Brandeis University, Waltham, USA

Waltham, USA

  • 1948

  • 4

    No. of Programs
  • 468

    QS World University Rankings
  • NO

  • Yes

    Hostel Accomodation


History, Affiliations & Rankings

Founded in the year 1948, by the American Jewish Community, at a time when ethnic and racial groups were highly marginalised, Brandeis University has been at the pinnacle of education throughout history. Ranked among the top 40 National Universities in the US News and & Report and the Best Value Schools among other accolades, Brandeis University ensures top tier education and academic opportunities to its students. Brandeis University had also received its Phi Beta Kappa accreditation in 1961, 13 years after its inception, a feat few than 10% of American Universities and Colleges usually earn.

Infrastructure, Campus & Courses

Spread over a 235-acre land, Brandeis University is home to over 100 academic and residential buildings. With a number of courses at Brandeis University, aspirants can choose from disciplines such as Arts, Pure & Applied Sciences, Engineering, IT, Management, etc. Brandeis University provides the necessary facilities and infrastructure to facilitate all-around academic excellence. Students will be able to choose from Minors and Majors, including, Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral programmes as well.

Accomplishment & Alumni

The professors, emeritus and alumni, all have worked hard towards building a better world tomorrow. Ranging from winning laurels to even being crowned a Nobel Prise, Brandeis University has been able to produce graduates and faculty who have contributed extensively. Brandeis University has built an extensive network which contributes intensively in building the future path for its current students. From providing funding for scholarships to interviewing and recruiting its graduates, the extensive alumni network contributes in their own manner in building the Brandeis community.

Student Diversity & Visiting Companies

Built on the values of inquiry, academic excellence with an abiding commitment to social justice, the student diversity at Brandeis University is one of the top priorities of the University. Through the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, various events and initiatives are taken to ensure social equity among the members of its community. Measures such as Deis Impact facilitate discussions and conversations on social justice themes.

COVID-19 Response

Brandeis University recognises the issues and challenges faced by students during these unprecedented times and assures its students, their safety and health. To combat COVID-19, Brandeis University has adapted its education delivery models and set up social distancing norms on-campus.

A blended model of learning will be offered to all students, i.e., undergraduate and graduate students.
International students will be offered extensive support in quarantine, and in cases where students are not able to travel to the university to participate in the classes.

Student accommodation has been reduced to accommodate for the new social distancing norms. Preference will be given to first-year students travelling different parts of the world.


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Campus Location

Brandeis University

415 South St, Waltham, MA 02453, United States | (781) 736-3480 |

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