With 43 majors and 45 minors available, Brandeis summer students have the opportunity to pursue their academic passions in a world-renowned university set in the rolling hills of Boston’s suburbs.  The students, professors, and alumni that make up the “Brandeisian” community as well as the small class and student-teacher ratio make this environment one of the best for learning, enrichment, and preparation for a life after college.

Brandeis University, a private liberal college located just a few miles west of Boston, was founded in 1948. With about 3,200 undergraduates and 2,100 graduate students, we have created our own community within the town of Waltham, Massachusetts.

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