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Degree: Ecology, Evolution, Systematics and Population Biology, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

It's a really good school with too much to offer. Therefore people who get the most out of the school are those who have a set of skills they are seeking to get. I noticed that although work experience is not a requirement for admission, previous work experience is very helpful. There are also several versions of the degree so take your time to find one that is tailored to your need. Reach out! Reach out! Reach out!. The students are exceptionally helpful and the staff so ask questions via email .

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Degree: Economics
Graduation Year: 2015

Harvard was a very useful and instrumental stepping stone in furthering my academic and career goals. My degree afforded me the ability to get a job in my field of study immediately upon graduation. The relationships I was able to perform with professors and students have aided me both academically and socially as I move forward with both my career and studies.

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Degree: Aerospace Engineering
Graduation Year: 2007

Amazing time. Recommend it to any future students. Great life lessons and put me in a good spot in life.

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Degree: Physics
Graduation Year: 2010

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.

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Degree: Agriculture
Graduation Year: 2012

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.

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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 1978

A degree from this school helped me get into medical school. After that point, I am not sure if it effected my career.

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