Brandeis University

415 South St, Waltham, United States
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About Brandeis University

Brandeis University is a school located in Waltham, MA, US with a total of 2806 courses available to enroll in.

Brandeis University is only nine miles from Cambridge's western suburbs. Boston's vibrant cultural and academic landscape, as well as the famous New England area, are easily accessible by public transportation.

Brandeis is one of the top five schools in the Boston area: Brandeis, founded in 1948, which makes it a relatively younger campus compared to its older neighbor, Harvard. Since US News began to rank US Comprehensive Universities, Brandeis has never dropped out of the Top 35. Sixty percent of Brandeis freshmen ranked in the top 10% in their high school classes.

Brandeis is most well-known for its science and business programs. Its business school professors come from the World Bank, Harvard, Yale and so forth. The non-empirical financial master's program ranked first in the United States. Biochemistry, physics and other professional disciplines continue to be ranked in the top 10 or top 30 in the country. In order to maintain its leading position in the natural sciences and interdisciplinary fields, Brandeis has invested $150 million to build a 170,000-square-foot Science Park. This contains research rooms, classrooms, cafes and so on. The technology community officially opened in 2009.

Brandeis is an open and inclusive place of learning. Brandeis offers more than 250 exchange programs in more than 70 countries with more than 250 student organizations, plus a distinctive Scottish castle-style building and easy access to Boston's bustle, enough to ensure that you can spend a rich and colorful four-year undergraduate life. Thomas L. Friedman, author of "The World Is Flat", Robert Zimmer, President of the University of Chicago, Marta Kauffman, "Friends", Geir Haarde, former Prime Minister of Iceland, and many others rank among notable alumni of the University.

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