Brown University


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Brown University combines an adventurous spirit of innovation with a steadfast commitment
to rigorously high standards in education and research. This has given Brown University
its reputation as the least 'stuffy,' most non-conformist of the Ivy League schools.
Brown believes that students learn best when they are motivated by their own interests
and values. It strives to give its students the opportunity to design an educational experience
uniquely suited to their interests. Undergraduates can choose from one hundred
established degree concentrations ranging from neurology to Egyptology or design their
own programs. Graduate students can choose from 50 different programs, ranging from multidisciplinary
programs in the arts and humanities to highly-focused programs in engineering, biology, and medicine.
Brown University's Medical School is particularly noted for offering a unique Program in Liberal
Medical Education. This is an eight-year-long program that combines undergraduate and professional
study, and has the aim of producing physicians who combine a commitment to medical practice
with a broad and humanistic understanding of the world. It is both highly regarded and
highly competitive. The School usually receives over twenty applications for each class space
available. The key thing to understand about Brown University
is that it asks its students to take center stage in the learning experience. Brown expects
its students to be active participants in their own education, and to actively seek
knowledge across disciplinary boundaries as well as to acquire the fundamental knowledge
and analytical skills needed for success in their chosen fields. This makes for an exciting
and profoundly satisfying educational experience, especially for students with confidence, intellectual
curiosity, and focus. However, it's also one that might be overwhelming for students who
prefer more academic structure and direction. Brown supports its students – faculty and
staff are available to give students advice, guidance, and feedback on their educational
choices – but its program inherently demands a great degree of initiative and self-direction.
The Brown educational experience truly is different from what many other U.S. institutions
offer. Potential students (undergraduates especially) should give this aspect of Brown
careful thought as they consider whether to apply to the university.
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