These are the available Study levels for this Institution and the pathways Lu Gold EDC secures your admission for these study levels. Please note Direct Entry indicates a direct partnership Lu Gold EDC has with the Institution.
- 1Undergraduate Degree
- 2Postgraduate Degree
Western Reserve College was founded in 1826 in Hudson, Ohio, about 30 miles southeast of Cleveland. The college—the first in northern Ohio—took its name from the surrounding region (known at that time as the Western Reserve of Connecticut) and emphasized standards, such as the classics, in its curriculum. Yet it stood out in the mid- and late-19th century as one of only a few institutions that sought innovation and embraced the sciences. By 1887, the college had begun hiring forward-thinking scientists, including Edward E. Morley, best known for his collaboration with fellow professor Albert Michelson on the Michelson-Morley Experiment, which inspired Albert Einstein's work in relativity.
Across our eight schools and colleges, Case Western Reserve offers nearly 95 undergraduate degree choices, about 135 graduate and professional options, and almost 140 dual-degree programs. Plus, we have more than 100 interdisciplinary academic and research centers and institutes that can provide you with just about any program of study and discovery you can imagine.
Our graduates have launched companies; won Nobel Prizes; reformed politics and social justice; transformed the ways we watch movies, pound pavement, and protect computers; and myriad other accomplishments.
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The Western Reserve University has several scholarships available to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students.
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