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- Brennan Center for Justice – Research and Program Associate
- Buckley School – Assistant Teacher
- Campaign for Educational Equity (Columbia University) – Policy Associate
- Children’s Rights – Paralegal — two-year position
- Children’s Law Center – Administrative Assistant
- Citizens Budget Commission – Research Assistant
- Citizen Schools – Teaching Fellowships
- City Bar Justice Center – Project Coordinator
- Coalition For Hispanic Family Services – Community Liaison Teaching Artist
- Coalition For Hispanic Family Services – Teaching Artist
- Coalition for Queens (C4Q) – Community Manager
- Coalition for Queens (C4Q) – Growth and Development Associate
- Coalition for Queens (C4Q) – Operations Associate
- District Attorney, New York County – Major Economic Crimes Bureau – Paralegal
- Educator’s Ally – First Year Teachers and Administrators
- GlamourGals Foundation – Curriculum and Chapter Coordinator
- The Hanal School – Teaching Fellow
- Harlem Children’s Zone – Analyst
- Immigration Equality – Asylum Paralegal
- Immigrant Justice Corps – Community Fellows
- Jewish Child Care Association – Contract Manager
- Lantern Organization – Lantern Program Fellow – Housing Initiatives
- Legal Aid Society – Paralegal – roles may vary
- Legal Outreach – Communications and Development Associate
- Lutheran Social Services – Immigrant Advocate
- Lutheran Services of New York – Paralegal/Compliance Specialist
- Medicare Rights Center – Client Services Associate
- Montefiore Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry – Research Assistant
- National Quality Center – New York State Department of Health Fellow
- New York Blood Center – Milstein Foundation Fellow
- New York City Teaching Fellows
- New York State Department of Health National Quality Center – Fellow
- North Shore-LIJ Health System – Project Coordinator
- Partnership for Inner-City Education – Marketing and Development Fellow
- Prep for Prep – Post-Placement Counselor
- Sanford Heisler – Legal Assistant
- Single Stop USA – Senior Executive Assistant
- Uncommon Schools – Apprentice Teacher
- Uncommon Schools – Relay Graduate School of Education – Teacher Residency
- Uncommon Schools – School Support Staff Fellows
New York Film Academy – Harvard University
All workshops are solely owned and operated by the New York Film Academy and are not affiliated with Harvard University.
Each summer, the New York Film Academy holds its programs at Harvard University, perhaps the most famous learning institution in the world.
Located in the charming, dynamic city of Cambridge, just minutes away from Boston, the “capital” of New England, Harvard charges the city with a unique and intellectually invigorating atmosphere. This of academic and creative activity challenges our students to achieve at the highest level.
Harvard University, founded 16 years after the arrival of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock, celebrated its 350th anniversary in 1986. Six presidents of the United States—including John Quincy Adams, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and John Fitzgerald Kennedy—graduated from Harvard. Its faculty have produced more than 30 Pulitzer Prize winners and 30 Nobel Laureates.
Our workshops are held in Harvard’s historic Memorial and Lowell Halls. The learning environment is underscored by its remarkable architecture. Historic and modern landmarks fill the environs of the Old Yard, and trees and sculptures dot the courtyards. The campus provides hundreds of unique spaces for students to work on their scripts, rehearse or simply to relax. The setting, the beautiful New England summer weather, and the abundance of museums, lectures, concerts, and readings all contribute to the students’ experience.
Cambridge and Boston
Cambridge and Boston offer aspiring filmmakers an enormous variety of locations for making their films. They may want to capture the romantic image of the Harvard Crew rowing down the Charles River, or the site of Paul Revere’s historic ride, or the bustling market of Fanueil Hall. Nearby Walden Pond will inspire visiting filmmakers, actors, and animators, as it inspired Thoreau more than 150 years ago.
A hi-tech, cultured city, Cambridge is also a town in love with movies. Students can view classics, as well as the most recent independent films, at such cinemas as the trend-setting Brattle Theater in Harvard Square.
The New York Film Academy has an open enrollment. Serious students from all backgrounds are welcome to apply. No previous experience is required. However, all New York Film Academy Workshops are extremely intensive. Students who enroll should be prepared to live and breathe their work during these workshops. Given the nature of filmmaking and the necessity of working in crews, film students must be willing to devote themselves not only to their own projects, but also to their classmates’ projects. We recommend early application to guarantee a place in the workshop of your choice.
Every workshop is full-time, with classes or shooting organized nearly every day of the week. The schedules are rigorous; however, students will have the opportunity to explore the area.
Students in the New York Film Academy at Harvard will enjoy the activities and events being held in and around Harvard Yard during the summer. There are also an enormous variety of museums in the area, from Harvard’s Fogg Art Museum to the Ware Collection of Glass Flowers at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Cambridge itself is a vibrant college town: dozens of restaurants, cafés, bookstores, ice cream shops, and pizza parlors encircle the university. Theatrical productions are held in Cambridge throughout the summer. Students should visit the American Repertory Theatre (ART).
Finally, students can enjoy excursions to Boston, which is located a short twenty-minute train ride away.
Students in the Filmmaking Workshops shoot 16mm film on Arriflex-S cameras and portable Lowel lighting packages for every shoot. Students in the Digital Filmmaking Workshops shoot on digital cameras. Six-week students may shoot on film and digital video. All students edit digitally using digital editing software. 3-D students will animate on Maya, the industry standard. The equipment our Film Academy students use is comparable to that of the leading degree programs in the United States.
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• Rooms are shared suites with shared bathrooms. No meals are included.
• Expect to spend $250 and up per week for food – may vary depending on eating habits.
• Students who need help may contact us at 212-674-4300.
Final Screening & Portfolio
At the conclusion of all filmmaking workshops, a screening of the students’ final films is held. This provides a unique opportunity for family, friends, and cast to see the work students have produced. Students retain digital copies of their work to include in their portfolios. Each student, upon successful completion of the program, receives a diploma.
NOTE: CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS
To enroll and guarantee your place in this workshop, you may apply online or by mail and submit a $500 deposit that will be applied towards tuition. Full payment is due at least one month prior to the start of the workshop.
If you cancel your enrollment in the workshop, the following applies:
$500 is not refundable under any circumstances other than cancellation of the program; Program fees (minus the $500 deposit) are refundable until April 1st prior to the summer of enrollment. No refunds are available after April 1st prior to the summer of enrollment.
In order to cancel once you have enrolled, please contact our admissions office. Failure to cancel prior to the April 1st deadline will result in a bill for the full program fee.
In the event that we must cancel a program, all enrolled students will be notified immediately and given a full refund of program fees (including the $500 deposit).
Harvard University to Buffalo, NY
There are 5 ways to get from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY by plane, bus, train or car
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Harvard University to Buffalo, NY by walk and bus
The journey time between Harvard University and Buffalo, NY is around 16h 8m and covers a distance of around 779 km. This includes an average layover time of around 7h. The fastest journey normally takes 16h 8m. Operated by MBTA, OurBus, Trailways New York and others, the Harvard University to Buffalo, NY service departs from Harvard University and arrives in Buffalo. Typically only one service runs weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.
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The cheapest way to get from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY is to drive which costs RUB 3200 – RUB 4700 and takes 7h 46m.
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The quickest way to get from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY is to fly which costs RUB 7500 – RUB 32000 and takes 3h 49m.
Is there a direct bus between Harvard University and Buffalo, NY?
No, there is no direct bus from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY. However, there are services departing from Harvard Sq @ Garden St – Dawes Island and arriving at Buffalo via 100 S Huntington Ave, Boston, MA, Utica, NY and Syracuse. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 12h 37m.
Is there a direct train between Harvard University and Buffalo, NY?
No, there is no direct train from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY. However, there are services departing from Harvard and arriving at Buffalo via Boston and Buffalo Depew Station. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 14h 6m.
How far is it from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY?
The distance between Harvard University and Buffalo, NY is 637 km. The road distance is 726.8 km.
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The best way to get from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY without a car is to bus which takes 12h 37m and costs RUB 4600 – RUB 8000.
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It takes approximately 3h 49m to get from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY, including transfers.
