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Suffolk University is a private research university in Boston, Massachusetts. It is categorized as Doctoral Research University by the Carnegie classification of the Institute of Higher Education. It has more than 7,600 students and is the 8th largest university in Boston.
In 1906, Suffolk University was founded as a law school and was named after its location in Suffolk County. The university has produced many mayors, dozens of U.S. federal and state judges, and United States members of Congress. It offers a nationally recognized curriculum and lays a strong emphasis on experience-based learning and developing leadership with small class sizes.
The university offers degrees in more than 90 areas of study and continuing education opportunities. It also provides LLM through Suffolk University Law School and allows students to enjoy the flexibility at Suffolk University's Madrid campus in Spain.
Why Suffolk University?
- Suffolk University's classrooms are learning hubs that encourage animated discussion and vigorous debate, with small class sizes fostering engagement.
- International students at the university will be automatically considered for merit-based financial aid when they are admitted to the university. Generally, awards are based on previous academic achievement, work experience, standardized test scores, and how well they fit in their programs of study.
- Suffolk awards over USD 160 million of financial aid to its students each academic year, with over 90% of new enrollees each spring receiving some form of financial assistance.