Our suite of graduate and certificate programs, custom executive education, and undergraduate programs fuse world-class academics and meaningful business experience like no other business school can. It is this synergy that lies at the heart of everything we do.

Here, you'll find a very different relationship between the worlds of rigorous academics and real-world application. Treated not as two separate experiences, but fused as one. Where a purposefully designed, ongoing exchange connects learning and practice more directly, creating an exponentially more powerful result.
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D'Amore-McKim at a glance


total students, including 4,113 undergraduate students and 1,602 graduate students.

600 plus

co-op employers provide our students with opportunities in

56 countries and 110 cities.

100 percent

corporate residency placement for full-time MBA Class of 2016.


of responding undergraduate degree receipients received a job offer within 9 months of graduation. 60% from co-op employers.


of the students in our 2016 Full-Time MBA cohort started jobs within 3 months of graduation.

34 percent

of undergraduate students hail from 100 countries outside of the US.


in external funding has been raised for 42 ventures launched under IDEA, Northeastern's student-run venture accelerator.


Currently ranked 39th, Northeastern has been among the Top 50 national universities for four consecutive years.


total faculty, including 38 new hires in the past four years.


living alumni, including graduates from both graduate and undergraduate programs.

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