UPCOMING EVENT: MOBILITY FAIR (March 4-5, 2015)
Achieve your educational goals.
Northeastern offers an excellent education at an affordable price. That’s why we were identified as the sixth best investment in the United States. Our diversity also means that you will feel welcome in a place where students come from around the world to start their path to their future.
See the world.
Spend a semester in another country and earn Northeastern degree credit. Our international partner universities offer courses taught in English that will transfer to your department.
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Want a shorter experience?
Participate in a short-term study tour. Northeastern faculty arrange 1-2 week tours each year to different countries. You will experience new cultures and earn course credit.
Can’t manage to go abroad right now?
Find out about the many activities on campus that bring the world to you. Whether you are interested in academic conferences, cultural events, or social organizations, Northeastern has a variety of ways for you to engage with people from different cultures and backgrounds until you are able to experience them in another country.
Partner with Northeastern.
Work with Northeastern on achieving our goal of delivering a world-class education.
Whether you are a university or an institution outside the United States looking for a partner or a scholar who wants to be part of a unique educational experience, Northeastern is open to learning more about you and seeing if we share a common vision of international education. Contact the Office of International Programs and discover the possibilities.
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