The liberal arts are prioritized at Brandeis University, a famous research university in Massachusetts’ private sector. More than 43 majors and 46 minors are available at Brandeis University, which aids in drawing in a varied student base. The fact that less than 20 students make up more than two-thirds of Brandeis University’s undergraduate courses shows that the admissions procedure is anything but lax.
Brandeis Institution is the eighth-largest university in the United States based on the number of international students it enrolls. The administration of the institution is very sensitive of the financial situation of this student body. A recent survey found that 13.5% of undergraduate students receive Pell Grants, and that 50% of students receive financial help of some kind.
Annually, the university offers waiting list placement to more than 1.5 thousand students, but only 640 accept. But not all of these 640 students are admitted to their desired courses. There are 640 students applying, and only nine are chosen. A student’s chances of getting enrolled in their desired course program are as low as 1.4% on the waiting list.