Reports and Research
Institutional Research and Assessment releases reports aligned with the goals of continuous, comprehensive self-evaluation and improvement. An overview of recent research projects and full reports are available below. For information about reports that are not listed below, please contact us.
Peer Comparison Report
Every two years, a peer comparison report compares Berklee to a selected group of peer schools on a variety of the most recent data publically available from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) data center. Comparisons are made to institutions with a similar focus on music and/or art education. The peer comparison report benchmarks Berklee to peer schools using concrete data points on enrollment, retention and graduation, admissions and selectivity, faculty, endowment, tuition, and financial aid.
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Berklee Articulation Agreement Student Statistics
Through credit-transfer agreements (CTA), the curricular alignment between Berklee and select academic partners allows students to transfer specific courses taken at the partner institution to Berklee in order to complete their program of study. In summer 2018, an analysis shows academic success of students attending Berklee from partner schools with credit-transfer agreements.
Berklee India Exchange Participant Analysis
The Berklee Indian Ensemble was founded in 2011 with the goal of providing an open and inclusive creative space for musicians from all over the world to explore, study, interpret, and create music influenced by the rich and varied mosaic that is Indian music today. From spring 2011 to spring 2018, 284 Berklee students have participated in the Berklee Indian Ensemble or Berklee India Exchange. This report includes demographic data such as sex and ethnicity; programmatic data such as principal instrument, major, and minor; and student success data such as cumulative grade point average and graduation rates.
Berklee First Year Abroad First Year Outcomes
Berklee’s First Year Abroad (FYA) program was introduced in 2017, allowing students the option of spending their first two semesters studying at Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain. This program was evaluated at the end of the first year, finding that students had comparable academic success to their Boston peers.