Founded in 1898, Northeastern University has developed specific programs that alternate management theory and business practices within the framework of paid employment that allow students to partially finance their education.
Currently, 2,500 companies actively participate in Northeastern University’s “cooperative education” program and employ more than 8,000 students per year.
All CEFAM students who enroll at Northeastern choose to go into this work/study (cooperative education) program.
In 2008, notably, Business Week ranked the undergraduate program of Northeastern University’s College of Business Administration 34th in the United States and 3rd in the state of Massachusetts. In 2013, Northeastern University once again appeared in the Financial Times, The Princeton Review, and US News and World Report annual rankings.
Northeastern University is a university located in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States:
Learn more about Northeastern University: http://www.northeastern.edu/
Northeastern is well known for its “co-op programs” that allow students to spend 2 six-month periods in corporate internships.
The university’s faculty includes former Massachusetts governor and 1988 presidential candidate, Michael Dukakis.
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