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Harvard University to Buffalo, NY bus services, operated by OurBus, depart from Boston, MA station.
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Harvard University to Buffalo, NY train services, operated by Amtrak, depart from Boston station.
Train, bus or fly from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY?
The best way to get from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY is to fly which takes 3h 49m and costs RUB 7500 – RUB 32000. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs RUB 4600 – RUB 8000 and takes 12h 37m, you could also train, which costs RUB 5500 – RUB 9000 and takes 14h 6m.
What companies run services between Harvard University, MA, USA and Buffalo, NY, USA?
JetBlue Airways, Delta and two other airlines fly from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY 4 times a day. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY via Harvard Sq @ Garden St – Dawes Island, Washington St @ Walnut St, 100 S Huntington Ave, Huntington Ave @ Prudential Station, Boston, MA, Utica, NY, Syracuse, NY, and Syracuse in around 12h 37m.
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How long is the flight from Harvard University to Buffalo, NY?
The quickest flight from Boston Airport to Buffalo Airport is the direct flight which takes 1h 28m.
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Harvard University to Buffalo, NY bus services, operated by Greyhound USA, arrive at Buffalo station.
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Harvard University to Buffalo, NY train services, operated by Amtrak, arrive at Buffalo Depew Station.
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Harvard University | History & Facts
Harvard University, oldest institution of higher learning in the United States (founded 1636) and one of the nation’s most prestigious. It is one of the Ivy League schools. The main university campus lies along the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a few miles west of downtown Boston. Harvard’s total enrollment is about 23,000.
Harvard’s history began when a college was established at New Towne, which was later renamed Cambridge for the English alma mater of some of the leading colonists. Classes began in the summer of 1638 with one master in a single frame house and a “college yard.” Harvard was named for a Puritan minister, John Harvard, who left the college his books and half of his estate.
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At its inception Harvard was under church sponsorship, although it was not formally affiliated with any religious body. During its first two centuries the college was gradually liberated, first from clerical and later from political control, until in 1865 the university alumni began electing members of the governing board. During his long tenure as Harvard’s president (1869–1909), Charles W. Eliot made Harvard into an institution with national influence.
The alumni and faculty of Harvard have been closely associated with many areas of American intellectual and political development. By the end of the first decade of the 21st century, Harvard had educated seven U.S. presidents—John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, and Barack Obama—and a number of justices, cabinet officers, and congressional leaders. Literary figures among Harvard graduates include Ralph Waldo Emerson, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Henry David Thoreau, James Russell Lowell, Henry James, Henry Adams, T.S. Eliot, John Dos Passos, E.E. Cummings, Walter Lippmann, and Norman Mailer. Other notable intellectual figures who graduated from or taught at Harvard include the historians Francis Parkman, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Samuel Eliot Morison; the astronomer Benjamin Peirce; the chemist Wolcott Gibbs; and the naturalist Louis Agassiz. William James introduced the experimental study of psychology into the United States at Harvard in the 1870s.
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Harvard’s undergraduate school, Harvard College, contains about one-third of the total student body. The core of the university’s teaching staff consists of the faculty of arts and sciences, which includes the graduate faculty of arts and sciences. The university has graduate or professional schools of medicine, law, business, divinity, education, government, dental medicine, design, and public health. The schools of law, medicine, and business are particularly prestigious. Among the advanced research institutions affiliated with Harvard are the Museum of Comparative Zoology (founded in 1859 by Agassiz), the Gray Herbarium, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, the Arnold Arboretum, and the Fogg Art Museum. Also associated with the university are an astronomical observatory in Harvard, Massachusetts; the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection in Washington, D.C., a centre for Byzantine and pre-Columbian studies; and the Harvard-Yenching Institute in Cambridge for research on East and Southeast Asia. The Harvard University Library is one of the largest and most important university libraries in the world.
Radcliffe College, one of the Seven Sisters schools, evolved from informal instruction offered to individual women or small groups of women by Harvard University faculty in the 1870s. In 1879 a faculty group called the Harvard Annex made a full course of study available to women, despite resistance to coeducation from the university’s administration. Following unsuccessful efforts to have women admitted directly to degree programs at Harvard, the Annex, which had incorporated as the Society for the Collegiate Instruction of Women, chartered Radcliffe College in 1894. The college was named for the colonial philanthropist Ann Radcliffe, who established the first scholarship fund at Harvard in 1643.
Until the 1960s Radcliffe operated as a coordinate college, drawing most of its instructors and other resources from Harvard. Radcliffe graduates, however, were not granted Harvard degrees until 1963. Diplomas from that time on were signed by the presidents of both Harvard and Radcliffe. Women undergraduates enrolled at Radcliffe were technically also enrolled at Harvard College, and instruction was coeducational.
Although its 1977 agreement with Harvard University called for the integration of select functions, Radcliffe College maintained a separate corporate identity for its property and endowments and continued to offer complementary educational and extracurricular programs for both undergraduate and graduate students, including career programs, a publishing course, and graduate-level workshops and seminars in women’s studies.
In 1999 Radcliffe and Harvard formally merged, and a new school, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, was established. The institute focuses on Radcliffe’s former fields of study and programs and also offers such new ones as nondegree educational programs and the study of women, gender, and society.
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Coeducation, education of males and females in the same schools. A modern phenomenon, it was adopted earlier and more widely in the United States than in Europe, where tradition proved a greater obstacle.
Coeducation was first introduced in western Europe after the Reformation, when certain Protestant groups urged that girls as well as boys should be taught to read the Bible. The practice became especially marked in Scotland, the northern parts of England, and colonial New England, where young children of both sexes attended dame schools. In the latter half of the 18th century, girls were gradually admitted to town schools. The Society of Friends in England as well as in the United States were pioneers in coeducation as they were in universal education, and, in Quaker settlements in the British colonies, boys and girls generally attended school together. The new free public elementary, or common, schools, which after the American Revolution supplanted church institutions, were almost always coeducational, and by 1900 most public high schools were coeducational as well. Many private colleges from their inception admitted women (the first was Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio), and many state universities followed their example. By the end of the 19th century, 70 percent of American colleges were coeducational. In the second half of the 20th century, many institutions of higher learning that had been exclusively for persons of one sex became coeducational.
In western Europe the main exponents of primary and secondary coeducation were the Scandinavian countries. In Denmark coeducation extends back to the 18th century, and in Norway coeducation was adopted by law in 1896. In Germany, on the other hand, until the closing decades of the 19th century it was practically impossible for a girl to get a secondary education, and, when girls’ secondary schools were introduced, their status was inferior to that of schools for boys. At present in many large municipalities, such as Bremen, Hamburg, and Berlin, coeducation at the primary level is the rule; at the secondary level there has been little change.
Antagonism to coeducation in England and on the European continent diminished more rapidly in higher education than in secondary. In England, Girton College at Cambridge was established for women in 1869, and the London School of Economics was opened to women in 1874. Germany permitted women to matriculate in 1901, and by 1910 women had been admitted to universities in the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Norway, Austria-Hungary, France, and Turkey.
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Since World War II, coeducation has been adopted in many developing countries; China and Cuba are outstanding examples. There are many other countries, however, where social conditioning and religious sanctions have limited its success. In most Arab countries, for example, girls tend to drop out of coeducational schools at the age of puberty.
Flight Time from New York, NY to Harvard University
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Harvard University – University of Harvard
Harvard is the oldest educational institution in the United States, named after its first philanthropist, John Harvard. For many years, the University has been confidently holding first place in the leading world rankings due to the quality of teaching and the scale of research activities; more than 40 Nobel laureates have studied or taught within its walls. The Harvard Library, which is the largest university library in the world, deserves special mention.
In addition, Harvard University has the largest endowment fund in the world and provides a significant number of scholarships.
Harvard University is the first institution of higher education in the United States. It grew out of the New College, which was voted on by members of the Massachusetts Bay Colony Supreme Court in 1636. Then the educational institution consisted of only nine students and one teacher.
