Suffolk University
Suffolk University is a private research university in one of the largest cities in the United States, Boston. The institute began as a law school in 1906 and evolved into a university in the 1930s. It is classified as a Doctoral Research University by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Suffolk University now offers over 100 undergraduate courses, 75 postgraduate courses, 6 law programmes, and over 30 professional courses to overseas students. The institution attempts to provide a flexible learning environment by providing part-time courses, evening scheduling, credentials for working professionals, and online lectures.

Cost of attendance

Undergraduate degrees at Suffolk University cost between 47,000 and 68,500 USD (35.43 and 51.64 lakh INR). The total cost of attending Suffolk University's graduate programmes, including all expenditures, is roughly 58,000-70,000 USD (43.7-52.74 lakh INR).


Suffolk University offers students housing in residence halls on Tremont Street, Somerset Street, West Street, and Washington Street, with beds ranging from 205 to 455. For Suffolk students, the cost of living on campus is 17,766 USD (13.38 lakh INR), while living off-campus may cost around 20,279 USD (15.27 lakh INR). Off-campus accommodation costs roughly 1000 to 1500 USD per month on average.

Acceptance rate

There are 7201 students enrolled at the university, with 1,003 of them being international students. Suffolk University is a moderately selective institution with an acceptance rate of 86%.


The Suffolk University campus consists of nine buildings on Beacon Hill and in downtown Boston. The university campus is close to ten museums and 57 historical places. There is a fitness facility, athletic facilities, counselling and wellness centres on campus. Suffolk University has three libraries: the John Joseph Moakley Law Library, the Mildred F. Sawyer Library, and the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University library. Suffolk University has over 100 student clubs and organisations, as well as 19 NCAA Division III sporting teams.


Suffolk University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).

Jobs and Placement

The Professional Development Center assists students in gaining access to career counsellors, a career library, and other university resources. Handshake and Vault are two career resources available to students. Resume Guide, Focus2Career, and GoinGlobal are a few examples. The Career Development Center hosts several job fairs, workshops, programmes, and networking events throughout the year to link students with firms in their intended industry. Suffolk University has a strong placement record, with students earning an average yearly salary of $71,000 USD. Students in the legal department at the institution receive the highest average yearly salary of 140,000 USD.

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