Prospective Master's students can apply online at the Brandeis University GSAS website.
Students are considered for admission based on the strength of their application as a whole. Admissions committees take into account the student's academic record (grades and related coursework), letters of recommendation, work and/or research experience, and the individual’s motivation for applying to attend a Master’s program. GREs are not required.
International applicants: there are additional requirements for international applicants (non-U.S. citizens or non-permanent residents), minimum TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores, and important information regarding visas. If the student is submitting TOEFL scores, please note that the Brandeis TOEFL institution code is 3261.
See the Graduate Program in Neuroscience webpage on the GSAS website for additional information and requirements..
The admission deadline is rolling through May 1; application review begins in January. Rolling admissions means that the application may be closed prior to May 1st if the desired cohort size is reached.
Brandeis University is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religious creed, gender identity and expression, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. The Grad Program in Neuroscience welcomes applications from students with disabilities. The university has support services in place for this population.
Visits to Brandeis
Applicants to the Master’s program may request to visit Brandeis to meet with students and faculty.
Notification of acceptance to the program
Notifications of acceptance or rejection are sent out as decisions are reached (between January and May-June). Questions regarding the application process should be directed to the Division of Science Graduate Affairs Office. Notifications of acceptance or rejection are sent out as decisions are reached (between January and May-June).
Questions regarding the application process should be directed to the Division of Science Graduate Affairs Office.