Three years later, the college was named after the first philanthropist, the young missionary John Harvard of Charlestown, who bequeathed to the future Harvard University all of his vast library and half of the property.Monument to John Harvard stands today opposite the University Hall, on the territory of the famous Harvard courtyard. The Bronze John Harvard is perhaps the most famous university landmark.
Over the centuries, the small college has grown into a colossal educational institution with 20,000 degree applicants at all levels, including bachelor’s, master’s, graduate students and undergraduate degree students. Today, Harvard University offers students from all over the world a unique learning experience and education on a truly global scale: it consists of 12 autonomous faculties (or schools) with graduate programs, as well as the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
Harvard University Library is the world’s largest research library with a collection of 18.9 million volumes. It also contains 174,000 titles of periodicals, about 400 million manuscripts, about 10 million photographs, 56 million archival web pages, 5.4 terabytes of digital materials. This rich collection is accessed by nearly a thousand employees in 70 offices. The Harvard University Archives is not only the oldest, but also one of the most complete university research archives in the country.
Harvard University, which can be safely called a synonym for progress and a place where today it is being created for the future, preserves and honors its ancient traditions, passing them on to all new generations of students.
Harvard University provides generous financial assistance – over 60% of students receive scholarships or other financial support totaling more than $ 160 million annually, which allows talented people from all over the world to gain access to the world’s best education, take part in cutting-edge research, unique internship programs …
Today, more than 360,000 Harvard alumni live in the United States and about 190,000 in other countries around the world.
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Famous Harvard University alumni:
US Presidents graduated from Harvard: Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Al Gore (Vice President under Clinton), George W. Bush and Barack Obama;
World Leaders: Chilean President Sebastian Piñera; Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos; Costa Rican President Jose Maria Figueres; Mexican presidents Felipe Calderona, Carlos Salinas and Miguel de la Madrid; President of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj; the President of Peru Alejandro Toledo; Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou; Canadian Governor General David Lloyd Johnston; Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu; Puntland President Abdiweli Muhammad Ali.
Members of the Royal Family: Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark, Crown Princess of Japan Masako Owada and Sheikh of Kuwait Muhammad Sabah (current Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait)
Businessmen: Bill Gates; Mark Zuckerberg; Jeffrey Skilling; Gabe Newell.
90,000 Harvard University is … What is Harvard University?
Harvard University (eng. Harvard University ) – one of the most famous universities in the United States and around the world, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Harvard, the oldest university in the United States, was founded on September 8, 1636    . Named after the English missionary and benefactor John Harvard. Although he was never officially associated with the church, the college primarily taught unitary and Congregational clergy. In 1643, the English aristocrat Anne Radcliffe established the first foundation to support scientific research  . Over the course of the 18th century, Harvard’s programs became more secular, and by the end of the 19th century, the college was recognized as a central cultural institution among Boston’s elite   .After the American Civil War, President Charles Elliot, after forty years of reign (1869-1909), transformed the college and its dependent vocational schools into a centralized research university and Harvard co-founded the Association of American Universities in 1900  .
Drew Gilpin Faust was elected the 28th president of Harvard in 2007 and became the first woman to lead the university. Harvard has the largest endowment (endowment) in the world at $ 27.4 billion as of September 2010  .
The university comprises 11 separate academic divisions – 10 faculties and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study – with campuses throughout Boston  , 85 hectares of the university’s main campus located in Harvard Yard in Cambridge, about 5. 5 km to the north west of Boston. Business schools and sports facilities, including Harvard Stadium, are located on the Charles River in Allston, while medical and dental facilities are located in Longwood. 
As of 2010, Harvard has about 2,100 faculty members and about 6,700 undergraduates and 14,500 graduate students.  . 8 US presidents have graduated from Harvard University, 75 Nobel laureates have been associated with the university as students, faculty or staff. Harvard University ranks first in the country for the number of billionaires among alumni  , and its library is the largest academic in the United States and the third largest in the country  .
The Harvard Crimson Athletic Team competes in 41 sports at the National Ivy League University Sports Association.
Administration and Organization
Harvard Yard park in Cambridge
There are about 2100 professors, teachers and instructors at the service of the university, teaching 6517 students and 12424 graduate students   . The symbol of Harvard is crimson, the same color as the Harvard sports team and the university newspaper.The color was chosen by a vote and received 1,800 student votes, although the university’s association with various shades of red can be traced back to 1858, when a young graduate student, Charles William Elliot, and later president of the university, bought red bandanas for his team so that participants could distinguish them during annual regatta.
Harvard University maintains a friendly rivalry with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which dates back to 1900, when the merger of the two schools was officially agreed.Today the two institutions collaborate on joint conferences and programs, such as the Harvard-MIT Department of Health.
Harvard is governed by two administrative bodies: the president of the university and fellows (also known as the “Harvard Corporation”) and the Harvard Council of Observers (Controllers). The president of the university is the most responsible person who has control over the entire educational process. 
Harvard Graduate School of Design building
The 85 hectares of Harvard’s main campus are concentrated in Harvard Yard in Cambridge, 5.5 kilometers northwest of downtown Boston, and extends into the surrounding area and Harvard Square.Harvard Park houses the central administrative buildings, the university’s main libraries, academic buildings, most freshman dormitories, as well as Seaver Hall and University Hall and the Memorial Church. Nine of the twelve student residences starting in their sophomore year are located south of Harvard Yard and near the Charles River. The other three are in a residential area half a mile northwest of the park in the so-called quadrangle (hence the name of these three houses – Quad House).A subway station called Harvard MBTA provides students with public transport.
General view of Harvard Business School
Harvard Business School and the university’s sports facilities, including Harvard Stadium, occupy 145 hectares in Allston. Bridge to them. John Weeks connects Allston with Longwood, home to Harvard Medical School, School of Dentistry, Harvard School of Public Health, whose campuses cover 8.9 hectares of land and are located 3.3 km southwest of downtown Boston and 5.3 km from the main buildings in Cambridge.Private buses connect the buildings at Longwood and the Cambridge campus, following Massachusetts Avenue through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  
System of “houses”
Nearly all first-year Harvard and college students live in dormitories on campus, within or near Harvard Yard. Students who have good grades or other achievements live in so-called “houses”, which are both the place of residence and the administrative division of the university, helping students to adapt to the social environment of the educational institution.Dormitories and houses are different structures of the university, which should not be confused.
A similar housing system was established by Harvard President Abbott Lawrence Lowell in the 1930s to combat addiction and social stratification among off-campus students. Lowell decided to provide the student with living space throughout the course of his studies at the university. The houses had a dining room and a so-called “common room”, in which there was a senior student in charge of the academic and disciplinary state of the house. 
Kirkland House Building
Nine houses River House are located in the southern part of Harvard yard, between the park and the Charles River and include:
- Adams House – named after US President John Adams;
- Dunster House – in honor of the first president of Harvard, Henry Dunster;
- Eliot House – Honoring Harvard President Charles Elliot
- Kirkland House – in honor of Harvard President John Kirkland
- Leverett House – Honoring Harvard President John Leverett
- Lowell House – In honor of the creator of the house system, Harvard President Abbott Lowell;
- Mather House – In honor of Harvard President Inkris Meter;
- Quincy House – Honoring Harvard President and Boston Mayor Josiah Quincy III
- Winthrop House – named after two carriers of this surname: colonist John Winthrop and his great-great-grandson John Winthrop, professor of mathematics and natural philosophy.
Three Houses Quad House is located half a mile from Harvard Park and has been co-located with Radcliffe College since they merged their residential systems with Harvard in 1977: 
- Cabot House, formerly known as South House – named after sponsors Thomas Cabot and Virginia Cabot;
- Currier House – Named after Radcliffe graduate Audrey Bruce Carrier;
- Pforzheimer House, or PfoHo for short, is named after the Harvard contributors Karl and Carol Forsheimer.
