Brandeis Talent

  • Jake Greenberg

    Jake Greenberg ’18 // Environmental studies, business

  • Xinyue Wang

    Xinyue Wang ’18 // Economics, computer science

  • Jade Eckels

    Jade Eckels ’18 // English, history, african and afro-american studies

  • Guillermo Narvaez

    Guillermo Narvaez ’18 // Physics

Brandeis University combines the faculty and resources of a world-class research institution with the intimacy and personal attention of a small liberal arts college. With undergraduates averaging two or more majors and experiential opportunities before graduation, the Hiatt Career Center offers employers a wide range of perspectives, academic interests and experiences.

Recruiting in Your Field

Brandeis graduates are highly sought after by premier employers in nearly every field. Learn how our students prepare academically and engage in hands-on activities to become industry leaders:

Advertising, Communications & Marketing / Media

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  • 261 Brandeis undergraduates major and/or minor in arts-related fields of study including music, history of studio art, theater and film, television and interactive media

  • 43% of graduate students are enrolled in music and a post-baccalaureate program in studio art

  • Brandeis is 1 of the 41 educational institutions nationwide selected to participate in the YMA Scholarship Fund with 16 award recipients from 2010-2016

  • The Rose Art Museum is among the nation's premier university museums dedicated to 20th and 21st century art while acting as a living textbook for object-based learning, a catalyst for artistic expression, scholarly innovation and the production of new knowledge through art

  • Over 50 arts-related clubs and groups featuring dance, music and theatrical production, fashion, cutting edge arts technology, global cultural expression, gaming and more

  • The Spingold Theater Center houses a 750-seat proscenium mainstage, 175-seat thrust stage and the 100-seat Merrick Theater for productions chosen to provide meaningful integration between the classroom and stage

  • Unique Brandeis Arts programs include Peacebuilding and the Arts, Leonard Bernstein Festival for the Creative Arts, Arts Program at the Women's Studies Research Center

Top Employer Partners

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Biotech, Health & Science
  • 19% of Brandeis graduates enter the fields of biotech, pharmaceuticals, health care and science research

  • Brandeis has a $154 million, 108,000 square foot science research center on campus

  • 600 undergraduate and graduate students major or concentrate in physical or life sciences

  • Over 160 undergraduates have been published in peer-review faculty journals in recent years

  • 75% of Brandeis alumni who apply to medical school are accepted, 25% higher than the national average

  • 390+ undergraduate and graduate students major or concentrate in health, science, society and policy at Brandeis

  • 75% of Brandeis alumni who apply to health professional schools are accepted, more than 20% higher than the national average

  • Related clubs: Emergency Medical Corps, Pre-Health Society, Pre-Dental Society, Pre-Veterinary Society, Health Occupations Students of America

Top Employer Partners

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Business, Consulting and Finance
  • 16% of Brandeis undergraduates enter the fields of business, consulting or finance

  • 575 students major in business or economics at Brandeis

  • 450 graduate students are pursuing MBA, MS in Finance, and MA in International Economics and Finance degrees at the International Business School, including 40 5-year BA/MA students

  • The Financial Times ranked Brandeis as #1 in the United States for the third consecutive year in the annual ranking of pre-experience master’s programs for the Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance

  • Brandeis’ student chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) is one of the largest in the country and was named Chapter of the Year in the North East

  • Related clubs: Business Club, Economics Club, Entrepreneur Club, Investment Club, Brandeis Student Consultancy

Top Employer Partners



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  • 47 education studies majors and minors

  • 33 teacher education minors

  • American studies, biology, chemistry, English, history, mathematics, Near Eastern and Judaic studies, psychology, sociology, theater arts are popular second majors

  • Education studies majors or minors often choose to do an internship in the field; some elect to study education policymaking in Washington, D.C., or in other countries during their semester abroad

  • The Gersh & Sarah Lemberg Children's Center is located adjacent to the Brandeis University campus, develops children, teachers, researchers, and ultimately the field of early childhood education itself in a warm family environment.

  • Post-graduate program Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) is a year-long intensive program which prepares students with strong liberal arts backgrounds to become highly qualified, licensed classroom teachers

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Government and Service
  • Over 32% of Brandeis graduates enter fields of service including government, nonprofit and public health

  • Each year, 250+ students study abroad in 70+ different countries around the world

  • 1,000+ undergraduates major in related areas including politics, history, international and global studies, economics, health policy, American studies, psychology and sociology

  • 100+ undergraduates major in a language or the study of a specific region/culture including Asian studies, Near Eastern and Judaic studies, Islamic and Middle Eastern studies and Latin American studies

  • 500+ graduate students pursue master’s of business administration, master’s of public policy or related master’s of science and PhD degrees at Brandeis’ Heller School for Social Policy and Management

  • The Gordon Center for American Public Policy at Brandeis supports research and graduate training in American politics and public policy

  • The Partnership for Public Service recognizes Brandeis as a “Call to Serve” school

  • Brandeis hosts an annual keynote speaker through the Annenberg Speakers Bureau

  • 50 student-run leadership, activism and service organizations including the Waltham Group with 650+ students volunteering weekly at 15+ local organizations

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Social Justice and Nonprofit
  • 1 in 3 Brandeis graduates enter fields of service including government, nonprofit and public health

  • Over 1,000 undergraduates across all majors are interested in service-related or social justice careers

  • 500+ graduate students pursue master’s of business administration in nonprofit management, master’s of public policy, or related master’s or PhD degrees at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management

  • Since 2008, 37+ students have participated in the AmeriCorps Student Leaders in Service Program, completing over 300 hours of service in one year

  • Each summer, the Hiatt Career Center provides funding for 30 unpaid internships focused on social justice

Top Employer Partners

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  • 99% of computer science graduates are hired within six months of graduation

  • The Computer Science Department awards two Michtom Prizes to undergraduates each year for outstanding achievement and service

  • The MakerLab at Brandeis advances learning, invention and social justice through innovation and partners with the Computer Science Department on annual hackathons, 3D print contests, and engagement with high school students.

  • Students have the option to enroll in a combined BA/MA program in computer science or BS/MA program in computational linguistics

  • The BS in computer science highly encourages students to participate in research opportunities through internships, faculty research lab work and academics.

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