Brandeis is a highly ranked, research intensive, private university located at Waltham, Massachusetts, just 10 kms west of Boston, a global hub for higher education and innovation, and is spread over a vast area of 235 acres. Brandeis embraces the pluralism of American society with powerful focus on academic rigor and intensity. It has the 8th largest international student population of a University within the US with students drawn from across the globe with diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.
Ranked # 35 in National Universities in US, Brandeis is an academically intense University. its unique combination of integrating various models of experiential learning and discovery with classroom learning imparted by a faculty of tremendous scholarly distinction sets it apart from other Institutions in the region. Alumni of the University include Albert Einstein, former First Lady of the US, Eleanor Roosevelt, Nobel Prize Laureate Roderick Mac Kannon and many other renowned dignitaries.
Brandeis International Business School (BIBS), established in 1994, has the distinction of connecting students to the best practices by teaching them rigorous Business, Finance and Economics and immersing them in work experience. With a worldwide reputation for academic excellence, BIBS trains students with the focus on developing them as professionals in companies and industries worldwide.
The career paths for GMP students are many, each one enjoying an undisputable ranking of excellence in Graduate education both across US and worldwide. The School’s ranking on each of these subjects is a measure of the distinguished reputation BIBS enjoys as a top tiered globally focused Business School.
IBS is the School for aspirants who wish to gain knowledge and experience that translates into careers par excellence across borders and cultures. BIBS is committed to supporting highly qualified international students by offering them merit based scholarships to the extent of 100% as part of its holistic admission review policy.
BIBS offers programmes both the January and June intakes. Selected candidates are eligible for 100 percent merit-based scholarships.
Intl. Economics & Finance (MAief)