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Brandeis University

415 South St, Waltham, MA 02453, United States| Private University | Established 1948

Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance

2 Years

USD 55980.554

TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68

Documents Required: Unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended are required (including study abroad, post-graduate work, etc.). Degree audits will not be accepted in lieu of unofficial transcripts Applicants whose transcripts are not in English must provide both original language and English-translated transcripts One written essay - The written essay question is as follows: w hat drove you to pursue a graduate program in finance? (500-750 words). Additionally, applicants must respond to short answer questions regarding their career goals. If necessary, you may provide additional information, not mentioned elsewhere in your application, that you would like the Admissions Committee to consider as part of your application Video - Applicants must submit a brief video responding to two questions posed by the International Business School community, as well as a written response to a third question. The Video Essay is a great way for the admissions committee to learn a little bit more about you. You will be prompted to complete the Video Essay once you have submitted your application A current résumé detailing educational and employment history is required Two recommendations are required for the MSF program. One recommendation should come from a professional contact and one recommendation should come from an academic contact GMAT or GRE scores (not required but students have the option to submit their scores for consideration) Proof Of English Language proficiency

Master of Science in Finance

16 Months

USD 60660.292

TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68

The University accepts three-year degrees from India that are accredited by NAAC at an "A" level or higher Alternatively, if WES considers the applicant's degree to be equivalent, then the university will consider the application eligible for admission Documents Required: Unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended are required (including study abroad, post-graduate work, etc.). Degree audits will not be accepted in lieu of unofficial transcripts Applicants whose transcripts are not in English must provide both original language and English-translated transcripts One written essay - The written essay question is as follows: w hat drove you to pursue a graduate program in finance? (500-750 words). Additionally, applicants must respond to short answer questions regarding their career goals. If necessary, you may provide additional information, not mentioned elsewhere in your application, that you would like the Admissions Committee to consider as part of your application Video - Applicants must submit a brief video responding to two questions posed by the International Business School community, as well as a written response to a third question. The Video Essay is a great way for the admissions committee to learn a little bit more about you. You will be prompted to complete the Video Essay once you have submitted your application A current resume detailing educational and employment history is required Candidates with little or no full-time work experience should include internships in the employment history section of the online application Two recommendations are required for the MSF program. One recommendation should come from a professional contact and one recommendation should come from an academic contact GMAT OR GRE Scores (not required, but applicants have the option to submit their scores for consideration) Proof of English language proficiency

BS Computer Science

4 Years

USD 56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

Bachelor of Science in Biology

4 Years

USD 56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

4 Years

USD 56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

Business Program

4 Years

USD 56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

MBA

2 Years

USD 55980.554

TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68

Work Experience is preferred Typically, The university's MBA applicants have at least two years of full-time work experience Documents Required: Unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended are required (including study abroad, post-graduate work, etc.). Degree audits will not be accepted in lieu of unofficial transcripts Applicants whose transcripts are not in English must provide both original language and English-translated transcripts One written essay is required as part of the online application. The written essay question is as follows: Why are you interested in pursuing an MBA at this stage of your career, and how will the Brandeis MBA program prepare you to contribute to the global business community? (500 words) Additionally, applicants must respond to a short answer question regarding their career goals. If necessary, applicants may provide additional information, not mentioned elsewhere in their application, that they would like the Admissions Committee to consider as part of their application Video Essay: Applicants must submit a brief video responding to two questions posed by the International Business School community. The Video Essay is a great way for the Admissions Committee to learn a little bit more about the applicant. he/she will be prompted to complete the Video Essay once he/she has submitted his/her application A current resume detailing educational and employment history is required The University also requires a detailed employment history as part of the online application so that they may fully understand the applicant's previous and current roles and assess his/her career progression Two recommendations are required for this program Both recommendations should come from professional contacts (current supervisor, former supervisor, mentor, co-worker, client, etc.) GMAT OR GRE Scores (not required but students have the option to submit their scores for consideration) Proof Of English Langauge proficiency

University at a glance

Total International Students
Size of Campus in acres235
Male/Female Ratio
UG/PG Course Ratio1 : 1.5
Faculty/Student Ratio1 : 10.0
Endowments ValueUSD 976 million
No.of Campuses3
Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense USD 1512
International Students Website http://www.brandeis.edu/isso/index.html

Fees

CoursesDuration1st Year Tuition Fees
Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance 2 Years USD 55980.554
Master of Science in Finance 16 Months USD 60660.292
BS Computer Science 4 Years USD 56743.414
Bachelor of Science in Biology 4 Years USD 56743.414
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 4 Years USD 56743.414
Business Program 4 Years USD 56743.414
MBA 2 Years USD 55980.554

