Western New England University


Western New England University


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Starting its activities as a campus of Northeastern University in 1919, Western New England University (WNE) is a internationally recognized university that has being developed since 1951. The western New England campus, located in Springfield, Massachusetts, is ranked 11th on the list of the 30 most beautiful campuses in the world. The University is a member of the Big Springfield Collaborating College and is a partner of the Hartford Springfield Data Corridor Initiative. There are over 60 clubs and organizations in the campus. Including distinguished communities, professional department managers, media and broadcasting agencies. There are special interest groups, student senate, and campus ministry groups. Real communities of the collective: Alpha Kappa Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Lambda Pi Eta, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Teta, Pi Sigma Alpha, Psi Chi, Tau Beta Pi. "Cupola" book, "Literature and Literature Review", GB-TV "Golden Bear TV" television station, "Western Gazette" and WNEK-FM 105.1 FM radio station. Political groups cover WNE College Republican and University Democrats. Western New England is doing its best to offer their students opportunities for career-building and with more than 1,000 internship opportunities in various parts of the world.

Educational programs (bachelor, master and doctorate)

  • Law
  • Art
  • Medical sciences
  • Engineering
  • Business, Finance and Economics
  • Computer Science

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Passport, diploma or attestation (translation and notarization), personal statement and reference letters, English language certificate (IELTS or TOEFL)

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Western New England University

Massachusetts, the homeland of basketball and volleyball sports, hosts many historical events.
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