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Pratt is a private graduate school in Brooklyn, New York in the New York City Area. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 1,390 graduate students. The 20 graduate programs at Pratt Institute are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at Pratt Institute are Design and Visual Communications, Building Science and Technology, and Urban, Community and Regional Planning. 16% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
200 Willoughby Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205

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Pratt changed my life. It's beyond the best school ever. I could won a lot of competitions under my professor's instruction. During school years I could have so many chances working in various companies located in Manhattan which is the center of the world! After graduation, I got a job in Manhattan. Now I am a creative director in New York. I love Pratt so much and appreciate everything from Pratt.
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Leonel is the SES department head and he's been great to me! I moved all the way from CA on a partial scholarship and have been welcomed with open and helping arms. I have a few semesters left and plan on staying in Brooklyn for work!
At Pratt, opportunities to challenge ideas and explore new potentials are overflowing. I first became interested in Pratt when I saw their groundbreaking work in creating the first graduate program in Museums and Digital Culture in the world. I knew immediately that I wanted to be able to say I was part of something this fundamental in the future of our museums and libraries. It wasn't until the end of my first semester when we had elected a new president of the United States that I realized how important it was that I was in school, and not just any school, but that I was at Pratt. Right there and then, my mission expanded into a call to action through my education and to arm myself with the power to protect the voices and the communities of museums and libraries. The professionals who have supported the academics at Pratt were also there to provide that support to those students who were ready for the fight.