360 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115
Northeastern University is a private university located in Boston, MA. It is a highly respected and really selective college ranking 35th in the country and admitting 19% of applicants. It is a big university with full-time enrollment of 13,096 undergrads. Northeastern's most favored major is a Bachelor's degree in Business, which makes up 22% of students. Other routinely chosen focuses include Economics, which accounts for 6% of students, and Mechanical Engineering (6%). It ranks second in the country for both its health care management and pharmacy programs, and first in Massachusetts for its nursing, pharmacy, and communications programs. Furthermore, Northeastern University places 2nd in MA for best college locations. Tuition costs $48,945 annually for students not receiving aid, however, a smidge above 3 quarters of Northeastern students obtain at least some monetary aid. 89% of Northeastern University undergraduates wind up their learning with a diploma, geared up to join the workforce. A couple years after receiving their diplomas, alumni earn an average income of $54,400. After an additional four years on the job, the graduate's average yearly salary increases 23.9% to $67,400, which is 68.1% over the national median. You might also want to find that close to40% of applicants submit their SAT scores. Further, Northeastern does not have evening degree programs, and 65% of the classes offered are small seminars, with only 2 to 19 students. With regard for your checkbook, be aware that on average, students receive $31,978 a year in aid and 11% of undergraduates get financial aid through federal grants. Its student life rating on School Authority is 10 and overall, Northeastern received a 9.46. Regarding the student experience, on-campus housing is available. In closing, one in four graduates take home $92,700 or more, six years after receiving their degrees and the highest-earning 1/4th of graduates make a starting salary of $72,600 or more.
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