Global Brandeis by the numbers

Founded in 1948, Brandeis quickly established an international reputation. The ground-breaking Wien International Scholarship Program pioneered international education in the U.S., giving more than 800 promising young leaders from over 100 countries a chance for a high-quality education. And Brandeis' two professional schools -- Brandeis International Business School and the Heller School for Social Policy and Management -- have had a global dimension since their inception.

Students 

Current number of international undergraduate students  386
Current number of international graduate students  778
Percentage of undergraduate student body that is international   12%
Percentage of graduate student body that is international  37%
Number of countries represented  118
Percentage of students studying abroad  40%
   

Academics

 
International experts, including faculty, researchers and visiting scholars, and postdoctoral students  225
Global institutes and centers  12
Modern foreign languages   10
Area studies programs

 8 

Number of study abroad programs  350
Number of study abroad country destinations   65
   

Alumni

 
Number of international alumni  3,192
Countries represented  141