Studying in Boston
Going to Graduate School in Boston
Big-City Benefits for UMass Boston Students
UMass Boston’s urban location is a key part of the student experience. Attending an institution in a leading city with a high density of colleges and universities adds an unmatched level of energy, creativity, culture, sophistication, and diversity to the student experience
The city is the source of many internship, employment, community service, and research opportunities for students. Finally, living in an urban environment helps UMass Boston students understand their roles as citizens in actively engaging with the complex issues they encounter.
Also, Boston is one of the country's youngest cities (in terms of age of residents!)—thanks to the large student population here.
- City of Boston
- Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Travel Guide to Boston
- Boston.com is the home of the Boston Globe newspaper
- Visitors' Guide
- Greater Boston map
For Grad Students
Fulbright Student Calls Boston "the place to be"
International Relations student Charlotte Carnehl enjoys the international setting and American spirit.
Their credentials are impressive,. their areas of expertise are vast, and their community service activities inform their teaching and benefit their students.