Why did you choose Harvard?

Why did you choose Harvard?

Harvard students have access to courses, research institutes, and faculty mentors from all parts of Harvard. With world-renowned faculty, state-of-the-art resources, and individualized instruction, it’s the perfect place to pursue your favorite and still-to-be-discovered academic interests.

What is the difference between Harvard and Harvard?

Harvard University. The primary distinction between the two is that Harvard College enrolls undergraduates—awarding Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees—while students who matriculate at Harvard University already hold a degree and are pursuing advanced training in a master’s or doctoral program.

Why do you want to go to Harvard?

They help friends or even strangers with homework, value physical and mental health over grades, and like to have fun. In short, Harvard students are just like any other college students, which is why I chose Harvard. If you don’t believe me, check out some pictures from my time here so far!

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Is Harvard the right fit for me?

Before applying to Harvard I’d done plenty of research on the school academically and knew that, in that regard, it was the right fit for me. A lover of language learning and particularly my high school Spanish classes, I was enamored of the Romance Languages and Literatures department (now half of my joint concentration).

How hard is it to choose a concentration at Harvard University?

Harvard is a liberal arts college, so you won’t need to decide what you want to study for a little bit, and you’ll be exposed to a bunch of different fields of study. Choosing a concentration is tough, but there are so many good choices that you can’t go wrong.

How do I write the “why Harvard” essay?

Writing the “why Harvard” essay is similar to answering any “why this school” essay: no one can tell you why to choose a school but you.