Study abroad at Northeastern University
Northeastern University (NU) is a global, research-led, private university based in Boston, USA. The University offers global pathway programs that give international students routes to more than 50 graduate programs in eight NU academic schools.
International students studying on pathway programs can make use of all NU’s academic facilities and health centers, and join any of the University’s sports clubs and associations. The University’s 73-acre campus includes three state-of-the-art sports centers, and is within walking distance of the fashionable Back Bay area.
Northeastern is known for the quality of its teaching and ranks as one of the best universities in the US. It is a top-tier research institution under the Carnegie Classification, and receives generous funding awards. You can conduct research alongside scholars and faculty as they solve global challenges in health, security, and sustainability.
Why study at NU?
- International community
NU has the 3rd largest number of international students in the US (Institute of International Education, 2018)
- Top 50 in the USA
Northeastern is ranked in the top 50 universities in the US (U.S. News Education, 2019)
- Student-staff ratio
NU has a student-staff ratio of just 14:1
Life as an international student
Northeastern University has the third largest number of international students in the USA, which means you’ll be part of a multicultural community with many resources to help you during your time at NU.
The University’s global pathway programs are a great way to acclimatize to US college life and improve your English language skills before joining a graduate program. You will benefit from dedicated international student support during your time at NU, and small class sizes can help you build your confidence.
You can access support services including academic and career advising, housing advice and guidance, and cultural events and social activities. There is also an international tutoring center for English language instruction, and your first week orientation will include campus and city tours, plus help opening a bank account, and advice on settling in.
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Fees and funding
- Global Pathways
US$15,200 (4 months)
- Tuition fee ranges from US$16,155 - $48,000 / year
360 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115, United States
The Northeastern network extends to five campuses—each with a global reach. The campuses are located in innovation hubs and offer select master’s degrees and graduate certificates aligned with the workforce needs of the region.
Visa requirements for Northeastern University
Many international students will require a visa to study in the US, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.USA student visa requirements