Thirteenth House, known as Dudley House,  is uninhabited but has administrative and social functions such as meetings and some graduate students. Named after Thomas Dudley, who signed the Charter of Harvard University as governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Monument to John Harvard, after whom the university got its name
- The Faculty of Arts and Sciences, together with the Department of Engineering and Applied Sciences, include:
- Harvard College for Undergraduate Degree Students (1636)
- Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (1872)
- Department of Long-Term Education, which includes:
- Harvard Summer School (1871)
- School of Advanced Education (1910)
- Harvard Medical School (1782)
- Harvard School of Dentistry (1867)
- Harvard Theological Institute (1816)
- Harvard Law School (1817)
- Harvard Business School (1908)
- Higher School of Design (1914)
- Harvard Graduate School of Education (1920)
- Institute of Public Health (1922)
- Harvard Institute of Public Administration. John F. Kennedy (1936)
In 1999, the Radcliffe Institute was reorganized into the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. In February 2007, the Harvard Division of Observers, which includes university faculty and fellows, officially approved the Harvard Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences to become a stand-alone Harvard Institute – the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.  
Harvard is part of a group of elite American universities – the Ivy League.
Branches of the university are the Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology and the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Years of teaching are indicated in parentheses.
Eight US presidents graduated from Harvard University:
49 Nobel Prize winners were alumni, faculty or staff of the university, among them:
36 Pulitzer Prize winners, including:
Businessmen, politicians, scientists, cinema, television, sports and music, including:
- David Rockefeller – famous American banker, statesman, globalist and current head of the Rockefeller house
- Bill Gates is one of the founders (with Paul Allen) and the largest shareholder of Microsoft.
- Darren Aronofsky – American film director, screenwriter and producer,
- Phillip Kaufman – American filmmaker, screenwriter and actor,
- Matt Damon – American actor, producer and screenwriter, winner of the Academy Awards and Golden Globes,
- Conan O’Brien – American comedian, television personality, screenwriter,
- Dmitry Nabokov – American translator and opera singer (bass),
- Mark Zuckerberg – Developer, Founder and CEO of the social networking site Facebook,
- Steve Ballmer – CEO of Microsoft Corporation,
- Fumihiko Maki – Prominent Japanese architect, founder of the futuristic metabolism movement,
- Harold Brodkey – American writer,
- Mason, Francis van Wyck – American writer,
- Charles Hapgood – American scientist who proposed the theory of the pole shift,
- Natalie Portman – American actress, film producer, film director and screenwriter  ,
- Tobias Lear is George Washington’s personal secretary.
- The bells of the Harvard University belfry were previously housed in St. Daniel’s Monastery and were sold by the Soviet government for the price of bronze in the 1930s. In 2007, the bells were returned to the monastery in exchange for replicas cast in Voronezh  .
- Harvard Yard Park houses a seated John Harvard statue by sculptor Daniel French. The plaque under the statue reads “John Harvard, Founder, 1638” .University students call this sculpture “The Statue of the Triple Lies”. In reality, the seated man is not John Harvard, but University student Herman Shor, who was chosen at random and became the model for the sculptor; John Harvard was not the founder of the university, but only a contributor, donating his library and half of his fortune to him; the university was founded two years earlier than that date – in 1636. 
- Marks on the Harvard Bridge are made in a rare unit of length – strife. In 1958, MIT students decided to measure the length of the Harvard Bridge connecting Boston and Cambridge with the help of one of their companies, a student named Oliver Smoot, who was moved further and further in the supine position, making paint marks. The total length of the bridge was “364.4 troubles and one more ear”, and the unit of troubles itself is about 170 centimeters. After the reconstruction of the bridge in 1988, the city authorities erased all the marks that the students were constantly updating. However, the police intervened, it was convenient for them to report incidents on the bridge, guided by the troubles, and the lines were restored.Oliver Smoot himself later became president of the American National Standards Institute, and later headed the International Organization for Standardization. 
- There is a popular belief among students that rubbing the toe of the shoe of a statue of a seated John Harvard makes it easy to pass the exams. That is why the toe of the bulging shoe is polished to a high shine.
- ↑ 1 2 Faculties and Allied Institutions.Office of the Provost, Harvard University (2009). Archived from the original on July 15, 2012. Retrieved on August 27, 2010.
- ↑ The American College and University. – University of Georgia Press, 1961. – P. 3. – ISBN 0820312851
- ↑ Making Harvard Modern: The Rise of America’s University. – Oxford University Press, 2001. – P. 463–481.
- ↑ Spaulding Christina Sexual Shakedown // How Harvard Rules: Reason in the Service of Empire.- South End Press, 1989. – P. 326-336.
- ↑ Harvard
- ↑ Story, Ronald (1975). Harvard and the Boston Brahmins: A Study in Institutional and Class Development, 1800-1865. Journal of Social History 8 (3): 94-121.
- ↑ Farrell Betty G. Elite Families: Class and Power in Nineteenth-Century Boston. – State University of New York Press, 1993 .– ISBN 0791415937
- ↑ Member Institutions and years of Admission.Association of American Universities. Archived from the original on July 15, 2012. Retrieved on August 28, 2010.
- ↑ U.S. and Canadian Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year 2009 Endowment Market Value. National Association of College and University Business Officers and Commonfund Institute. Archived from the original on February 26, 2012. Retrieved on August 27, 2010.
- ↑ Harvard at a Glance. Harvard University. Archived from the original on July 15, 2012. Retrieved on November 28, 2010.
- ↑ Janhavi Kumar Sapra . Billionaire Universities, Forbes (August 11, 2010). Retrieved August 31, 2010.
- ↑ The Nation’s Largest Libraries: A Listing By Volumes Held (eng.). American Library Association. Archived from the original on October 26, 2012. Retrieved on September 27, 2012.
- ↑ Office of Institutional Research. Harvard University Fact Book 2008-09. – 2009. (“Faculty”)
- ↑ Harvard University. Financial Report, Fiscal Year 2009 .– 2009. p. 20.
- ↑ Burlington Free Press, June 24, 2009, page 11B, “” Harvard to cut 275 jobs “Associated Press
- ↑ M2 Cambridge Shuttle.MASCO. Archived from the original on August 10, 2012. Retrieved on August 28, 2010.
- ↑ Biography in the Exeter Bulletin
- ↑ Morison, Samuel Eliot Three Centuries of Harvard: 1636-1936. – 1936. – P. 476–478.
- ↑ Sofen, Adam A. Radcliffe Enters Historic Merger With Harvard, April 21, 1999. 
- ↑ Dudley House site
- ↑ “Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences”, February 2007
- ↑ “Dean’s Letter on Growth and Renewal of the faculty,” April 2007
- ↑ Poole, Oliver Star Wars actress tells of her own battle with fame (eng.). The Daily Telegraph .23 April 2002. Archived from the original on January 31, 2012. Retrieved on September 11, 2012.
- ↑ Voronezh ringing – bells for Harvard University arrived in Moscow
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90,000 Ivy League | Encyclopedia USA
Ivy League Emblem
“ Ivy League ” are eight private universities and colleges on
The northeastern United States, which are considered the most prestigious universities in the United States
America (and one of the most prestigious in the world).
Although officially there is only a student sports league with this name, under the “Ivy League” very often
educational institutions are meant. This name appeared in the thirties of the XX century in sports articles
journalists, while his appearance was served by the idea that all the universities of the league are so old that all of them
the buildings are entwined with ivy.
Ivy League universities are also called the “Ancient Eight”, because it includes the oldest
US universities. Seven of the eight Ivy League universities were founded before the United States.
|University (college)||Founded||Location||Sports team emblem|
|Harvard University (Harvard, Harvard University )||1636||Cambridge, Massachusetts|
|Yale University (Yale, Yale University )||1701||New Haven, CT|
|University of Pennsylvania (Penn, University of Pennsylvania )||1740||Philadelphia, PA|
|Princeton University (Princeton, Princeton University )||1746||Princeton, NJ|
|Columbia University (Columbia Columbia University )||1754||New York, NY|
|Brown University (Brown, Brown University )||1764||Providence, Rhode Island|
|Dartmouth College (Dartmouth, Dartmouth College )||1769||Hanover, New Hampshire|
|Cornell University (Cornell, Cornell University )||1865||Ithaca, NY|
The oldest in the United States, Harvard University
There is a fairly widespread opinion about the elitism and even snobbery of Ivy League universities and,
respectively, their graduates. Indeed, in almost all existing separation models
the population of the United States by social classes is understood that for
belonging to the upper strata of society must be educated in one of the Ivy League universities.
