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Boston is America's college town, with numerous colleges, universities and vocational schools. Ivy League powerhouse Harvard, and engineering super school MIT are two notable anchors of the area's institutions


Massachusetts Institute of Technology Description: Our founder's Alma Mater, MIT, is the world's premiere engineering and technology institution. Located in Cambridge on the north shore of the Charles River

Boston University Description: Boston University, located south of the Charles River, has an extensive undergraduate research opportunities program

Boston College Description: Founded in 1863, Boston College is one of the oldest Jesuit, Catholic universities in the United States. Located on a 116 acre campus six miles from the city center with easy trolley access

Gibbs College of Boston Description: Located on Newbury street, this 2-year college offers career training emphasizing on business studies, visual communications & design, and IT

Tufts University Description: Founded in 1852, Tufts is a Research I university. Schools include the Fletcher School for international relations and the only School of Veterinary Medicine in New England

Wellesley College Description: Founded in 1870, this all-female college sports the motto "Non Ministrari sed Ministrare" ("not to be ministered unto but to minister"). The 500-acre campus is located in the town of the same name

Berklee College of Music Description: The largest independent music college in the world was founded in 1945. Located in Boston's historic Back Bay, the school encourages its students to enrich society through the power of music

Boston Baptist College Description: Located in a quiet residential neighborhood 7 miles outside central Boston, Boston Baptist College is a noted biblical training center, teaching the relevance of scripture to daily life

Harvard University Description: Established in 1636 by a vote of the Great and General Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony, Harvard is named for its first benefactor, John Harvard of Charlestown.

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