Harvard University Came into being in 1885 as a private institution is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This is the oldest, largest and the most premier college of higher education in the country with the annual enrollment of 6,700 undergraduate students and 14,500 graduate students. The university is dedicated to preparing students for finding solutions of big researches. The campus of the university is spread over 209 acres of land organized into eleven separate academic units. The university has more than 371,000 living alumni, over 279,000 in the U.S., and over 59,000 in some 202 other countries.
Location and Facilities
The institute is located in the heart of Harvard square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. The campus consists several buildings and close to the abundance of shopping and dining options. The university has fully equipped classrooms, multimedia development labs, video conference facilities with virtual guest speakers, full-service conference center, library and filtered water stations for students and faculty. The institutional team is focused on operating and building an energy efficient and sustainable campus.
Department / Subject Areas
- School of Arts & Science
- Business School
- Dental School
- Design School
- Divinity School
- Law School
- Medical School
- School of Public Health
Available Major Courses
- African and African American Studies
- Anthropology & Astrophysics
- Applied Mathematics
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical and Physical Biology
- Chemistry and Physics
- Classics, English & chemistry
- Comparative Literature
- Computer Science
- Earth and Planetary Sciences
- East Asian Studies & Economics
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Sciences
- Environmental Science and Public Policy
- Folklore and Mythology
- Germanic Languages and Literature
- Government & History
- History and Literature
- History and Science
- History of Art and Architecture
- Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology
- Human Evolutionary Biology
- Integrative Biology
- Linguistics & Mathematics
- Mechanical Engineering
- Molecular and Cellular Biology
- Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
- Neurobiology & Philosophy
- Physics & Psychology
- Religion, Comparative Study of
- Romance Languages and Literature
- Slavic Languages and Literatures
- Social Studies & Sociology
- South Asian Studies
- Special Concentrations
- Theater, Dance, and Media
- Visual and Environmental Studies
- Women, Gender, and Sexuality studies
The scholarship programs at Harvard university involves endowment funds, gifts from alumni, transformational gift, general tuition revenue, federal and state grants. The scholarship is committed on the affordability of one’s parent contribution. If you are permanent U.S. citizen then you are eligible for Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant or Federal Pell Grant.
These grants are awarded by the Federal Government based on financial need. 16% of students get federal Pell grant out of 6600 undergraduate students.
Ranked #2 in National Universities
Ranked #2 in Best Value Schools
Ranked #1 in High School Counselor Ranking
Ranked #9 in Most Innovative School
Ranked #25 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
Harvard University offers wide-ranging and plentiful career opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students. The university provides students part-time job opportunities to work as a research assistant with faculty, to work in libraries and lead tours for the admission office. Students get paid for work in on campus. The university also offers the opportunity to students to run a business at the student’s operated agencies of Harvard.
Whatever your interest is, there is a career opportunity for you!
Harvard University is dedicated to encouraging research base higher education in the society by creating value-based, innovative and world-class learning environment as a center of excellence.
To providing well-educated faculty for at the campus for academic and social interactions with students.