University of Massachusetts
Established in 1863, University of Massachusetts (UMass) was ranked #66 in National Universities 2021. It is a public universities system with 5 campuses located in Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell, and Worcester. UMass is a sole institution that has public research system within the commonwealth despite there are hundreds of universities located within Massachusetts.
UMass Boston is the third largest campus among the five and it is located in the city of Boston with Boston Harbour surrounding the campus and alongside John F. Kennedy Library. The strategic location allows UMass Boston to collaborate with neighbouring organisations to benefit students in exploring research and employment field in an early stage. The program specialization in UMass Boston includes business and management, criminal justice, liberal arts and engineering.
Ranked as the third highest public university in Massachusetts (US News & World Report 2021), UMass Dartmouth has high research activity which was classified as a doctoral university by The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The campus is just 15 minutes’ walk away from the ocean and is open to campus accommodation. Bus transportation is provided and is a short ride which enable student to access to the Providence, RI and Boston. Business, visual arts, nursing and engineering programs are the school top courses.
Founded in 1971, UMass Lowell is situated at Merrimack Valley, offering more than 120 undergrade courses, 40+ Master’s programs and 30+ Doctoral Degrees. Lowell city is well-known for its diverse cuisines and on-going international festivals. This attracts students of over 60 countries to choose Lowell as a study destination. Top courses provided by UMass Lowell includes engineering, business, science and many more.
- Criminal Justice