Spend six weeks studying at one of the best universities in the world – gain credit while experiencing a global city and campus experience second to none.
In 2013–2014, Boston University (or BU) was ranked 50th in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It is one of the oldest universities in the United States and boasts notable alumni like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
As a BU ‘summer’ (July) session student you have access to over 700 academic courses. With the options of on and off campus accommodation and all of the university facilities – including modern fitness centre, eateries, an arena for sports and concerts, art galleries, museums and libraries… everything you need.
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Having the opportunity to be part of a university that is ranked among the top 15 percent in the world! With the ideal location in the heart of Boston, this is a Uni that students dream about attending – and as a CISaustralia student you now have that opportunity.
Choose to study from a multitude of disciplines, including; business, management, finance, accounting, humanities, arts, social science, sociology, anthropology, history, communications, journalism, health – and health related fields, IT and engineering.
BU has everything you could possibly need to have an interesting and fun-filled Aussie winter (US summer). Beginning with its sprawling urban landscape and impressive architecture, the campus is an experience in itself – add to this modern residential halls (accommodation), libraries, world class athletic facilities, a multitude of entertainment opportunities and you realise that a US summer (July) session at BU is not only academically rewarding but also a great place to spend six weeks of your Australian winter!
Living and studying in one of the oldest cities in the United States—Boston. The city is a cultural and historical mecca serving the United States with the first public school, Latin School, and first subway system. The city is considered to be a world leader in innovation, technology, education and serves as an anchor for the greater New England region. The bay provides a nice breeze on warm summer days in Boston, and offers cool and calm shorelines.
You can study in a welcoming environment that appreciates diversity and a global perspective. At the CISaustralia July in Boston program, you will be studying on the BU campus with more than 7,000 students. For diversity, there are also international students from over 50 countries enrolled in the US ‘summer’ session. During the regular school year the University hosts over 33,000 students!
Enjoy summer in Boston – experience a Red Sox game at Fenway Park or visit Quincy Market. Go shopping on the world renowned Newbury Street, and visit some of the best city cafes in Back Bay. The city hosts multiple theatres, concert venues, sports arenas, parks, and museums. Many activities in the city portray its historical roots and showcase its modern future - there is always something going on!