At the beginning of the 20th century, it was believed that only representatives of WASP ( White Anglo-Saxon
Protestant , “White Anglo-Saxons of the Protestant denomination”, at that time – representatives of the
elite in racial, national and
religious denomination of the population of the United States).At the same time, Cornell
the university was one of the first universities in the United States to abandon racial and gender discrimination in enrolling students.
Ivy League alumni are many of the Presidents of the United States, including
George W. Bush (Yale), Bill Clinton (Yale), George W. Bush (Yale and
Harvard Universities), Barack Obama (Columbia and Harvard Universities), Donald Trump (
Pennsylvania) and others.
Brown University alumni
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Harvard University Bachelor
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Financial aid, grants and scholarships from Harvard University
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Description of Harvard University
Harvard University includes colleges that provide graduates with Bachelor’s, Master’s degrees, and research centers.
Harvard University’s mission is to educate citizens and future leaders for civil society, based on a commitment to the transformative power of humanities and science education. Harvard’s motto is Truth. (Veritas – Latin for “truth”).
Harvard University is located on an area of 5,457 acres or 22.08 square kilometers.
Harvard Library – the largest academic library in the world – contains 20.4 million volumes,
180,000 serials, about 400 million handwritten articles, 10 million photographs, 124 million archived web pages and 5.4 terabytes of digital archives and manuscripts.This rich collection is accessed by nearly 800 library staff across more than 70 separate library divisions. Harvard museums house over 28 million works of art, artifacts, specimens, materials and tools. These globally renowned collections are fundamental to the development and continuation of many academic disciplines. These museums are on a par with some of the world’s greatest museums and are open to the public. More than 650,000 Americans and international guests visit them every year.
Harvard University consists of 11 main academic divisions – ten faculties or colleges and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies. Ten faculties oversee schools and departments that offer courses and award degrees. The faculty of Harvard Schools has won a wide variety of prizes, including 48 Nobel Prize winners, 48 Pulitzer Prize winners and 32 foreign heads of state. Harvard faculty, students, and staff hold global leadership roles across a wide variety of disciplines, some of which have gained national and international recognition.
History of Harvard University
Harvard University is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States of America, founded in 1636. It was named after the College’s first benefactor, John Harvard of Charlestown, who, upon his death in 1638, left his library and half of his estate to the College. The statue of John Harvard stands in front of the University Hall at Harvard Yard and is the university’s most famous landmark. The university has grown from nine students with one teacher to over 20,000 students, including graduate students and professional students.
Harvard University alumni
Harvard has over 371,000 living alumni, over 279,000 in the United States and over 90,721 59,000 alumni who live and work in 202 countries.
Colleges and faculties at Harvard University
Harvard University consists of 12 schools in addition to the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
Harvard College provides an Undergraduate Program.The college is taught by world-class teachers. Students have access to innovative research opportunities and
all the necessary resources to realize the academic and personal potential of students. Protection of the text. At the heart of Harvard College is Harvard Houses, where three quarters of students live, study and work with faculty, undergraduate and graduate students. Harvard College is proud to provide education focused on both knowledge and results and constructive collaboration in a supportive environment conducive to intellectual development.
Harvard Business School (Hbs) – MBA HBS is a two-year MBA program in management focused on real business practice. Students learn using a well-known method that is based on real-life business situations, where students learn daily to make difficult decisions and become leaders.
Harvard Extension School provides flexible courses of study online or on campus. Professional development programs in a variety of subject areas, including leadership and management, humanities, information technology and environmental management.
Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Located in the heart of the Longwood Medical District in Boston, it is one of the preeminent schools of dental medicine in the country.
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) Harvard Faculty of Arts And Science
Founded in 1890. FAS is the largest division of Harvard University and is at the forefront of student education, cutting-edge research and discovery in the 21st century.
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Provides a dynamic environment for the exchange of ideas in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and design, and design research.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education prepares you for a career as a multidisciplinary leadership teacher.
The Graduate School of Arts And Sciences
Each year, the school attracts the most promising students, forming them into the forward-thinking scientists, innovative educators and creative leaders who are Harvard’s pride in research and education.Teaching is led by eminent faculty members with extensive access to world renowned research centers, scientific collections and museums.
The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University is a graduate and vocational school that brings together students, academics and practitioners with thoughts and actions to make the world a better place. Yes. Mission is to improve public policy and public leadership in the United States and around the world so that people can lead safer, freer and more prosperous lives.
Harvard Divinity School is a center for religious and theological research and study of religion, preparing for leadership in religious and non-religious government organizations.
Harvard University Bachelor
For the Harvard degree, over 3,700 courses are offered in 50 undergraduate majors called Concentrations. Many of the concentrations are interdisciplinary.
Harvard University Undergraduate Majors
Chemical and Physical Biology
Chemistry and Physics Comparative Literature
Comparative Literature /
Science / Computer Science
Economics / Economics
Electrical Engineering / Electrical Engineer
Engineering Sciences / Engineering
English / English Language
Environmental Science and Engineering / Environmental Science and Public Policy / Environment and Public Policy Politics
History and Literature
History and Science
History of Art and Architecture Architecture
Human Evolutionary Biology
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Music / Music
Eastern Near Languages and Civilizations / Middle Eastern Languages and Civilizations
Neurobiology / Neurobiology
Philosophy / Philosophy
Physics / Physics
Psychology / Psychology
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Sociology / Sociology
Statistics / Statistics
Theater, Dance, and Media
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Master of Arts
Students enrolled in a Master of Arts (AM) degree must be enrolled full-time, complete a minimum of eight courses (32 credits) at the level required by the department, and pay full tuition in one year . ..
Master of Science
Masters candidates must complete eight courses (32 credits) and pay full tuition for one year. • SM students on a part-time basis must complete their degree within two years.
Master of Engineering
The Master of Engineering (ME) is a two-year advanced course program with research leading to a master’s thesis. ME candidates must complete 16 courses (64 credits), including 8 research courses, complete a dissertation, and pay full tuition over two years.
Master of Education (Ed.M.) Students explore everything from international education policy to cognitive development and learning technologies, and take full advantage of Harvard’s vast intellectual and professional resources to combine their coursework with others graduate studies at Harvard and have useful internships in Cambridge, Boston and beyond.
Master’s programs at Harvard Kennedy School will inspire and prepare students for change in the world, providing all the skills necessary to improve public policy, implement strong ideas. Master in Public Policy, Master in Public Administration, Master in Public Administration in International Development.
Master’s Degree Programs in the School of Business, Master’s Degree in Business Administration. The program is designed to prepare future leaders of technology enterprises, providing a solid foundation for general management, developing design skills, and deepening the understanding of engineering students.
Master’s Degree at Harvard University
Education Policy and Management
Human Development and Psychology
International Education Policy
Language and Literacy
Learning and Teaching
Mind, Brain, and Education
Technology, Innovation, and Education
Master in Public Policy
Master in Public Administration Public Administration
Master in Public Administration in International Development / Master of Public Administration and International Development
Master of Medical Sciences (MMSc) / Master of Medical Sciences
Master of Laws / Jurisprudence
The Master of Biomedical Informatics / Master in Biomedical Informatics
Health Data Science Master’s Program
The Master in Health Care Management / Health Care Management
The Master of Public Health / Public Health
Tuition Fees At Harvard University 2018 – 2019
Harvard College offers an easy-to-use Net Price Calculator. Tuition fees at Harvard College are – $ 46,340, Additional fees – $ 4,080, Accommodation – $ 10,609, Food – $ 6,551, Approximate total cost – $ 67,580. Further, the amount may increase due to travel costs – $ 4 070, the cost of books and other educational materials will be – $ 800- $ 1,200.
The total amount, including all expenses, will be – $ 71,650- $ 76,650.
Additional compulsory medical insurance is $ 3,364 (for 2018-19), if not family insurance.
Financial Aid, Grants and Scholarships at Harvard University
Financial aid rules are the same for all applicants, regardless of nationality or citizenship.When a student applies for financial assistance, the financial situation of each family is taken into account, as well as the additional costs for foreign students. International students are eligible for the same amount of aid as US students. Regardless of citizenship, applicants must complete their profile information with the College Scholarship Service.
