Suffolk University, settled in vibrant and diverse Boston, makes the city of opportunity 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 fieldwork 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.
As a prestigious private institution, Suffolk University offers the resources of a major college while providing small class sizes for a personalized educational experience.
Whether you’re eligible to apply for direct entry or require some additional preparation before your degree, we offer several routes to admission. With more than 60 areas of study to choose from, our students find subjects they are passionate about, and that lead to rich career opportunities.
With over 80 student clubs and organizations, 13 NCAA Division III Athletic Teams, and more than a dozen cultural-affinity groups on campus, students will have plenty of ways to get involved. Around the city, students have access to some of the nation’s best restaurants, museums, historical sites, internship opportunities, and Fortune 500 companies.
Suffolk offers several options for accommodation. If you want to live on campus in central Boston, our Beacon Hill residence halls are a great choice—and close to classes.
Student residences at Suffolk
On-campus residence halls
Off-campus apartment option
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