The Most Unique Post-Seconday Schools in the World (Day 1)-Harvard University

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Beginning today(August 1st, 2021), I'm sharing a myTake each day of the month of August to celebrate going back to school. The schools in my takes will be unique in some way, shape, or form. That's all there is to it, so let's begin.

Harvard University

The Most Unique Post-seconday Schools in the World (Day 1)-Harvard University

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts(United States of America

Type of School: Private University

Number of Students going in the 2021-2022 Academic Year: 21,261.

Worst Ranking: Electrical and Electronic Engineering(#146 in the world).

What makes Harvard University so unique?

It's simple-According to virtually all college rankings, Harvard has been ranked the number one college in the world via academics for several years now.

Harvard University Founded in 1636. Harvard University is the oldest higher education institution in the United States of America(USA). The bulk of Harvard's students study at the graduate level and more than 20 percent of the student body is international. Harvard also has facilities such as the Harvard Medical School based in the nearby city of Boston, Massachusetts. The university has the largest endowment of any school in the world. Harvard research takes place across a range of disciplines in more than 100 centers.

The university is made up of the undergraduate college, as well as 11 other degree-granting institutions including the highly ranked Business School, Graduate School of Education, Law School and the John F. Kennedy School of Government. The medical school is affiliated with several teaching hospitals, including Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. For Harvard undergraduates, the most popular majors include social sciences, biology/biological sciences, history, math and psychology. The university’s academic calendar is semester-based and English is the most common language of instruction. Most undergraduate students live on campus for all four years, first residing around the Harvard Yard at the center of campus as freshmen and then in one of 12 undergraduate houses for the duration of their studies. Some university housing is available for graduate students. The Harvard Library is the largest academic library in the world, boasting around 19 million volumes at its more than 70 libraries.
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Biggest Challenge?: One world-Diversity. The university has attempted to make an effort to diversify the student population, but even in the 2020s, the university is still primarily made up of wealthy Christian Caucasian students. They are always looking for new ways to improve reaching out to different religions(or lack thereof), races, socioeconomic classes, and a mixture of cultures in general.

The Most Unique Post-seconday Schools in the World (Day 1)-Harvard University
The Most Unique Post-Seconday Schools in the World (Day 1)-Harvard University
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  • Bee-Hatch
    How is this a my take? You just seem to be regurgitating facts rather than offering opinion.
    • It's my opinion because I'm considering it a unique school. Some people may not feel Harvard University is unique.

    • Bee-Hatch

      No I think the information you're presenting isn't unique. There's no real opinion or thought here just a big batch of cut and paste facts.

  • zagor
    White students are like 52%. That is hardly an overwhelming majority. Especially since the US population is about 65% white.
    • I read a statistic that said Harvard was over 80 percent "white". It could be wrong, but given it's in the New England Region, I wouldn't be surprised.

    • zagor

      That was likely 10 years ago or more

    • Interesting. I wasn't aware of that.

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