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New direct entry to US master's programs

We are thrilled to announce several new direct entry master's degrees and graduate-level certificates at Northeastern University's (NEU) prestigious D'Amore-Mckim School of Business.

New master's degrees at D'Amore-Mckim School of Business

Intakes from September 2017 for:

    Master of Business Administration (MBA) - partial scholarships available.
    MS in Finance
    MS in International Business
    MS in Technological Entrepreneurship

New graduate certificate programs in business at NEU

Your students can quickly gain specialized knowledge and a professional qualification in order to advance their career.  After completing this 8-month program, students can pursue a 1-year Optional Practical Training (OPT) work opportunity in the US, or transfer their credits to a master's degree at NEU or another US university. No GMAT is required, and students can start in Summer 2017, Fall 2017 or Spring 2018.

Programs include:

    Accounting and Financial Decision Making
    Business Administration
    Supply Chain Management

More information →

Other new options at NEU

    Bachelor's Completion program in Information Technology
    MPS in Analytics (Global Pathways or direct entry options)

3 new progression degrees now available in Seattle, offering up to 3 years of OPT after graduation:

    MPS in Analytics
    MS in Computer Science
    MS in Information Systems

More information →

Why NEU and D'Amore-Mckim School of Business?

    NEU is a top 40 university in the USA. *
    D'Amore-Mckim is among the top business schools in the world for its global approach to business education.*
    Located in Boston: ranked 2nd best city in the world for employer activity.**

* U.S. News & World Report 2017

* QS Best Student Cities 2016

If you have any further questions about any of our programs at NEU, please contact your Market Manager.

Very best wishes,

The Kaplan International Pathways team