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Wentworth Institute of Technology - MA



Overview
Institution Name
Wentworth Institute of Technology - MA

Address
550 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115

Liaison Officer
Anne-Marie Caruso
Assistant Vice President, Financial Aid
carusoa@wit.edu

School URL
http://wit.edu

Secondary URL
http://www.wit.edu/human-resources/tuition-exchange/index.html
Tuition amount: Full Tuition
Program: Undergraduate
Study Abroad
Pell and other grants
State grant/scholarship
Initial offers will be announced by April 15, 2022.

Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
In February 2022

The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:
Below 10%


Additional Information
Wentworth is a nationally recognized, private, coeducational institution offering master?s, bachelor's, and associate degrees, in addition to certificate programs, to more than 3,900 full-time students each year. More than 50,000 students?who have assumed leadership roles in a multitude of professions in industry, education, and government?have graduated since Wentworth opened its doors in 1911.

Wentworth offers one of the most comprehensive cooperative education (co-op) programs of its kind in the nation. A co-op is full-time, temporary employment in your field of study that enables you to apply classroom learning to professional work experience. Unlike most schools, co-op at Wentworth is a requirement: all undergraduate day students must successfully complete two co-op semesters in order to graduate.

At Wentworth, we are dedicated to the Five Factors of Career Success, which include focused academics, cooperative education, innovation and entrepreneurship, collaboration and partnerships, and ideal location. Our students are adept at collaborating with others, and they graduate from Wentworth with the ability to lead with confidence and contribute to society in meaningful ways.

Wentworth offers bachelor's degrees in 23 majors: Applied Mathematics, Architecture, Applied Science, Biological Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Business Management, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Computer Networking, Computer Science, Computer science & Society, Construction Management, Cyber Security, Electrical Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering, Industrial Design, Interdisciplinary Engineering, Interior Design, and Mechanical Engineering. Sixteen minors are also offered. Wentworth offers 11 master's degree programs including: Master of Science in Applied Computer Science, Master of Architecture, Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Master of Science in Construction Management, Master of Science in Facility Management, and a Master of Science in Technology Management.

Wentworth offered three application rounds for undergraduate students: Early Action round 1 (November 15), Early Action round 2 (January 15), and Regular Decision (February 15). To be considered for TE, a completed Wentworth application with all required supporting documents must be received in the admissions office by the Early Action round 2 deadline of January 15 for admissions the following Fall semester. A copy of the certificate of eligibility is also required by January 15 . TE scholarships will be announced by March 15. TE applications will be received after January 15 pending availability.

The TE scholarship is considered for first time, full-time freshman. The TE is not applicable to the Center for Professional and Continuing Education or graduate programs.

For undergraduates, the TE award is potentially available for a maximum of eight (8) semesters or graduation, whichever is first.

The Tuition Exchange award will supersede any merit award you have already received from Wentworth.

Tuition Exchange can be used towards some but not all Study Abroad options open to students. Any TE student contemplating Study Abroad must contact the TE Officer, Anne-Marie Caruso at carusoa@wit.edu to determine eligibility.

TE import awarded students are required to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress as defined by the college. Refer to the college catalog for specific information regarding Satisfactory Academic Progress standards.





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