A member of the elite US group of Ivy League Schools, Harvard University is the oldest American University that was established in 1636. The university's original name was "New College," and its primary mission was to educate clerics. The school was renamed Harvard University in 1639, after the Rev. John Harvard. Today, the University is considered to be the world’s most coveted and most competitive school to attend. Harvard has nearly 4 centuries of history of academic and intellectual excellence, in which it has produced Nobel Prize winners, Rhodes Scholars, Pulitzer prize-winners, Academy award recipients and so on. Being at Harvard, a student will have access to world-renowned Professors and unparalleled academic learning - the world is your opportunity at Harvard. Academically affiliated with the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts (AICUM) and the Association of American Universities (AAU). Harvard is also one of the space-grant universities in the USA. A world-leading University with the highest endowment value, Harvard ranks #=2 in THE World University Rankings, #5 in QS World University Rankings and #1 in USN Best Global Universities for 2022.

History of Harvard University

Harvard University is an ecosystem of innovative research that has created a global impact. From literary masterpieces to innovation in science and technology, Harvard University has produced an impactful body of research across Business, Sciences, Literature, Law and so on. The university had limited faculty, but the professors were well-known as some of the most knowledgeable individuals of the time. Harvard incorporated medical studies into its curriculum in 1782. During the 19th century, the university introduced new programmes, including the law in 1816 and divinity in 1817. Harvard University has undergone significant alterations and adjustments in the 21st century. Harvard is putting a premium on study abroad programmes, with a variety of options for students to learn in different places. Harvard University has a massive alumni network of 400,000+ graduates worldwide, which comprises 48 Nobel Laureates, 32 Heads of State, 48 Pulitzer Prize winners, Academy Award recipients, best-selling authors, celebrated actors, CEOs of corporate heavyweights, intellectuals and scholars and more. Some of Harvard’s notable alumni include - John F. Kennedy (35th President of the United States), Mark Zuckerberg (CEO and Co-founder of Facebook), Natalie Portman (Academy Award-winning Israeli-American Actress), W.E.B. DuBois (American Sociologist and Writer), Margaret Atwood (Canadian Novelist, Poet, and the Writer of “The Handmaid’s Tale”), Sheryl Sandberg (Chief Operating Officer at Facebook) among others.

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