Why Study in Suffolk University

Suffolk University offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and law degree programs with real-world experience at their cores. Accessibility is in our DNA, which is why we offer flexible ways to learn, from part-time and evening schedules to certificates for working professionals and online classes. And our small class sizes allow faculty to learn each student's name, recognize his or her potential, and build important mentoring relationships.

A city rich in culture and progress. A university where learning knows no bounds. Since 1906, Suffolk University has been woven into Boston's thriving urban landscape, offering a truly immersive environment in which to live, learn, and explore. It's the ideal location for Suffolk to provide students with the keys to successful lives and careers: access, opportunity, and experience.

The Admissions Department

The University of Suffolk has a centralised Admissions service which is located at the Ipswich campus in the Waterfront Building. The Admissions department is responsible for Undergraduate, Postgraduate taught and part-time admissions, undertaking all aspects of Admissions administration for all programmes offered in Ipswich and across the Learning Network. Admissions support is also provided by Higher Education Administrators at each of the University of Suffolk partners (East Coast College, Suffolk New College and West Suffolk College).

English Proficiency Test Requirements

For admission at Suffolk University, the university recommends international students to take any of the recognized English Proficiency Tests

Suffolk University: Graduate Admissions

Admission at Suffolk University is open for offers about 60 master’s degrees and four special law programs. There are different schools, Suffolk University Law School, the Sawyer Business School, the Suffolk Madrid Campus, and the College of Arts & Sciences are guided by the same principles and mission, yet have different offerings of graduate degrees and each of them has different requirements and deadlines