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what are the best (high reputation) colleges in Massachusetts?

im starting to look at colleges and i want to go to the best.but its difficult because i dont know which colleges have high reputations and are really good and noted. Im looking towards buisness or design
cant afford harvard

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3 Responses to “what are the best (high reputation) colleges in Massachusetts?”

  1. smm June 22, 2014 at 2:40 pm #

    MIT
    Amherst
    Harvard (which is actually so far the most affordable, as they have a lot of grants)
    Boston College
    Boston University

  2. bcnmania June 22, 2014 at 3:26 pm #

    Massachusetts is probably the state with the best universities and colleges in the country. If you want to study business, the best place would be at the Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge (ranked number 2 in undergraduate business schools by US News and World Report). Babson College in Babson Park is a great business school that is particularly good for entrepreneurship. Boston College’s Carroll school in Chesnut Hill is also a great choice for business.

    For a liberal arts education, Williams College in Williamstown, Amherst College in Amherst, Harvard University in Cambridge, and Tufts University in Medford are all great choices. It all depends what kind of setting you are looking for.

  3. xo379 June 22, 2014 at 4:25 pm #

    –Harvard: #2 national university
    –Boston College: #35 national university (but has a very good reputation)
    –Tufts: #28 national university
    –MIT: #7 national university
    –Brandeis: #21 national university

    –Amherst: #2 liberal arts school in the country
    –Williams: #1 liberal arts school in the country
    –Wellesley: #3 liberal arts school in the country; one of the Seven Sisters (all-womens)
    –Smith: #17 liberal arts school in the country; one of the Seven Sisters (all-womens)
    –Mount Holyoke: #28 liberal arts school in the country; one of the Seven Sisters (all-womens)

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