Five Boston schools that will help you prepare for the future
Boston.com - 09/08/2015
The 50 colleges in the new book all have outstanding academics, but, as the book’s author Robert Franek said, they put the “hire” in higher education. The Princeton Review pointed out that many of the schools, like Northeastern, have co-op, internship or study abroad programs that lead to jobs for their students. At Northeastern, for example, 95 percent of students participate in a co-op program, and 90 percent of students graduate with full-time jobs or plans to go to grad school.
It’s just an added bonus that Northeastern is also on the Princeton Review’s “College City Gets High Marks” list.