Harvard has a huge number of interesting study programs for foreign students. The university consists of 13 departments:
- Institute of Theology
- School of Law
- Business School
- Graduate School of Design
- Higher School of Pedagogical Sciences
- Institute of Public Health
- Faculty of Arts and Sciences
- Medical School
- School of Dentistry
- Institute of Public Administration.
It also includes 7 faculties. For example, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences includes:
- Harvard College
- Department of Postgraduate Education.
- Summer School
- Postgraduate Studies in Arts and Sciences
- Harvard Institute of Theology
- John F. Kennedy Institute of Administration
- Postgraduate Studies in Pedagogical Sciences
- Postgraduate Studies in Design.
Programs worth considering:
- Humanities and social disciplines: psychology, philosophy, political science, history, sociology
- Medicine and Healthcare
- Law, Business and Economics
- Fine arts
- Engineering and Computer Science.
The most popular courses:
- Economics, management
- Social sciences, sociology
- Psychology, English, history
- History and literature
- Neuroscience, molecular and cellular biology.
A little less popular, but very interesting and relevant are the following educational areas:
- Earth and Planetary Science
- African and African American Studies
- Folklore and mythology
- Astronomy and astrophysics
- Slavic and Germanic languages.
- Business Administration
- Theological Studies
- Legislation, law
- Immunology, medical exercises, clinical research, ambulance
- Biomedical technologies, safety, medical service
- Architecture, spatiality, urban studies
- Anthropology, engineering.
- English in Education: History, Music, Pedagogy
- Physics, higher mathematics, psychology, political science, economics
- Leadership, state system
- Biological sciences, biostatistics, population.
Other sought-after specialties at Harvard University:
- Applied mathematics
- Astrophysics, bioengineering
- Chemical and physical biology
- Computer Science and Computer Science
- East Asian Studies
- Economics and Engineering
- Environmental Science and Public Policy
- Government, history and literature
- History of art and architecture
- Biology of human development and regeneration
- Evolutionary biology of man
- Linguistics, literature
- Molecular and Cellular Biology
- Middle Eastern languages and civilizations
- Organism and Evolutionary Biology
- Religion, comparative study.