Universities & Colleges in Massachusetts

University City
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge
Harvard University Cambridge
Williams College Williamstown
Tufts University Medford
Brandeis University Waltham
Boston College Chestnut Hill
Northeastern University Boston
Wellesley College Wellesley
University of Massachusetts-Amherst Amherst
Boston University Boston
University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth North Dartmouth
Bentley University Waltham
University of Massachusetts-Lowell Lowell
University of Massachusetts-Boston Boston
Clark University Worcester
Franklin W Olin College of Engineering Needham
Amherst College Amherst
Babson College Wellesley
Emerson College Boston
Simmons College Boston
Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston
Massachusetts Maritime Academy Buzzards Bay
MCPHS University Boston
Western New England University Springfield
Gordon College Wenham
Springfield College Springfield
Lesley University Cambridge
Worcester State University Worcester
Massachusetts College of Art and Design Boston
Boston Baptist College Boston
Westfield State University Westfield
Suffolk University Boston
Becker College Worcester
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts North Adams
Bridgewater State University Bridgewater
Fitchburg State University Fitchburg
Framingham State University Framingham
Lasell College Newton
College of Our Lady of the Elms Chicopee
Eastern Nazarene College Quincy
Curry College Milton
Wheelock College Boston
Mount Ida College Newton
American International College Springfield
Pine Manor College Chestnut Hill
Assumption College Worcester
Berklee College of Music Boston
Conway School of Landscape Design Conway
Hebrew College Newton Centre
MGH Institute of Health Professions Boston
School of the Museum of Fine Arts-Boston Boston
New England School of Acupuncture Newton
Northpoint Bible College Haverhill
Boston Architectural College Boston
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis Inc Brookline
Cambridge College Cambridge
Episcopal Divinity School Cambridge
Merrimack College North Andover
Andover Newton Theological School Newton Centre
Laboure College Milton
Endicott College Beverly
Fisher College Boston
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary South Hamilton
Hellenic College-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology Brookline
Longy School of Music of Bard College Cambridge
New England College of Optometry Boston
Saint John's Seminary Brighton
Wheaton College Norton
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Worcester
Massachusetts School of Law Andover
University of Phoenix-Massachusetts Braintree
National Graduate School of Quality Management Falmouth
New England College of Business and Finance Boston
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology Boston
Hampshire College Amherst
College of the Holy Cross Worcester
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester Worcester
William James College Newton
New England Law-Boston Boston
The New England Institute of Art Brookline
Pope St John XXIII National Seminary Weston
Stonehill College Easton
Anna Maria College Paxton
Bay Path University Longmeadow
Bay State College Boston
The Boston Conservatory Boston
Dean College Franklin
Emmanuel College Boston
Montserrat College of Art Beverly
Mount Holyoke College South Hadley
The New England Conservatory of Music Boston
Newbury College Brookline
Nichols College Dudley
Regis College Weston
Salem State University Salem
Bard College at Simon's Rock Great Barrington
Smith College Northampton


The state of Massachusetts falls in the northeast of the United States is located in the New England region.

Massachusetts experiences a humid continental climate with summers in the state is warm while the winters, cold and snowy. Boston is is the most heavily populated areas of the state. The population of Massachusetts is around 6.9 million. Out of the six New England states Massachusetts is the most populous with per capita personal income of $66,000 in the year 2017, which was the third highest in the US.

The state boasts of 12 Fortune 500 companies like EMC Corporation, Raytheon, Mass Mutual Financial Services of Springfield. Massachusetts has constantly been ranked as one of the best states for education and healthcare.

Massachusetts is considered to be the best state to study law and politics. In the past, many famous politicians like John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Oliver Holmes, John F. Kennedy and John Hancock have studied here.

Top sectors
The sectors that contribute to the economy of the state include finance, higher education, healthcare, tourism, and biotechnology.

Massachusetts is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the US. There is a total of 150+ college campuses in the state out of which 80+ offer bachelor's degrees while in 75+ colleges a student can pursue a graduate degree. Almost a quarter of the colleges are located in the Boston metro area, and therefore, Boston is rightly called the higher education capital of the nation.

Harvard University is the oldest and the most prominent University in the country is located in the state. This university has 6,700 undergraduate students and 15,500 graduate students. It is known for offering quality education, comprising of the student to faculty ratio is 8:1. Besides this, other top colleges in the state that have made it to the US News & World Report's list of America's Best Colleges are Tufts University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Best Engineering college in the world, see Top 100 engineering colleges in USA ), Northeastern University, Clark University, Brandeis University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Tuition fee/ job prospects
The cost of education in Massachusetts is little higher than other US states for instance in Harvard University is about $55,000 for a year. As far as job placements are considered Harvard is one of the top 3 schools, providing jobs to the students soon after college. Thus, despite being expensive, studying at Harvard is a sound higher education investment.

International student
The state of Massachusetts admitted almost 63,000 international students in 2016, which was 4th largest in the country. Harvard University receives around 6,000 international students every year.

List of Universities in USA (by state)

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