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Brandeis University

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at Brandeis

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By Major
Art & Design DepartmentA+
Business - Management and AdministrationC+
Computer ScienceB
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Music - Composition/TheoryB
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceB
Perfomance ArtsA
Political ScienceB
Public HealthC

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... If you are a city person like me, you will feel extremely constrained by the almost-rural feel to the campus ...Read full comment
... I just have the overall impression that Brandeis students try to reach above their natural capacity, they can't really learn the kind of mater...Read full comment
... Boston is very close and going into the city is the best thing to do on weekends ...Read full comment
... ) and colleges before they get hired by their daddy's first cousin at some firm in Downtown Big City ...Read full comment
There is a good and a bad to Brandeis. The unfortunate truth for me was that many of the students are rich, white Jewish kids from MA, NJ, and NY. The...Read full comment
... I transferred out because you aren't allowed to have a car in your first year and I had always dreamed of going to New York City for my underg...Read full comment
... A majority of people you'll pass in Boston are college students (there are a ridiculous amount of universities in the city) Go to Boston every ...Read full comment
In general, Brandeis was a great place to go for undergrad -- the perfect blend of a university and liberal arts college. Don't expect it to give you ...Read full comment
... As their growing number forced them to live in localities more and more distant from their patriarchal homes, "they said: Come, let us make a cit...Read full comment
... I have so much freedom and so much access to the city and my peers ...Read full comment
... "But you get to live in the city ...Read full comment
... Boston is a fine city and has some of the best musical venues and Arts scenes ...Read full comment
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