Requirements for admission to Harvard University
The application must be submitted online through the Common Application or the Coalition Application or the Universal College Application.All applicants must provide ACT or SAT results if they are official tests in the applicant’s country of residence. An essay on a free theme at the discretion of the applicant.
English language requirements for admission to Harvard University
You can apply for admission and preparation for admission in the office or through the company’s website, the managers will professionally fill out the application and advise you on all the documents.
Successful studies at Harvard require a good knowledge of the English language in order to quickly and clearly understand and express your thoughts.Harvard College is not required to take the English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or other exams. The applicant can send his results if he considers it necessary.
As a condition for admission to the Master’s program, all foreign candidates whose first language is not English must pass the TOEFL or IELTS exam. This requirement may be waived for those who attended an institution where English was the only language of instruction.
• TOEFL iBT (computerized exam) – 100 or higher
• TOEFL (paper version of the exam) – 600 or higher
• IELTS academic module – overall average score 7.5
Application deadlines for Harvard University
In order to receive a preliminary financial aid decision along with an admission decision, applicants must submit all of their application materials for an early decision by November 1 of the current year.The decision on enrollment will be made at the end of March. To make a decision on enrollment within the usually set deadlines on January 1. To make a decision on financial assistance, the application must be submitted by February 1.
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90,000 Study at Harvard: 20 Scholarships from American Universities for International Students
October 11, 2017,
The world is full of opportunities, and with the spread of the Internet, they become available to everyone.Today, even a schoolchild from a Ukrainian village can hypothetically enter Harvard “on a budget” – all that is needed for this is Internet access, a couple of tens of dollars to apply and some extraordinary academic abilities. Proof of this is the story of the young Kievite Georgy, who entered several top US universities at once and received a scholarship of $ 300,000. And he is not alone.
The editorial staff of AIN.UA has compiled a selection of scholarship programs from American universities that are ready to cover foreign students up to 100% of their tuition costs.Hurry up – in some cases, applications for scholarships will end in November.
One of the most famous universities in the world, on whose campus Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook, offers grants for international students to help reduce financial barriers to a brighter future for talented people.
If the total household income does not exceed $ 65,000 per year, the student can receive full funding for tuition and living on campus, the cost of which is $ 65,609 per year.
Applications are accepted from summer to November 1. The decision on granting the grant is announced on January 1. You can read about what documents are required for admission here.
Another university you can only dream of entering. Princeton graduated from renowned computer scientist and Turing Award winner John McCarthy and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Albert Einstein also taught there. Like Harvard, Princeton University is in the top 10 best universities in the world.
Unlike Harvard, Princeton rarely covers 100% tuition costs. Considering that tuition costs at least $ 63,000 per year here, the average grant is $ 50,000 per year for the most needy students (if the income for a family does not exceed $ 65,000 per year). For the academic year 2017-2018, the maximum scholarship amount is $ 47,140.
If you’re still determined to pursue a college degree at Princeton, get ready for some tough competition. Only 6.5% of applicants, according to the university, received a scholarship in 2016.
You can apply here. Applications are open from September 1 and closes in December.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
MIT is a mecca for lovers of exact sciences. The university is world renowned for its innovative programs in robotics and artificial intelligence, and its educational engineering programs, programs in information technology, economics, physics, chemistry and mathematics are recognized as some of the best in the world.
MIT tuition costs more than $ 67,000 a year, but MIT understands that the best math talent is not necessarily born with a bag of money in the back.The university is ready to cover the costs of gifted students in whole or in part. In the 2017-2018 academic year, the average scholarship amount was $ 49,580 per year, depending on the level of family income.
You can apply here. Applications are open until February 15th.
University of Chicago
Private Research University in Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1890. The university is one of the most famous and prestigious higher education institutions due to its influence in the fields of science, society and politics. The University of Chicago ranks fourth in the world for the Nobel Prizes (89 employees and students became prize winners). By the way, with the help of the Chicago Department of Physics, the world’s first artificial nuclear reactor was developed under the University’s sports field, Stagg Field.
The university covers all costs of tuition, living and related costs, as well as $ 10,000 per year in addition, this amount students can use during four years of study at the university.
Applications will start on October 15th.
George Washington University
The Private Research University in Washington, DC is the largest higher education institution in the capital of the United States and the most expensive American institution of higher education. Notable alumni include FBI Director John Edgar Hoover and former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
Gifted international students can receive a presidential scholarship that covers up to 100% of tuition and living costs, provided that they apply by November 1 (second wave – by January 5).
A private research university located in Nashville, Tennessee. Among the alumni of the university and its branches are two vice-presidents of the United States, 25 Rhodes Fellows, seven Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize and Academy Award winners.
Depending on their achievements and aspirations, gifted students can receive one of three scholarships that cover tuition costs and provide additional funding for research activities.Acceptance of applications ends on November 7.
State University of New York at Buffalo
The US State Research University is the flagship of the State Universities of New York (SUNY) system. The University of Buffalo has several campuses in Buffalo and Amherst.
Students with high scores can receive a scholarship from $ 2000 up to full coverage of the costs of their studies. To receive a scholarship, you must submit an application and all documents by April 15th.
University of Alabama
The University is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.It is one of the oldest and largest universities in the state of Alabama.
The university offers several types of scholarships, the most attractive of which is the Academic Elite Scholarship. In addition to tuition and living expenses, which the scholarship covers 100%, the student receives an additional scholarship of $ 8,500 per year and a technology scholarship of $ 1,000 per year. But to qualify for this scholarship, you must be a member of the University Fellow.
There is also a presidential scholarship – $ 25,000 per year.To get it, you need to score a certain number of points in the entrance exams, namely 1490 SAT or 33 ACT and 3.5 GPA (the average score, as a rule, does not exceed 4.0).
Applications are accepted until December 15.
University of Miami Florida
This is a private secular university in the United States, established in 1925, whose main campus is located in Coral Gables, Florida. It is noteworthy that the same Mikhail Saakashvili studied there, who made a lot of noise with his Ukrainian citizenship.
The university offers four options for scholarships at once, covering the full cost of education. Fellows are selected by a special commission as part of an annual event that takes place on the university campus.
Applications are accepted until January 1.
University of Georgia
This is an American public university located in the state of Georgia, one of the universities of the University of Georgia system. The campus of the University of Georgia occupies 3000 square kilometers and is located in the city of Athens.
The best applicants (at least 3.9 GPA, victories in olympiads and the presence of achievements in other activities), in addition to covering the costs of training, are provided with three educational trips to countries in Asia, Africa and South America, as well as a summer internship at Oxford University. Typically, such scholarships are received by 18-22 new students per year. But there are other options that also cover all training costs, but do not provide for overseas travel.
Applications are accepted until November 1.
University of Richmond
A private, nonprofit liberal arts college located in Richmond, Virginia. Boasts strong expertise in arts, social sciences, and business.
The university offers foreign students various types of scholarships, up to 100% coverage of tuition costs. In the past academic year, the average scholarship was $ 41,400 per year, in total, tuition at the University of Richmond will cost a minimum of $ 64,890 per year.
To receive the maximum grant, you must apply by December 1.
A US private research university located in Syracuse, New York. The university is divided along the lines of the Oxford and Cambridge universities. It includes 13 schools and colleges with national programs in information technology, librarianship, architecture, telecommunications, business administration, public administration, and engineering programs.
The University offers several types of scholarships for gifted students from abroad, ranging from $ 10,000 to $ 30,000. However, selected candidates can receive full tuition coverage, which is estimated at $ 47,150 per year, under the so-called Scholarship 1870 (founded) … The lucky ones are determined by the High Commission of the University, evaluating their academic and creative achievements, as well as personal achievements and worldview.
University of Miami at Ohio
State Research University in Oxford, Ohio.Founded in 1809, but training in it began only in 1824. The tenth oldest public university in the United States and the second oldest in Ohio after Ohio University.
For outstanding candidates, the university provides a so-called “merit-based scholarship”, which can cover part or all of the tuition costs. The amount of the scholarship is determined based on academic success, test results and other factors that the candidate will provide to the University as part of the application process.
