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Boston College, the first higher education institution to exist in Boston, is now one of the nation's top colleges, a pioneer in liberal arts, science studies, and student education. True to the Jesuit Catholic tradition, it has been dedicated to international cooperation since its establishment in 1863. The College educates men and women who shape the world of vision, justice, and charity.

The Core Curriculum is designed to help students expand their horizons, include an immersion in the liberal arts, the framework for the chosen profession, and the critical thought and comprehension that is the beginning of a life of leadership. The disciplines differ, but the dedication to excellence, research, scholarships, and service unites the departments. It is committed to ensuring that all admitted students, regardless of their socio-economic background, excel in BC. Boston is one of the 20 private U.S. colleges that are blind and fulfill the full demonstrated needs of all approved students.

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World Ranking
301st
Source : US News
International Students
1,611
Acceptance Rate
27%
Student/Faculty Ratio
11:1
Male/Female Ratio
47:53
Average Tuition Fee Per Academic Year
$60,202
Average Cost of Living
$3,212
Application Fee
$80
Alumni Starting Salaries
Specializations/Levels Median Starting Salary
Area Studies$59,900
Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology$48,700
Biology$46,600
Management Information Systems (MIS)$77,800
Finance$71,800
Business Administration, Management and Operations$64,400
Marketing$64,200
Accounting$62,800
Communication and Media Studies$56,400
Education$43,400
English Language and Literature$47,300
Human Development and Related Services$44,200
Nursing$68,000
History$58,000
Mathematics$69,700
Global & International Studies$54,700
Philosophy$63,300
Chemistry$61,100
Psychology$49,500
Economics$63,900
Political Science and Government$58,600
Sociology$47,800
Theological and Ministerial Studies$55,000
Fine and Studio Arts$49,400
Cost of Living
Total
Average Cost

$3,212
Housing
$2,258
Food
$677
Daily Life
$100
Clothing
$177
These are the approx. & quarterly expenses that need to be incurred under various heads that are mentioned above.
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*All the data points mentioned above are approx. figures and has been collated from various sources based on the data of 2019-2020.