University Profile: Suffolk University
Suffolk Boston’s urban campus is located in historic Beacon Hill, near the state capitol building and the city's business district. There are over 5,100 undergraduate students; 22% are international hailing from 98 different countries.
The University also maintains a branch in Madrid, Spain where students can either start their university studies, or study abroad throughout their university career. Suffolk’s College of Arts & Sciences and Sawyer Business School offer more than 60 academic programs at the undergraduate level.
All students are eligible for a merit scholarship which can cover up to 50% of tuition. Suffolk offers more than 80 student clubs, leadership training, performing arts, and community service opportunities. With a 95% placement rate after graduation, Suffolk is a diverse university where students can take advantage of its exclusive downtown Boston location and get an internship to apply their classroom learning to the real-world.