based on 4 students ratings
I applied to Northeastern not thinking that I would be allowed in but I was! I also applied to more safe schools such as a CUNY (I’m from Long Island) and a few SUNY schools. I joined the BSIB program to see the world and develop a healthy perspective of global politics and operations at large.
I think it allows students to get a taste of almost every discipline of business before declaring a concentration.
Engineering! The college of engineering is one of the highest ranked in the country. Additionally, I have always wanted to be in the north for college to experience true seasons. I also was recruited for athletics.
I think it?s manageable! I would say that the amount I am writing right now is not ideal. As an engineer, I don't really enjoy writing unless it's technical. I am currently in two classes that require me to do non-technical writing.
I love Boston, my sister studied here in Bentley. However, I wanted a cory campus but BU was way to dispersed Northeastern was altogether made it more like a campus-style but still in the city. And it had a good business reputation.
Really good but you need to explore all the options you have - try to use as much of all the things NEU has to offer, they have a lot of things related to entrepreneurship that are great help to start your own business. And the co-op experience is amazing.
Co-op program for work experience, 6 year PharmD program available, located in Boston for ideal college town experience, wanted a school that offered high-level academics with strong work experiences to make me competitive on graduation.
Curriculum provided challenging academics with practical work experiences to reinforce concepts learned in class, also had a chance to take electives outside of major for a well-rounded education and obtain a minor degree.