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NEASC accreditation

Brandeis University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, a nongovernmental, nationally recognized organizations whose affiliated institutions range from elementary schools to collegiate institutions offering postgraduate instruction.

Attending Brandeis

Thank you for your interest in Brandeis University, one of the nation's premier institutions of higher education for undergraduate, graduate and professional and continuing studies.

We invite you to explore this website to learn more about the benefits of a Brandeis education and the university's application process.

Prospective undergraduate students should apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Graduate students should apply directly to the school they wish to attend.  

Those interested in continuing education; adult, professional or part-time studies; or distance learning should register through the Rabb School of Continuing Studies.

Brandeis Undergraduate Admissions UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS

Offering 42 majors and 46 minors in the creative arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences.

Brandeis Graduate School of Arts and Sciences GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Offering students in-depth and broad-based scholarly exposure while providing professional training in their chosen fields.

Brandeis Heller School for Social Policy and Management HELLER SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

Preparing the next generation of scholars, policy analysts, managers, public leaders and international-development practitioners for the 21st century.


A pioneering professional graduate school dedicated to teaching and research in global finance, management and economic policy.

Rabb School of Continuing Studies RABB SCHOOL OF CONTINUING STUDIES

Extending the traditional excellence of a Brandeis education to the greater community with opportunities for professional development, personal enrichment and lifelong learning.