Brown's home for more than two centuries, Providence, Rhode Island, is a bustling place to live, work, and study, a fascinating hub for innovation, and a city rich in cultural diversity. Today's gorgeous campus is made up of 230 buildings spread across 150 acres within walking distance of downtown Providence and close to the bustling Thayer Street, Wickenden Street, and Wayland Square, where students and locals mingle amid ample shopping, dining, and entertainment. It is characterized as an University-College – a large research university with undergraduate education centred in the College with students and faculty working together throughout the College, departments, and schools at all levels. It has over 2000 undergraduate and 80 graduate programmes to choose from. The university's colleges include the Graduate School, Warren Alpert Medical School, School of Engineering, School of Public Health, and School of Professional Studies.

History of Brown University

Brown University became the third college in New England and the sixth in Colonial America when it was established in 1764. Brown was the first Ivy League institution to admit students of all religious backgrounds, demonstrating the inclusiveness that still characterizes Brown today. Originally known as the College of Rhode Island, Brown University moved to its current location on College Hill overlooking Providence in 1770 and was renamed in 1804. The university received its accreditation from New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) formerly the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). It has academic affiliation with Association of American Universities (AAU), Universities Research Association (URA), National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), 568 Group and Space-grant. Brown University secured the ranking of #60 in QS World University Rankings. U.S. News and World Report ranked the University at #14 in National Universities (tie), #3 in Best Colleges for Veterans and #4 in Best Undergraduate Teaching. The Times Higher Education positioned the university at #64 in the World University Rankings.

Top Programs

Exams Required

# Exams Accepted Minimum Score Required
PTE 60

Estimated Costs

# Monthly Expenses Costs
Average Tution AUD 32800





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