 54
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GRE: 293
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GMAT: 500
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SAT: 1050
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ACT: 21
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Location
University CityWaltham, Massachusetts, USA
Size of citySmall
Population of City63,002
Wikipedia Linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waltham,_Massachusetts

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415 South St, Waltham, MA 02453, United States
Waltham ( Massachusetts)

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