Oguz Kaan Kısa · Aug. 31, 2021
Since its inception in 1948, Brandeis University has been known for its intellectual brilliance. It is also one of the country's newest private research universities, as well as the country's only Jewish-sponsored college or university. Brandeis University, named after Attorney General Louis Dembitz Brandeis of the United States Supreme Court, combines the staff and resources of a world-class research school with the personality and personal attention of a small liberal arts college. Inside and beyond the classroom, there is an atmosphere recognized for unrivaled access, breakthrough research, scholarships, and artistic production for students.
Brandeis University encourages students to participate in an innovative and engaging learning program that stresses knowledge, an interdisciplinary approach, and solving real-world issues. Graduates have access to leadership roles and research possibilities beginning in their first year, which are normally only offered to the classroom and graduate students. Brandeis University is a top-tier university in the United States. Its alumni work in a range of disciplines and contribute to the country's advanced studies. Brandeis University has a student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1, with over 100 academic and residential buildings on its 235-acre campus. There are 260 clubs and organizations available to students, as well as 19 varsity sports.
Brandeis has a variety of on-campus and comfortable accommodation options.
It is a residential option conveniently located to the Brandeis / Roberts Commuter train station.
It is an apartment complex that houses upper-class students and graduate students.
Undergraduate students are accommodated in double and single student rooms.
It is a university residence offering apartments built in a courtyard duplex format.
Consisting of four buildings - Shapiro Hall, Deroy Hall, Renfield Hall, and User Hall - is an accommodation option.
In addition to Kutz Hall, which houses the administrative buildings, there are four residence halls – Scheffres, Gordon, Cable, and Reitman.
It is a total of 184 one-bedroom apartments.
Adjacent to the Massell Quad, it houses 181 upperclassmen in eight-person suites, living rooms, and private bathrooms.
It is an option to accommodate 220 undergraduate students in a village setting offering independent living in a community setting.
It is a residential option consisting of four halls that accommodate 330 undergraduate students in 55 suites.
- Official copies of all high school transcripts, as well as any national test grades, should be submitted. Please submit both the originals and English translations if the originals are not in English.
- Official standardized test scores: International candidates must provide the SAT or ACT exam component, with the exception of the US/Canadian citizens and permanent residents. By the end of January in the final year, all tests must be completed. International students who do not speak English as a first language must also submit their TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) scores. Applicants who have spent four years or more in a high school where English is the major medium of instruction are excused from this criterion.
- Submit two teacher reviews or letters of recommendation from teachers who have referred you in core academic subjects (Maths, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English).
- Submit a recommendation letter from the school profile and secondary school authority.
- Financial documents
Brandeis University offers a number of master's degrees that encourage students to pursue new and interesting interdisciplinary research and teaching initiatives. Small classes and faculty mentoring are emphasized, and you will have the opportunity to interact directly with eminent senior academics. Postgraduate education is available in the following fields:
- Department of Humanities
- Creative Arts
- Science Department
- Department of Social Sciences
- Dual Master Programs