Prior to submitting the application, applicants are strongly encouraged to consult the Master of Arts Program in Comparative Humanities (MACH) faculty profile page so that they may fill out the section of the Graduate School application regarding faculty with whom they might be interested in working.
On the basis of these preferences, each student will be assigned an initial curriculum advisor, with whom the student will consult before and after arrival on campus. By the beginning of the spring semester, each student will select an advisor for their capstone project and register with that faculty member for MACH 301b, Capstone Project.
Applicants to the Master of Arts Program in Comparative Humanities apply electronically through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Financing Your Education
You can afford graduate school. Brandeis is committed to helping students whose records indicate scholarly promise. To help students make graduate school possible, Brandeis makes available special scholarships, as well as a variety of awards and work opportunities. Most full-time MA students receive a scholarship equivalent to just under half the cost of tuition.
For more detailed information on financing your education, please visit the GSAS Financial Aid website.
Scholarship for Brandeis Alumni and Seniors
We are proud to offer a $10,500 scholarship for Brandeis undergraduate alumni (or current Brandeis seniors who have their bachelor's degree by the time they start a master's program) who are admitted into the Master of Arts Program in Comparative Humanities. Please visit the GSAS Alumni Scholarship page for more information.