Welcome to Suffolk University
Suffolk University, settled in vibrant and diverse Boston, makes the city of opportunity as its classroom. Internships with major US and global organizations are around the corner from your dorm room, and you just might find yourself networking with future mentors while standing in line for your morning coffee. With an emphasis on student-centric and experiential learning, international students like you can dive into field work and research opportunities early on in your studies. Historic Beacon Hill blends in with the surrounding downtown area, which means your academic program is tied to your professional pursuits. Launch your international education with a degree program that sets you up for career success.
- 5th largest percentage of international students among US institutions (U.S. News & World Report 2018).
- Best College and Business Programs (The Princeton Review 2018).
- 7,288 students with 1,353 international students from 100+ countries .
About Suffolk University
With more than 100 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs of study, students can pursue their passions and earn a degree from a nationally-respected institution. Campus is situated in the heart of downtown Boston, a dynamic city for a number of industries – business, media, technology, healthcare, finance, pharmaceutical, biotech and government. Students also have access to a surplus of experiential opportunities, internships and volunteer programs.
A quality education in the center of Boston
At Suffolk University there are no boundaries. With more than 100 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs of study, students can pursue their passions and earn a degree from a nationally-respected institution. Every program at Suffolk is designed to ensure you get the very best education to help you achieve your career goals.
Because of Suffolk’s location, students also have access to a surplus of experiential opportunities, internships and volunteer programs. Within one year of receiving their College of Arts & Sciences and/or Sawyer Business School degree, 95% of undergraduates and 97% of graduates are employed.
An outstanding university to call home
Choice is good, and at Suffolk, you’ll have a lot of it where is counts most: in your academic options. In the classroom, undergraduates benefit from a 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio and 22-person class sizes. Around campus, students can get involved in the over 80 clubs and organizations available or participate in school spirit by attending university sporting events. Outside of the classroom, Suffolk students are also dedicated to serving theit community and have logged more than 30,000 hours of community service in the last year. As a Suffolk graduate, you’ll be joining a network of alumni who live and work in 137 countries.