Brandeis University - Rankings

Brandeis University is a leading private research university in the United States. In 1985, Brandeis was elected to membership in the Association of American Universities.

The University has the following Schools and Colleges: College of Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate); Brandeis International Business School; Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; Heller School for Social Policy and Management; Rabb School of Continuing Studies.

The Princeton Review has named Brandeis one of "81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement" for its record of having excellent service-learning programs and blending academics with community work.

University Rankings:

- Brandeis University is ranked 31st among Tier 1 National Universities by US News & World Report 2012.

- Ranked 180th in the world for Arts & Humanities (QS World University Rankings™ 2009).

- Rated 30th among all national universities and liberal arts colleges combined and among the top 15 national research universities in 2009 (Forbes).

- 40th nationally in the US News ranking of Top Mathematics Schools 2009.

- 80th among World's Top 100 Full-time MBA Programs (Economist Intelligence Unit 2009).

- Placed among the world's top 200 institutions, ranked 185th globally in the Times Higher Education - QS World University Rankings 2008.

- 18th among Top 50 Values in Private Universities by Kiplinger.com (2008).

- Placed among the top 25 national universities in the country, according to the Center for College Affordability & Productivity (CCAP), an independent, not-for-profit center based in Washington, D.C. The rankings were based on a number of criteria, including student evaluations of professors, graduation rates, percentage of students winning prestigious academic awards and travel grants and professional achievement of alumni.

- 68th in the US News ranking of Best Graduate Chemistry Programs 2008.

- 27th among Top American Private Research Universities by The Center for Measuring University Performance (2008).

- 17th in the NRC Ranking of Top US universities in Cell Biology 2007.