Find courses at Harvard University

Bachelors In Philosophy

  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Eligibility - IELTS : 6
  • Fee - INR 31.95 Lakhs

Bachelors Of Arts In Computer Science

  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Eligibility - IELTS : 6
  • Fee - INR 31.95 Lakhs

Master Of Science In Electrical Engineering

  • Duration - 2 Years
  • Eligibility - TOEFL : 80
  • Fee - INR 27.30 Lakhs

Masters In Computer Science

  • Duration - 2 Years
  • Eligibility - TOEFL : 80
  • Fee - INR 32.31 Lakhs


  • Duration - 2 Years
  • Eligibility - IELTS : 6
  • Fee - INR 46.99 Lakhs

University highlights

Harvard University has delivered excellence in teaching, learning, and research, as well as in developing leaders in many disciplines that contribute to the world. The University, which is headquartered in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts, employs more than 20,000 applicants, including undergraduate, graduate and professional students. At Harvard, there are more than 360,000 elders in the world.

Harvard at a glance

The faculty of Harvard engaged in teaching and research to promote the limits of human knowledge. For students who are thrilled to explore the biggest challenges of the 21st century, Harvard offers an unmatched student experience and generous financial assistance program, with more than 60% of US dollars allocated to more than 60% of our students. The University has twelve schools that offer grants, in addition to the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, offering truly global education.


  • Harvard University has about 22,000 students through colleges, graduates and professional schools located in Cambridge and Boston. When people refer to Harvard students, they often refer to the subset of about 6,700 students attending Harvard College. Students arrive every year at the end of August.
  • The diverse student population of Harvard College makes it difficult to describe the typical student and even more difficult to describe the quintessence of the Harvard student experience. Students come from 50 states and more than 80 countries. Towns, suburbs, small towns and farms; Public, private and parochial schools; of all ethnic and religious circles; and the entire economic spectrum. Based on a long-standing tradition and an extensive financial assistance program, Harvard is committed to making educational opportunities available to all, with more than 60% of the undergraduate population receiving financial assistance.
  • With over 400 official student organizations, including extracurricular opportunities, co-curricular and sports, in addition to the university, Harvard students are active inside and outside the campus. Whether at Harvard Stadium playing field or clapping on The Harvard Crimson, volunteering through organizations like PBHA, promote entrepreneurial activities in the Harvard Innovation Lab, write or edit in The Harvard Crimson and The Harvard Lampoon or search in one of the many laboratories, Harvard students continue to learn - and constantly busy!

Demographics for the class of 2016:
17% come from New England
22% come from the middle Atlantic
19% come from the South
10% come from the Midwest
21% come from the States of the West and the Mountain
11% are international or US territories

Harvard College is committed to making university education affordable for all students admitted.


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