History, Affiliations and Rankings
Toronto is Northeastern's first international campus, having opened in 2015. Employer collaborations have been at the heart of Northeastern education since 1909, thanks to a world-class cooperative education programme that now includes tens of thousands of businesses and charities around the world. That's more than a century of expertise and leadership in collaborating with industry to help talented students become talented professionals. The university’s programs are accredited by the top international authorities.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
The university's global network now comprises regional campuses in Vancouver, Boston, Charlotte, Portland (ME), London (UK), San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and Seattle, in addition to the flagship school in Boston. Project Management, Regulatory Affairs, Analytics, Informatics, Biotechnology, and Information Systems (software engineering) are among the Master's degrees offered at the Toronto campus. These programmes, which are tailored to economic development needs, provide students with flexibility and hands-on experience while also providing them with the great academic support of a major global research institution.
Accomplishments and Alumni
Northeastern has more than 40 cutting-edge research labs and receives over $100 million in research funding each year. Sustainability, health informatics, data analytics, regulatory affairs, global health, and urban public policy are just a few of the areas where students work with their skilled staff. More than 3,300 organisations and nonprofits in more than 150 countries on six continents are part of this dynamic network of education and research relationships, which is based on their undergraduate and graduate programmes, faculty research collaborations, and links with more than 255,000 alumni. Beyonce Knowles, a singer, Patrice O'Neal, a stand-up comedian, and Jane Curtin, an actress, are among the prominent names.
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
There are over 1,000 current students at Northeastern University's Toronto Campus, as well as 25 full-time employees and 61 full- and part-time faculty. It accepts international students from over 120 different nations. One of the secrets to Northeastern's success is diversity. Over the years, the campus community has established several clubs and student groups, as well as employment programmes and services, all with the goal of promoting and supporting the university's diverse and inclusive atmosphere. While embracing the multiculturalism that distinguishes the campus population, the University is committed to delivering culturally sensitive and inclusive services to all students, professors, and staff. The Department of Careers and Experience assists all students in developing a meaningful life and career.