Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, USA

Brooklyn, USA

  • 1930

    Established
  • 2

    No. of Programs
  • NO

    Scholarship
  • Yes

    Hostel Accomodation

Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, USA Introduction

History, Affiliations & Rankings

Brooklyn College was founded in 1930. Brooklyn College is one of the public colleges in Brooklyn, New York City. It is an integral part of the City University of New York. 

U.S. News & World Report ranked the college tied for 59th overall as a Regional college (North) and tied for the 3rd position in Top Performers on Social Mobility. It was also ranked 14th for Top Public Schools and tied for the17th in Best Undergraduate Teaching. It was also tied for 33rd in Best Colleges for Veterans for 2020.

Infrastructure, Campus & Courses

CUNY-Brooklyn College is spread on a 35-acre land. Brooklyn College was beautiful, right from its beginning in the 1930s. The original design was for classical, Georgian-style buildings to be constructed on 35 acres, which had a lily pond. The classrooms, lecture halls, art studios, and science laboratories were built to be the best and unique in the country. The Library Café is equipped with internet service open 24 hours a day seven days a week. The West Quad Center, opened in 2009, is the home to most student services.
Right now, Brooklyn College offers 81 undergraduate programs, including B.A., B.S., B.B.A., B.F.A., B.Mus. programs and 3 certificates. These programs are approved by the New York State Education Department and are also listed on the Inventory of Registered Programs. Enrollment in other than registered or any other approved programs may jeopardize a student's eligibility for certain student aid awards.

Accomplishments & Alumni

In 2018–19, Brooklyn College received awards amounting to $11.9 million to support research, training, program development, and also institutional improvement. Brooklyn College is affiliated to ACE AAC&U CUNY. The Brooklyn College Alumni Association establishes a lifelong association between Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and its alumni. There are 17 active alumni chapters across the country and one in Israel. To have a look at notable alumni at Brooklyn College-CUNY are Nobel Prize-winning biochemist Stanley Cohen, Medal-winning mathematician Paul Cohen, social psychologists Stanley Milgram and Philip Zimbardo, Harvard Law School professor and author Alan M.

Student Diversity & Visiting Companies

CUNY-Brooklyn College has approximately 14,700 undergraduate students and about 3,100 graduate students. By gender ratio 10,649 female students and 7,512 male (male-female ratio: 41:59) are attending Brooklyn College. Brooklyn takes great pride in welcoming international students from all across the globe. The contribution of culture, language invigorates the global community of scholars. With students from all around the world, studying at Brooklyn College enhances and also expands the global perspective and network.
The campus has career services to help with the placement of the students. Top organizations in which the students work include JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citi, The City University of New York, PwC, and Morgan Stanley.

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Campus Location

Brooklyn College

2900 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11210

http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/admissions/international.php | +1 7189514477 | international@brooklyn.cuny.edu

Admissions open for 2020

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