2016 Sessions

Session I
June 6 to July 8, 2016

Session II
July 11 to August 12, 2016

Online Session
June 6 to August 12, 2016

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Justice Brandeis Semester

Looking for an more immersive academic program?

Want to earn 12-credit hours and a semester of residency toward graduation?  

Consider the Summer Justice Brandeis Semester program.

Justice Brandeis Semester

Learn more about the JBS program today.

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Brandeis Summer School

Brandeis University Summer School is an open-admission program offering courses and special programs for college-level credit. Small classes taught by experienced and dedicated Brandeis faculty are the hallmark of these offerings.


> Current Brandeis students

> Visiting students from other colleges

> High school students

> Incoming Brandeis First-Year and Mid-Year students

> Incoming Brandeis Mid-Year Chemistry students

> Adult students

> Visiting international students

Justice Brandeis Semester

Looking for a more immersive program?

Want to earn 12 credit hours, and a semester of residency toward graduation?

Then consider the summer Justice Brandeis Semester program.

There are several intensive 8-, 9- or 10-week programs combining thematically linked courses, field-based research experiences, creative work, and community engagement opportunities; all designed to help you delve deeply into a specific area of study.  2016 JBS include programs in Contemporary Art, Sports Journalism, Mobile App Development, the growth of India and China and their impact on global affairs, and an exploration of the legal and ethical issues facing the American Healthcare system.

Please note: There are limited spaces and financial aid available for the JBS programs, so early application is strongly encouraged!

Visit the summer Justice Brandeis Semester program website today for more information about the programs being offered in 2016.