Applications are accepted until December 1.
Private four-year liberal arts college in Granville, Ohio. Founded in 1831 and is the second largest liberal arts university in Ohio.
Similar to the University of Miami, Denison invites international students to pay part or all of their tuition fees if they demonstrate an enviable level of competence.
Applications are accepted until November 15 (second wave until January 15).
University of Arcadia
A private university located in Glenside, Pennsylvania, on the outskirts of Philadelphia. Arcadia University is notable primarily for being one of the leaders in international education in the United States. The university boasts over 50,000 international students graduating, and the number of overseas graduates is increasing every year.
Gifted students can receive a scholarship that covers up to 100% of the cost of training. The university emphasizes that the university does not cover the costs of accommodation, meals and other related costs.
Applications are accepted until March 1.
A private, collaborative, Roman Catholic university located approximately two miles west of Providence, Rhode Island. It is the only college or university in North America run by Dominican monks.
All candidates are automatically considered by the Scholarship Committee, which determines the amount of the scholarship based on the data provided by the students. Applicants who demonstrate outstanding academic ability and inability to pay for their studies may receive full coverage for attending classes (up to $ 65,000 per year), however additional costs such as accommodation, study materials, etc.(up to $ 3000 per year) the university does not pay.
Applications are accepted until November 15.
University of Washington and Lee
American Private Humanities University in Lexington, Virginia. Founded in 1749 as a small classical school.
The university provides both partial and full coverage of the costs of gifted non-resident students in the United States. On top of that, the best candidates can get up to $ 7,000 a year for the summer. Applications are accepted until December 1.
Hendrix Private College in Conway, Arkansas provides full funding for tuition, living and other expenses.To qualify for the scholarship, you must have a minimum of 1410 SAT or 3.6 GPA and 32 ACT.
Applications are accepted until November 15.
Located in Miami Shores, Florida, the university is one of the largest Catholic universities in the southeast and is located in the Archdiocese of Miami.
In addition to 100% tuition fees, textbooks, flights and accommodation, foreign fellows are paid $ 6,000 for additional education abroad.In order to apply for a grant, you must collect a minimum of 3.5 GPA and go through a telephone interview.
Applications are accepted until December 1.
The private liberal arts college is located in Davidson, North Carolina and has a strong expertise in political science, sports, and the arts.
Students with strong leadership and academic ability who prove unable to pay tuition can receive a scholarship that will fully cover their costs.
To qualify for it, it is important to have time to submit your application before November 15th.
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Plans for the fall semester of the best US universities became known
Plans for the fall semester of the best US universities became known – RIA Novosti , twenty.07.2020
Plans for the fall semester of the best US universities have become known
More than half of American universities plan to open their doors to students in the coming fall, but will significantly reduce the audience and continue … RIA Novosti, 20.07.2020
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WASHINGTON, July 20 – RIA Novosti. More than half of US universities are planning to open their doors to students this fall, but will significantly reduce their audience and continue to teach online. RIA Novosti got acquainted with the plans for the fall semester of the five most prestigious universities in America. The coronavirus pandemic in the United States that began in the spring has deprived millions of American students from university days.Contrary to expectations, the summer did not bring relief, on the contrary, the number of cases, especially among young people, continues to grow rapidly, which leaves questions about how and when universities will be able to return to education in the usual pre-COVID-19 understanding. Higher Education, which analyzes data on more than 1.2 thousand US higher educational institutions, about 53% of them plan to admit to classes in the classrooms of their pupils, 31% are considering the possibility of a hybrid model combining online and personal training, another 10% choose distance learning …As RIA Novosti was convinced, a large proportion of educational institutions planning to return to the traditional form of education are small private colleges, the number of pupils of which is small and makes it possible to realize the requirements of social distance without much difficulty. Meanwhile, most large private and public institutions offer a hybrid form of education – they will open territory and classrooms for about half of their pupils, but will continue their main education remotely. July that plans to open doors for 40% of its pupils.That is exactly how much, according to the university, it will be possible to place on its territory, taking into account the requirements of social distancing in the context of a pandemic. Priority at Harvard in the coming fall semester will be given to freshmen who are just starting their student life, while in the spring, on the contrary, they will study remotely, and graduates will be admitted to the campus, as well as those who did not cope with online courses in the first semester. in the event that an outbreak of coronavirus disease occurs on the campus, Harvard said, the possibility of a one-time quarantine for 250 people will be provided.The president of Stanford University in California announced back in early June that the fall semester would begin a week earlier than usual, September 14, and run through November 20. Although the specific details of how this will happen are not yet known, the university hopes to provide freshmen with the opportunity to begin to learn the pleasures of university life, to establish contacts with teachers and fellow students in the fall. – will still be held online, “- said the leadership of Stanford, specifying that it will be distance learning that will become the main one in the next academic year for most of the students of this prestigious university.The third in the ranking of Quacquarelli Symonds, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), warned in early July that only 4.5 thousand students will be admitted to its territory in the fall semester, which begins on September 1. Priority will be given to those who, for whatever reason, cannot study from home, as well as future graduates. In the spring, MIT hopes to open doors to elementary students. “Most of the courses will be online in the fall, with campus-based students receiving additional counseling in small groups whenever possible,” the university said.Shared kitchens will be closed in the university dormitories, but they will offer a 40% discount on meals in the institute’s canteens and cafes. It is noteworthy that this is not the only encouragement of its students from a prestigious Boston university: unlike Harvard, which immediately announced that, regardless of the form of education, its cost would not change, MIT canceled the planned cost increase for the upcoming academic year, and also proposed a number of other compensation, including a $ 5,000 grant to each student and a guarantee to provide paid research or other work for at least one semester of the next academic year.One of the most prestigious public institutions in the United States, the University of California at Berkeley also offers a hybrid model, with classes on campus being limited to “whoever wants it.” “Students will not be required to attend classes or be on campus, almost all classes will be available remotely,” the university said. A similar hybrid model is offered by the private Columbia University in New York.”Courses will take place in various formats, almost always online learning will be one of the options. As we resume in-person teaching whenever possible, we are technically equipping the classrooms so that every student, whether he is in the classroom or no, he could take part in it, “the university notes. According to the plan presented earlier in July, in September Columbia University will open its territory for the first two years of students, and in the spring the hostels will be occupied by the third and fourth year students.The university stipulates, however, that this plan will completely depend on the real situation and will be possible only if the fourth phase of lifting coronavirus restrictions is introduced in New York. Another prestigious university – Yale University (Connecticut) – also chose a hybrid model for the upcoming fall semester. “While students can return to the New Haven campus and live in a ‘low density’ environment, most of the classrooms will be remote,” the university said.The feasibility of such an approach in conditions when the number of cases of COVID-19 in the United States has exceeded 3.7 million, RIA Novosti confirms Professor Emeritus at the University of Southern California, William G. Tierney. “In-house training is a priority, but in a pandemic, online training remains the only way until January,” the expert said.
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WASHINGTON, July 20 – RIA Novosti. More than half of US universities are planning to open their doors to students in the coming fall, but will significantly reduce the audience and continue to teach online. RIA Novosti got acquainted with the plans for the fall semester of the five most prestigious universities in America.
The coronavirus pandemic in the United States that began in the spring has deprived millions of American students from university days. Contrary to expectations, the summer did not bring relief, on the contrary, the number of cases, especially among young people, continues to grow rapidly, which leaves questions about how and when universities will be able to return to education in the usual pre-COVID-19 understanding.July 16, 2020, 13:36 The spread of coronavirus In the United States, more than 66.2 thousand new cases of coronavirus were detected per day
According to the latest data from the portal The Chronicle of Higher Education, which analyzes data on more than 1.2 thousand higher educational institutions in the United States, to classes in their classrooms about 53% of them plan to admit pupils, 31% are considering the possibility of a hybrid model combining online and personal training, another 10% choose distance learning.
