Northeastern University

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THE World University Rankings 2022
801-1000
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342 nd
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Price: 2663 EUR 2663 EUR
Contact 360 Huntington Ave, Boston, Massachusetts, 02115, United States

Description

Founded in 1898, Northeastern University describes itself as a “global, experiential, research university built on a tradition of engagement with the world.”

The private institution has its main campus in the Fenway, Roxbury and Back Bay areas of Boston, Massachusetts, but has satellite campuses in other parts of the state.

Its reach is not limited to New England however, and Northeastern has graduate campuses in Charlotte, North Carolina, Seattle, Silicon Valley, and Toronto.

It caters for over 24,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students who study under the Latin motto:Lux, Veritas, Virtus(Light, Truth, Courage).

The institution places great importance on global engagement and offers students learning opportunities with over 3000 partners in seven continents.

Faculty members regularly collaborate on research with colleagues on the other side of the world, and Northeastern alumni, trained as global, engaged citizens during their time at the university, are making their mark in 186 countries.

Northeastern has a proud sporting heritage, offering 18 varsity sports, 43 club sports, and 32 intramural sports – all playing under the Northeastern Huskies moniker.

The university has produced a wide-ranging list of notable alumni from a wide range of professional industries. Richard Egan and Roger Marino, co-founders of multinational EMC Corporation graduated from Northeastern in 1961. Jeff Clarke the CEO of Kodak took his MBA at the university.

Specific details

Category of Education Business and Economics, Technology and Engineering, Computer Sciense, IT and Communication, Physical Science, Education, Psychology, Social Science, Arts and Humanities

Location

United States of America
360 Huntington Ave, Boston, Massachusetts, 02115, United States

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I found most diverse culture in this college and great career prospect learning especially their Co-op program(experiential learning). Also, they have provided great student life on their campus and part time opportunities in boston campus.

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One of the best around, great location right in the heart of Boston. Opportunities to learn and gain valuable experience via the coop program. This is a great place to network with a large population of international students combined with many...

One of the best around, great location right in the heart of Boston. Opportunities to learn and gain valuable experience via the coop program. This is a great place to network with a large population of international students combined with many future leaders of various industries starting out here.

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Suha
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Yes! It focuses on outside the classroom experiences, integrates classes really well into co-ops and you can get upto a 1.5 year work experience on your resume during your Undergrad! It is extremely competitive, classes are difficult and the...

Yes! It focuses on outside the classroom experiences, integrates classes really well into co-ops and you can get upto a 1.5 year work experience on your resume during your Undergrad! It is extremely competitive, classes are difficult and the caliber is really high

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The co-op program wasbmy primary reason to choose Northeastern and they delivered. The amazing campus doesn't let me forget the University ! I still go to the campus to play and hang around. The University is right in the heart of Boston !!

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Zinaida
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Awesome facilities. Looks like a college from American movies. Really great opportunities to move from one degree to another, counting credits. Not really many classes, but homeworks take all the time!

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