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Boston University



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THE World Ranking: 64

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About Boston University


Boston University is consistently ranked among the top higher educations in the USA and was established in 1839. It is one of the largest, independent, non-profit universities in the USA. Business, Medicine, Law and Education are the most popular fields of study at the University. The University welcomes international students from all around the world and has a strong community of Indian students. The Boston University Bridge is the only spot in the USA, where a plane can fly over a car driving over a train going over a boat, all at the same time.

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Office of Admissions

121 Bay State Road, Boston University, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.

College of Arts and Sciences

Boston University, 725 Commonwealth Avenue, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.

College of Communication

640 Commonwealth Avenue, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.

School of Medicine

715 Albany Street, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02118.

School of Social Work

One Sherborn Street, Boston University, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.

School of Theology

745 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston University, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.

School of Law

765 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston University, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.

Henry M.Goldman School of Dental Medicine

Office of Admissions and Student Services, 100 East Newton Street G-305, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02118.

School of Education

Two Sherborn Street or Two Silber Way, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.

School of Management - Undergraduate

Undergraduate Program Office, 595 Commonwealth Avenue Suite 102, BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States, 02215.


Here's what Indian students are saying about their experience at Boston University.

What Indian students say

When asked, 100% of reviewers recommend Boston University

Overall experience

Admission process

(4 out of 5)

Funding / Scholarships

(3 out of 5)

Study experience

(4 out of 5)

Life experience

(4 out of 5)

Job prospects

(4 out of 5)

Student reviews










Amar, India 4

Course was amazingly good!

My overall experience was amazingly good over this entire period of my study. There were a lot of Indians at my university so Indian students will not feel homesick at all.

Hitesh, India 5

Ranks top!!!

The Boston University ranks top and accredited by the World Occupational. The great thing about this University’s programme is the range of students it attracts - culturally as well as professionally.

Sunil, India 5

Full scholarship!!!

I am very grateful for the chance to study MBA at Boston University. This is one of the very good universities which offer 100% scholarship.

Asween, India 4

Growth opportunities at Boston are more!!!

I have taken up MS in Public Health at Boston. I had contacted a number of friends who are studying abroad and heard very good reports about the program offered at Boston. Generally the duration of the master’s public he read full review
Puneet, India 4

Be prepared for a strenuous work load

I would advise anyone planning to come to America for graduate study to apprise themselves of the academic system and also to be prepared for a strenuous work load. Undergraduates need not worry too much; life is relativ read full review
Satyavarta, India 4


I completed my PhD in Cognitive and Neural Systems in September 2007 at Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory (Boston University). My research was supervised by Dr. Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham. It was a great learning experie read full review
Priyanka, India 3

A great learning experience

My internship at the Boston University was a fantastic experience. Getting to study abroad is a once in a life time opportunity, it honed my skills and taught me the value of quality education. I feel that my program is read full review
Sriram, India 4

Superb research facilities

A good amount of research is underway at the university plus the affiliations of the professors makes Boston an ideal place to start ones Graduate program. The academic advice from the point of considering my program is read full review
Ullaas, India 4

MS in Math Finance

Studying in the US was a very good exposure for me. Boston gave me a strong foundation in the basics. I enjoyed my course and would recommend my uni and course to others students.

Ray Bobby, India 5

International Banking

The international banking program at the Boston University is one of the most focussed programs in banking, financial laws.

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About the accommodation

All freshmen are required to live on campus. There are ten dormitory-style residences, each accommodating a large number of students. These range from Danielsen Hall with 280 students, to the West Campus area with over 1,800 students. Most residences are coeducational. The large dormitory-style residences have around-the-clock security staff at the front entrance to monitor building access. Small dormitory-style residences are located in three areas of campus. Apartment brownstones houses from twelve to sixty-seven students. There are specialty residences. University maintains a number of apartment-style residences for our students. While the majority of these are in the South Campus area, along Buswell Street, Arundel Street, Mountfort Street, St. Mary's Street, and Park Drive, there are apartment-style residences at 10 Buick Street, on Bay State Road and on Commonwealth Avenue as well. Apartment occupancy varies from one to six residents, while size and floor plans vary considerably. Each room is double-occupancy and includes a private bathroom, air conditioning, housekeeping service twice each week, cable TV, University Ethernet access and standard dormitory furniture. University staff, including resident assistants, will be living in the Hyatt Regency Cambridge to provide supervision and support. Students are provided with transportation to and from the Boston University campus. On-campus rooms contain a dresser, a desk, a bed, and a chair for each student, as well as curtains, mini blinds, or window shades. In apartment-style residences, a refrigerator, a stove, a dining table, chairs, and some comfortable seating are provided. Students assigned to apartment-style residences must provide their own cooking utensils, dishes, silverware, and cleaning supplies. In apartment-style residences and rooms or suites with a bathroom, shower curtains are provided. Many of the small residences have coin-operated washers and dryers for student use as well.

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