Entry Criteria

CoursesExams
Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68
Master of Science in Finance TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68
BS Computer Science TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted
Bachelor of Science in Biology TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted
Business Program TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted
MBA TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68

Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance

2 Years

USD55980.554

TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68

Documents Required: Unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended are required (including study abroad, post-graduate work, etc.). Degree audits will not be accepted in lieu of unofficial transcripts Applicants whose transcripts are not in English must provide both original language and English-translated transcripts One written essay - The written essay question is as follows: w hat drove you to pursue a graduate program in finance? (500-750 words). Additionally, applicants must respond to short answer questions regarding their career goals. If necessary, you may provide additional information, not mentioned elsewhere in your application, that you would like the Admissions Committee to consider as part of your application Video - Applicants must submit a brief video responding to two questions posed by the International Business School community, as well as a written response to a third question. The Video Essay is a great way for the admissions committee to learn a little bit more about you. You will be prompted to complete the Video Essay once you have submitted your application A current résumé detailing educational and employment history is required Two recommendations are required for the MSF program. One recommendation should come from a professional contact and one recommendation should come from an academic contact GMAT or GRE scores (not required but students have the option to submit their scores for consideration) Proof Of English Language proficiency

Master of Science in Finance

16 Months

USD60660.292

TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68

The University accepts three-year degrees from India that are accredited by NAAC at an "A" level or higher Alternatively, if WES considers the applicant's degree to be equivalent, then the university will consider the application eligible for admission Documents Required: Unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended are required (including study abroad, post-graduate work, etc.). Degree audits will not be accepted in lieu of unofficial transcripts Applicants whose transcripts are not in English must provide both original language and English-translated transcripts One written essay - The written essay question is as follows: w hat drove you to pursue a graduate program in finance? (500-750 words). Additionally, applicants must respond to short answer questions regarding their career goals. If necessary, you may provide additional information, not mentioned elsewhere in your application, that you would like the Admissions Committee to consider as part of your application Video - Applicants must submit a brief video responding to two questions posed by the International Business School community, as well as a written response to a third question. The Video Essay is a great way for the admissions committee to learn a little bit more about you. You will be prompted to complete the Video Essay once you have submitted your application A current resume detailing educational and employment history is required Candidates with little or no full-time work experience should include internships in the employment history section of the online application Two recommendations are required for the MSF program. One recommendation should come from a professional contact and one recommendation should come from an academic contact GMAT OR GRE Scores (not required, but applicants have the option to submit their scores for consideration) Proof of English language proficiency

BS Computer Science

4 Years

USD56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

Bachelor of Science in Biology

4 Years

USD56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

4 Years

USD56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

Business Program

4 Years

USD56743.414

TOEFL : Accepted IELTS : Accepted SAT : Accepted

Applicants who, for four or more years, have attended a high school where the full academic curriculum is in English are exempt from The ELP requirement Documents Required Official copies of all high school transcripts as well as marks from any externally graded national exams If the original documents are not in English, please submit both original documents as well as English translations Transcripts must include official grades from all years of secondary school to complete this required component Standardized test scores or a graded analytical paper Applicants should review the Test-Optional Policy to select the testing option they feel best represents their academic abilities Proof of English language Proficiency A letter of recommendation from a teacher who has instructed the applicant in a core academic course (Math, Science, History, Foreign Language, or English) School profile and a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official Financial documentation

MBA

2 Years

USD55980.554

TOEFL : 100 IELTS : 7 GMAT : Accepted GRE : Accepted PTE : 68

Work Experience is preferred Typically, The university's MBA applicants have at least two years of full-time work experience Documents Required: Unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended are required (including study abroad, post-graduate work, etc.). Degree audits will not be accepted in lieu of unofficial transcripts Applicants whose transcripts are not in English must provide both original language and English-translated transcripts One written essay is required as part of the online application. The written essay question is as follows: Why are you interested in pursuing an MBA at this stage of your career, and how will the Brandeis MBA program prepare you to contribute to the global business community? (500 words) Additionally, applicants must respond to a short answer question regarding their career goals. If necessary, applicants may provide additional information, not mentioned elsewhere in their application, that they would like the Admissions Committee to consider as part of their application Video Essay: Applicants must submit a brief video responding to two questions posed by the International Business School community. The Video Essay is a great way for the Admissions Committee to learn a little bit more about the applicant. he/she will be prompted to complete the Video Essay once he/she has submitted his/her application A current resume detailing educational and employment history is required The University also requires a detailed employment history as part of the online application so that they may fully understand the applicant's previous and current roles and assess his/her career progression Two recommendations are required for this program Both recommendations should come from professional contacts (current supervisor, former supervisor, mentor, co-worker, client, etc.) GMAT OR GRE Scores (not required but students have the option to submit their scores for consideration) Proof Of English Langauge proficiency

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