Tufts University

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Tufts University


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    Tufts University was founded by the Universalist Church in the 1840s on 20 acres of land donated by businessman Charles Tufts, but many notables including P.T. Barnum are counted as founders. It was officially chartered in 1852. It boasts the US’s oldest graduate school of international relations. 

    By 1954 the school had lost its original religious affiliation, and had reinvented itself as Tufts University. By the 1970s it had become a major research university in its own right, known for its extensive internationalisation and its dedication to sending its students to study abroad. In fact, offers joint undergraduate degrees with universities in London, Oxford, Paris and throughout New England. 

    Tufts University today occupies four main campuses – three in the Boston Metropolitan Area and one in the French Alps. It is divided into ten schools – eight graduate divisions and 2 undergraduate divisions. It boasts nearly 12,000 students, divided almost evenly between undergraduates and graduates students, with a slight majority of grad students.


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