Brown University
Brown University is the seventh-oldest research higher education institution in the United States. It is a private institution founded in 1764 in Providence, Rhode Island. Some of the most popular majors at Brown University are Engineering, General, Biology/Biological Sciences, General, Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies, Econometrics and Quantitative Economics, and Computer Science. In addition, the average freshman retention rate, which is a measure of student happiness, is 98 percent.

Cost of attendance

The cost to attend Brown University is approximately 63 lakhs including tuition fees of 47.71 lakhs and cost of living in USA 7.13 lakhs. 


The university provides on-campus housing to all students in a range of styles and services a thriving, varied community. It has a number of residence halls, including 111 Brown Street, Morris Halls, and Champlin Hall, among others. Halls provide a safe, comfortable, and well-maintained residential environment in an academically enriching setting. The dining system offers students a variety of selections and hours, as well as customizable meal plans. The cost of on-campus housing is approximately $9,420, and the meal plan is $5,912. The majority of the housing options are near Johnson & Wales University or Brown University. The average price for a room without a utility is $700/Br per month, and the price for a room with a utility is $850/Br per month. Central air conditioning, in-unit laundry, cooking gas, granite countertops, and 24-hour security are among the amenities.

Acceptance rate

The total number of students enrolled at the university are 10257. In fact, about 15 percent of our students come from abroad. The acceptance rate of the university is 8.1%.


Brown University's main campus is in College Hill, which is located in Eastern Providence. There are over 200 buildings on campus, including the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship, libraries, research centres, laboratories, residential buildings, administrative buildings, and so on. Brown collaborates with high-stakes organisations, schools, civic and non-governmental organisations, and businesses to promote research innovation and advancement. The university community is made up of students from 63 different countries who speak 69 different languages. There are 34 Division 1 athletic teams, 34 club athletic teams, and 20 intramural athletic teams. Swearer Center community engagement programmes engage over 1,200 students each year. Bicycles, shuttle buses, carpooling, Zipcar, and other transportation options are available on campus to help students get around.


Every 10 years, Brown undergoes a process of reaccreditation by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) formerly the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

Jobs and Placement

CareerLAB, the Center for Careers and Life after Brown, is available to students to help them develop a career path that will lead to a successful life after graduation. According to PayScale, the average salary for a university graduate is $82,000 USD. Amazon, Silicon Valley Bank, Barclays, PUMA Group, The Boeing Company, Apples, and other well-known employers for Brown graduates include:

QS Ranking

#60 in QS Global World Rankings in 2022

The Ranking

#64 in the list of World University Rankings in 2022 by Times Higher Education

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