Harvard University : Facts and Figures

Harvard is one of the oldest education providers, founded in 1636 by the Order of Massachusetts General Court in the name of first donor to the establishment fund, John Harvard, who donated his half of his wealth for the love of education.

This beautiful education elite is located in Cambridge, very close to Boston. 200 acres of land is filled with world’s most talented 22000 students. The edu-giant has a wide collection of wise faculty staff counting almost 3000 including more than 1300 international members.

More than 5000 international students take education from this guru in under graduate and post graduate level. In post graduate education almost 85% students are foreign.

Harvard University
University Highlights
World Rank3
LocationCambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Year of Establishment1636
FounderJohn Havard
Institute TypePrivate
Average Annual Tuition Fees (USD)45K-65K
Research OutputVery High
Total Area of Campus209 acres
Total Students22,727
Total Faculty Members4,542
Requirements for AdmissionTOEFL, IELTS, SAT, GRE, GMAT
Autumn features of the Widener Library. Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff Photographer.

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