Prospective Graduate Students
The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) offers an unparalleled opportunity to be part of an excellent engineering school inside of one of the world’s foremost research universities.
Moreover, undergraduates enjoy the intellectual energy of a liberal arts college where they can engage in scholarship spanning the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, and gain an understanding of societal issues through the University’s professional schools.
With such breadth and depth, students can tackle the complex, multidisciplinary global challenges of the 21st century.
Engineering with a Liberal Arts Twist: Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences spurs innovation, solves problems
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How to Apply
The key dates for the standard application process for Harvard College:
December 1 - Evaluation process begins
January 1 - Final deadline (postmark) for applications
Early April - Decision letters mailed
May 1 - Reply date for admitted students
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