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年麻省综合法庭成立,哈佛是美国最古老的高等教育学术机构。即使当时只有一个班,但现在成长极受尊敬的学府,拥有超过18000位学生和2000名以上的专业人才,并培养出多名诺贝尔奖得主。哈佛的主要学区也是这个城市的主要观光景点。一亿一千万元的捐赠 (研究机构的收入大半来自捐赠) ,这所大学可说是这城市最富有资产。哈佛凭着最原始的课程:欧洲大学的教育,以及美洲殖民地清教徒的规范。

Founded by the General Court of Massachusetts in 1636, Harvard is America's oldest institution of higher learning. Since its days as a single classroom, it has grown into a highly regarded university with more than 18,000 students and 2,000 faculty members, including numerous Nobel Prize winners. Harvard's main campus is also one of the country's most scenic. With an endowment (the part of an institution's income derived from donations) of $11 billion, the university is the country's wealthiest. Harvard based its original curriculum on the classics taught in European universities and on the Puritanism preached in the American colonies.

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