Boston University is one of the nation’s largest urban private teaching universities. It began as a Methodist seminary in Vermont. Originally named the Newbury Biblical Institute, the school moved to New Hampshire in 1847 and was chartered as Boston University in 1869. Boston University provides unparalleled opportunities for students to fulfil their promise and potential. It is committed to academic excellence. Faculty engages with students beyond the classroom providing opportunities to work with them on cutting edge research. The university is recognized around the world. It’s undergraduates come from more than 100 countries. This creates a diverse student body providing students with exposure to global cultures, perspectives and learning in classrooms, and in our residential community.
Boston University’s students have the opportunity to maximize the value of their education by participating in Dual Degree programs, earning two degrees simultaneously. Students also have many options to pursue combined BA/MA programs. From engineering to the arts, from law to medicine, Boston University can launch the students on virtually any career path. It offers various undergraduate majors and degrees through it’s schools and colleges.
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