Tufts University
Tufts University, founded in 1852, is a privately owned higher education school that focuses on research. Tufts University is ranked among the top 30 universities in the United States due to its diverse programme offerings and outstanding research possibilities. Tufts University offers over 150 undergraduate majors and minors, as well as nearly 80 graduate programmes to prospective students.

Cost of attendance

The total cost of attendance for commuters including tuition fee, food, residence, health and wellness, insurance, books and other miscellaneous expenses is 72,400 USD (~53.6 lakh INR). For resident students, this cost ranges around 81,700 USD (~60.48 lakh INR) per year.


Residential facilities are available at the campuses in Boston, Medford, and Somerville. Students who choose to live on-campus at Tufts University have access to dining and meal services. The university has 25 residence halls, four of which are dedicated to first-year students (Houston, Hill, Haskell, and Tilton). Students from approximately 71 nations study at Tufts University, and the residential facility provided connects students from many cultures. Tufts University's accommodation costs range from $8,832 to $12,260 per month. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is $1,000 to $1,300 USD.

Acceptance rate

There are a total of 12802 students enrolled at the university. Tufts University claims to have 1,480 international students on campus. Tufts University has a 11.4 percent acceptance rate, indicating an extremely selective admission policy.


Tufts University has five modern campuses: Medford/Somerville, Boston, Grafton, and Talloires. All five locations' primary campuses are in Walnut Hill, Medford, and Somerville. The degree programmes linked with the field of Science are available at the Boston campus. Tufts University's campus in Boston, Massachusetts houses all of the university's science laboratories. Talloires is renowned as Tufts University's satellite campus in France.


Tufts University has been accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) since 1929 and its accreditation by NEASC encompasses the entire institution.

Jobs and Placement

To advance their professional careers, nearly 90% of Tufts University students complete one or two internships with the help of the career centre. Within six months of graduation, 94 percent of Tufts students are employed or engaged in additional education. The Student Career Center assists students in locating appropriate internships and job opportunities. It also hosts a variety of career fairs and recruitment drives. According to PayScale, the average yearly pay of Tufts University graduates is $80,710.

QS Ranking

#=275 in the QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

#172 in World University Rankings, 2022

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