Harvard University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (13)
I loved Harvard. Its is beautiful. Best school ever. The teachers are nice and mean. But the food is the best. Its is cool and fun the stores are nice but if you can get over a 2000 on sat you have an okay chance. I got a 2700. Good luck in Harvard. GREAT SCHOOL
Harvard was a fantastic place to meet other students who are passionate and committed to what they do and what they care about. Those relationships remain the best in my life, and push me to new levels in my own work. The institution itself is relatively hands-off, however, meaning little direct mentorship and/or close relationships with professors.
It is the best school in the country. Something for everyone -- if you don't like it, you're doing it wrong. Extremely interesting and rewarding classes, great location, housing setup is amazing. Can't speak highly enough of the College.
Amazing time. Recommend it to any future students. Great life lessons and put me in a good spot in life.
Awe-inspiring, disconnected from reality, occupies its own bubble, open doors for official students, over-run by tourists, elitist, little sense of community,historic, urban, incredible resources for all things
Its a great school. I am glad I went here and do not regret it.
It is great feeling telling you about my college, I love Harvard and I like my teachers there, I will do my master degree also there in Physics, hope you find your self there.
It's the best college in the world. It has the best library, the most generous financial aid packages, and it attracts the most talented students from the country. Second to none. I loved and love Harvard.
Harvard really is, a place for aspiring souls, but, not everyone who set foot on the institute ever steps out carrying a diploma with his or her name written on it.Truth be told, some of these students are those who are less fortunate in the society, well, in terms of money. College in Harvard means gold for some, while just a couple of dollars for the rich.Professors too, tend to rely too much on the students "assumed" capabilities. In fact, "self study" signs in the profs' boards are quite common, while the professors waste time somewhere, just sucking money from the their undeserved pay. But, having the pressure in such institute of education has its own edge, despite of criticism, stress, and all the undertakings in life.Besides, a gold that's not put in fire doesn't shine like a jewel.
Harvard is great in that there is so much support for students. There are tons of grants for student and as Harvard has connections to institutions all over the world, you will be able to pursue whatever you passion may be. In terms of academics, Harvard has amazing professors. They are the top of their field in the world. While not all professors are willing to mentor students, you can find those who are truly passionate in teaching and mentoring. All you have to do is seek them out. I loved studying regenerative biology and was mentored by Dr. D M, one of the greatest mentors in Harvard. All the students are unique, have great life experiences, and have something to offer you. You might end up learning more from your own colleagues.