Diversity - 80% international, Program structure, Internship opportunities, and Extracurricular activities.Downers
The name of the school is not recognized nationally, but this is changing very rapidly.
Not enough classrooms in the building.Comments
This is an excellent school! The scholarship rewards are great and they are actually interested in helping you! They will even go as far as potentially increasing your scholarship to enable you to finish your degree!Would You Recommend
Classes at the IBS' MBA program are really demanding and challenging. What is obvious from the very beginning is the quality of the faculty members; but they are also very approachable, and always concerned about the learning of the students.Quality of Life
The campus offer a wide variety of facilities for students, in a safe and comfortable environment. Many options for dining, libraries, access to computers and WiFi internet all over campus, sport facilities, and the like. Campus police is available 24/7Admissions
There are several things that are required to apply to the MBA or other graduate programs at Brandeis University International Business School. I had to provide undergraduate transcripts, letters of recommendation, competitive TOEFL and GMAT scores, four years of work experience plus had the support of the Fulbright Program to be admitted to the program.Level
Classes of 7 to 40 students. Very friendly environment. Excellent study abroad opportunities at global top schools.Quality of Life
Moderate costs of living on campus. Excellent library and labs. Everything is top-notch.Admissions
Excellent financial aid and scholarship opportunities.Graduation Year
Classes are really diverse.
More emphasis on case methodology and all of them have really lively class discussions and debates.
Professors are world class and yet highly accessbile. More individual attention than any other schools i have heard about. Professors are really interested in offering research assistantships and also proper research internships. Notable Faculty include - Prof Ben Gomes Casseres, Grace Zimmerman, Charles Reed Jr etc.. Almost all are wonderful
Grading is tough.
Workload - keeps me fully occupied. But pretty interesting stuff
Study abroad - Plenty of tie ups around the world. Lot of options to choose from.Quality of Life
No living for grad studentsAdmissions
Two essay questions - 1 Why MBA and another on What international cultural experiences do i bring to Brandeis.
Financial Aid - Liberal for quialified international students
Scholarship opportunities - Very good, if you have a lot of international experience and good GMAT
Interview - selective
GMAT - 600 - 750 range, average around 650Level