As RIA Novosti was convinced, a large proportion of educational institutions planning to return to the traditional form of education are small private colleges, the number of pupils of which is small and makes it possible to implement the requirements of social distance without much difficulty.Meanwhile, most large private and public institutions offer a hybrid form of education – they will open the territory and classes for about half of their pupils, but will continue their basic education remotely.
July 7, 2020, 00:29 The spread of the coronavirus The United States due to COVID-19 prohibits foreign students from studying online
A hybrid model for the best
For example, the best in the United States, according to the analytical company Quacquarelli Symonds, Harvard University announced in early July that plans to open doors for 40% of its pupils.
This is exactly how much, according to the university, it will be possible to place on its territory, taking into account the requirements of social distancing in the context of a pandemic. Priority at Harvard in the coming fall semester will be given to freshmen who are just starting their student life, while in the spring, on the contrary, they will study remotely, and graduates, as well as those who did not cope with online courses in the first semester, will be admitted to the campus.
In case there is an outbreak of coronavirus on the campus, Harvard said, a one-time quarantine will be provided for 250 people.
The president of Stanford University in California announced back in early June that the fall semester would begin a week earlier than usual, September 14, and run until November 20. Although the exact details of how this will happen are not yet known, the university hopes to provide freshmen with the opportunity to begin to learn the pleasures of university life, to establish contacts with teachers and fellow students in the fall. 12 July 2020, 17:30 classes will be held on the territory of the university, most of the courses in 2020-2021 will still be held online, “the Stanford management said, specifying that it is distance learning that will become the main one in the next academic year for most of the students of this prestigious university.The third in the ranking of Quacquarelli Symonds, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), warned in early July that only 4.5 thousand students will be admitted to its territory in the fall semester, which begins on September 1. Priority will be given to those who, for whatever reason, cannot study from home, as well as future graduates. In the spring, MIT hopes to open doors for elementary students.
“Most of the courses will be online in the fall, and those on campus will receive additional counseling in small groups whenever possible,” the university said.
Shared kitchens will be closed in the dormitories of the university, but they will offer a 40% discount on meals in the institute’s canteens and cafes. It is noteworthy that this is not the only encouragement of its students from a prestigious Boston university: unlike Harvard, which immediately announced that, regardless of the form of education, its cost would not change, MIT canceled the planned cost increase for the upcoming academic year, and also proposed a number of other compensation, including a $ 5,000 grant to each student and a guarantee to provide paid research or other work for at least one semester of the next academic year.
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One of the most prestigious public schools in the United States, the University of California at Berkeley also offers a hybrid model, with limited-class classes on campus “for those who want to. “. “Students will not be required to attend classes or be on campus, almost all classes will be available remotely,” the university said.
A hybrid model similar to the one presented above is offered by the private Columbia University in New York. “Courses will take place in various formats, almost always online learning will be one of the options. As we resume in-person teaching whenever possible, we are technically equipping the classrooms so that every student, whether he is in the classroom or no, he could take part in it, “the university notes. According to the plan presented earlier in July, in September Columbia University will open its territory for the first two years of students, and in the spring the hostels will be occupied by the third and fourth year students.The university stipulates, however, that this plan will completely depend on the real situation and will be possible only if the fourth phase of lifting coronavirus restrictions is introduced in New York. Another prestigious university – Yale University (Connecticut) – also chose a hybrid model for the upcoming fall semester. “While students can return to the New Haven campus and live in a ‘low density’ environment, most of the classrooms will be remote,” the university said.
The feasibility of such an approach in conditions when the number of cases of COVID-19 in the United States has exceeded 3.7 million, RIA Novosti confirms Professor Emeritus at the University of Southern California, William G. Tierney (William G. Tierney). “In-house training is a priority, but in a pandemic, online training remains the only way until January,” the expert said.
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1.New York University
2. University Brief
New York University (NYU)
– one of the largest and oldest in the USA
research universities. Educational institution,
located in the heart of New York, is
also one of the most international: a fifth of
New York University students came here from a hundred
countries. In the scientific world New York University
known for his achievements in medicine, chemistry and
3. History of New York University
In 1830 4th Secretary of the Treasury of the United States,
statesman and politician Albert Gallatin
stated that “in this huge and fast-growing city
[need to create] a rational and practical system
learning that unites everyone and is kindly open to everyone. ”
Within three days in the city hall, a hundred public and
politicians, scientists and famous residents of the city
discussed plans to create a new educational institution.They are
came to the conclusion that New York needed a university,
intended for young people who will be admitted
to an educational institution on the basis of merit, not by birth,
status or social class. This policy at the university
followed ever since.
At the turn of the century, NYU became extremely popular with
applicants. It began to be called “the # 1 dream university”.
For several years in a row, a record
was recorded here.
the number of applications from applicants in the United States.
The main campus of New York University is located at the respectable
Lower Manhattan Greenwich Village. Arc de Triomphe
The nearby Washington Square Park is considered a symbol of
educational institution, although it does not belong to him. In this square
commemorative meetings are held dedicated to the beginning and end of
academic year, freshmen and graduates are welcomed here.
Scientific achievements New York University
Within the walls of one of the scientific institutes at NYU, they found out that a certain
type of diet can slow down the aging process by affecting behavior
several hundred genes.
New York University named the age of the Ebola virus: it turned out to be
appeared in the Miocene epoch almost 23 million years ago. Before this opening
the virus was thought to be much younger.
One of the researchers at New York University is working on
software that will automatically recognize
drunk people and block user photos on Facebook.
35 Nobel laureates and 16,
are associated with NYU activities
Pulitzer Prize winners.
Here we figured out how persistent memories are formed.
In one of the medical research centers at the university
are working on the efficiency of obtaining stem cells. New method
should increase the number of stem cells derived from skin cells,
more than 20 times compared to the standard method.
NYU researchers have provided evidence that monkeys have
own language and even dialects.
University scientists have created a vaccine against prion disease.
The university has two dozen schools, colleges and institutes,
whose buildings are located in the picturesque and respectable corners of New York. For example, the campus of the Polytechnic Institute is located in the large
Technopark MetroTech Center in Brooklyn. Medical Campus
located on the beautiful shore of the East River on First Avenue:
there are hospitals, scientific institutions, a school.
sprung up around Washington Square Park in 2000.
campus.This is the center of the Scherball Huge Theater, School of Law,
and also the center where
there are student
Since 2010, one of the campuses
University is located in
a little later, another campus
started its work in Shanghai.
was opened in the spring of 2014
another campus in Latin
quarter of Paris.
7. Motto: Continue to persevere and succeed to show good results! Date of creation: 1831 Specialties: -Art
and the humanities
-Business and Social Sciences
-Language & Culture
-Medicine and Health
-Science and Technology
8.Why you should go to New York University
New York is one of the most cosmopolitan, international cities in the world, and in
New York University has a friendly atmosphere. About 18 percent of total
the number of New York University students – foreigners who are never bored in 90,721
Library Elmer Holmes Bobst (Elmer Holmes Bobst Library) – one of the largest
academic libraries in the country. Its design was developed by the world renowned
architects Philip Johnson and Richard Foster.Library contains
more than three million publications, it is visited by more than 6500 users a day.
The university has its own theaters where students can stage their performances.
New York University’s student house network is one of the largest in the United States, at
not only first-year students can live on campus, but also students
the rest of the courses.
About 350 student clubs are open on New York University campuses,
there are several dozen sports teams here.
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, affiliated with the university,
is considered one of the leading research centers in its field.
are underway here
advanced development, the institute cooperates with IBM, Microsoft. Hobbyists 90,721
students have the opportunity to implement their project within the walls of the institute.
9. Notable alumni of NYU
Today’s Academy Award winners – Woody Allen,
Angelina Jolie, Whoopi Goldberg, Martin Scorsese, Philip Seymour Hoffman,
Singer Lady Gaga is also a graduate of New York University.
Among the graduates of the university are the names of eight winners of the
Nobel. These are doctors, physicists, chemists, diplomats. One of them, Gertrude Bell
Elion, has created several drugs for the treatment of gout,
herpes, which subsequently helped millions of people. Physicist Frederick
Reines received an award for the revolutionary discovery of neutrinos.
10. If you are impetuous, purposeful, smart and resourceful, then the doors of New York University are open to you!