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Extracurriculars are always an add-on to your profile. Any achievements at the state or national and international level are considered important. Working for social causes such as for an NGO or charity trusts on a regular basis
Massachusetts, United States
Est. 1839Ranked among top 20 universities in US
Boston University (BU) is a private research university which got its name in 1869. In the city of Boston, which is famous for being a college city bustling with student life, BU is one of the more recognized universities. It is a students’ favourite, because of several factors – the quality of education, the quality of life and job opportunities. All this combined with the fact that it isn’t exactly impossible to get in.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Sciences courses at BU. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at Boston University in Indian Rupees is INR 40,19,000 as of 12 Nov 2019.
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As the name quite clearly suggests, the institute is located at Boston, Massachusetts. Boston is one of the busiest cities in the world, but that doesn’t mean that people are working round the clock. It’s one of those cities where, if you’ll forgive the use of the cliché, people ‘work hard and party harder’.
While living off-campus is no doubt pretty expensive, you’d be surprised to know that on-campus accommodation is almost that (or sometimes more) costly too. Add to that the fact that there are major restrictions on partying on-campus, and you find that most grad students prefer renting apartments near college. It’s very possible to get yourself a nice place for about $700 per person per month in places like Brighton or Cambridge, provided you look in the right places, search at the right time, and close the deal quickly.
For those of you who’ve spent your lives gallivanting in the sun, Boston will come as a not-so-pleasant surprise. Winters here are terrible, and getting snowed in isn’t exactly uncommon. Very often the winters steal into the spring as well, and life can get, well, gloomy. Get used to not seeing too much of the sun, because you’ll face at least 4 months a year when you won’t. Having said that, spring and summer are really really pleasant, and it suddenly seems worth the wait during winter. There isn’t a hell of a lot of rain, and whatever there is, is spread over the year nicely.
As is the case in many excellent institutes, Boston University has some professors who can directly alter the course of your life. In a good way, of course. While most of the professors can comfortably be categorized as ‘well above average’, there are some who just fall under the ‘mind blowing’ category. Often you may find yourself wanting to take up a particular course/subject purely and solely because a particular professor would be tutoring you. Hopefully that’ll be for academic and not aesthetic reasons.
Since BU is a private university, it’s not terribly easy to get any ‘freeships’ as such, but of course you can get Teaching Assistantships and Research Assistantships.
Since BU is one of the better colleges around, it certainly shouldn’t be a problem getting a pretty-high-paying job once you’re here. Where you get placed naturally depends on the course you’re doing, but more often than not, you can expect to get picked up by one of the top players in whatever field you’re specializing in.
Good college, great city. You’ll never regret it.