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  3. Programs - Harvard University

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    Explore Programs Available at Harvard. Browse the graduate and undergraduate degrees offered by Harvard's 13 Schools and learn more about admissions requirements, scholarship, and financial aid opportunities. We also offer executive education, certificate programs, and online courses for professional and lifelong learners. Undergraduate. Graduate. Methods of Delivery.

  4. About Harvard University

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    Academic offerings for many kinds of learners. Harvard has 12 degree-granting Schools and the Harvard Radcliffe Institute. We also offer countless non-degree opportunities for professional and lifelong learners, including executive education, continuing education, and online courses.

  5. Harvard College | Harvard

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    With world-class faculty, groundbreaking research opportunities, and a commitment to a diverse environment of bright, talented students, Harvard is more than just a place to get an education—it's where students come to be transformed

  6. Admissions | Harvard College

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    Harvard University is committed to the highest standard of ethics and conduct, and financial aid staff are bound to the conflict of interest and commitment policies applicable to all Harvard employees. Harvard has adopted a Code of Conduct relating to educational loan programs.

  7. Academics - Harvard University

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    Harvard Schools. When you come to Harvard, either to pursue an undergraduate liberal arts concentration from Harvard College or to join one of our 12 graduate and professional Schools, you become part of our legacy of impactful scholarship and cutting-edge research. Learn more about our Schools.

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  9. Harvard University - Wikipedia

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    Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1636 as Harvard College and named for its first benefactor, the Puritan clergyman John Harvard, it is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States and one of the most prestigious and highly ranked universities in the world.

  10. Free Courses | Harvard University

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    Browse the latest free online courses from Harvard University, including "CS50's Introduction to Game Development" and "PredictionX: Lost Without Longitude." Free Courses | Harvard University Skip to main content

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