Students concerned about being ready to enter a competitive job market find Northeastern’s co-op program to be exactly what will prepare them and give them a fine education in the process. Undergraduates at Northeastern spend up to 18 months in challenging work settings acquiring practical experience in their fields and career entree.
Northeastern’s 16,685 undergraduates live on and off a 73-acre campus, situated near museums, Fenway Park, the symphony, and Boston’s Back Bay. The MTA line runs along the side of the campus, giving them access to the entire city via public transportation. In recent years, Northeastern has become increasingly selective. 36% of students come from Massachusetts.
In the heart of famed student mecca of Boston, Northeastern offers an unusual balance of targeted work experience and a recognized undergraduate degree.