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Overview

Overview

The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) is a nationally ranked public research university located in a beautiful riverside location in Lowell, Massachusetts.

For more than a century, UMass Lowell has delivered superb educational programming while preparing students to take on key roles in a variety of professional industries, solving real-world challenges and making a positive impact on communities in the United States and around the world.

UMass Lowell is one of the leading institutions in the U.S., part of the Massachusetts public university system, and the second-largest public institution in the state. The university offers a variety of study options including more than 120 bachelor's degrees, 43 master's degrees and 25 doctoral degree programs spanning a wide range of subject areas. Popular and highly rated programs include those within business, engineering, computer science, criminal justice, health sciences and technology.

Its success has been recognised by multiple national academic ranking publications, including The Wall Street Journal, which named UMass Lowell as the number one Public University in Massachusetts, and U.S. News & World Report, which awarded the university a public university ranking of 87.

The University of Massachusetts Lowell is home to approximately 17,500 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 118 countries worldwide. The university offers high research activity and is ranked among the top 200 research universities in the United States, according to U.S. News & World Report.

UMass Lowell is committed to excellence in teaching, research and community engagement, and offers invaluable practical undergraduate and graduate academic programs and exceptional postgraduate work experiences.

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What's new

What's new

There are multiple new groundbreaking research initiatives underway at UMass Lowell, led by faculty and students and supported by grant funding. The university's robust research engagements provide students with hands-on experience with innovative work in robotics, biotechnology, cybersecurity, clean energy and more. Recent research highlights include:

  • A USD 2.3 million award to improve CT scan images.
  • Designing and building prosthetic devices for children.
  • Developing bioartificial tissues to improve life for people with diabetes.
  • Collaboration with an Army Solider Center to create solar-powered textiles.
  • Criminal Justice Prof. Arie Perliger is exploring the social impact of extreme climate events in several Massachusetts communities.
  • Physics students are working on multiple studies to improve the accuracy of nuclear data.
  • Molecular research is being conducted that could provide early detection of cancer and Covid 19.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

More than 1,000 of UMass Lowell's faculty members are researchers and scholars in their fields, and their ongoing work contributes to the research output of the university. Annual research expenditures at the University of Massachusetts Lowell total USD 111 million, which supports a diversity of research centers and expands the horizons of academic knowledge and sustainable practices.

The university has a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1, ensuring small class sizes and a high level of interaction between students and instructors. This personalized approach toward learning is coupled with hands-on teaching that allows students plenty of opportunities to put their academic knowledge into practice.

UMass Lowell's ability to prepare students to become educated, responsible global citizens who make a positive contribution to society has been acknowledged by many international publications, including Times Higher Education, where UMass Lowell ranks 123rd in its annual list of world universities.

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Department structure

Department structure

The University of Massachusetts Lowell offers more than 170 fully accredited academic courses, spanning many different levels of study, and delivered through five academic colleges and its Honors College. More than half of the university's on-campus courses meet STEM eligibility requirements.

Manning School of Business

This school has a long history of educating business leaders, and includes courses in accounting, finance, management, marketing, innovation, and information systems. It is AACSB accredited, a designation only achieved by 5 percent of all business schools worldwide.

Francis College of Engineering

The college delivers a superb standard of instruction across a wide range of engineering disciplines and encourages innovation and creative solutions to ongoing practical challenges. Departments include biomedical, chemical, electrical, civil, computer, mechanical, industrial and plastics engineering.

College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The college offers a range of undergraduate and graduate programs through multiple departments ranging from art and design to education and criminal justice and includes a variety of interdisciplinary programs.

Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences

The college educates the leaders of tomorrow, offering groundbreaking courses in nutrition, nursing, physical therapy and public health, to support a healthier world for all.

Kennedy College of Sciences

The college fosters critical thinking and promotes technical education for a more connected world, specializing in computer and information sciences, biology, chemistry and physics and environmental, earth and atmospheric sciences.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Entry requirements to UMass Lowell vary by level of study, by school and in some cases by degree program. Students are encouraged to learn more by checking the undergraduate application requirements or graduate application requirements on the university's website.

All international applicants to undergraduate programs are required to provide proof of English language proficiency, except citizens from countries where English is commonly spoken: Australia, Canada (except Quebec), United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Guyana and English-speaking countries of Africa and the West Indies.

Tests and minimum scores required (some graduate programs may require higher scores):

  • Duolingo: 110
  • IELTS: 6.5
  • TOEFL: 79
  • ASC English: Level 6
  • Pearson Test of English: 61

UMass Lowell partners with ASC English to support International applicants who meet all admissions criteria but do not yet have the required English language proficiency.

Transferring Credits from an International Institution

To transfer undergraduate credits, students must provide course descriptions, translated into English, and notarized to ensure authenticity. Course descriptions must match what is on the institution's website or in their course catalog. Individual departments review and determine whether credits can be accepted.

In addition, all transcripts must be evaluated by an outside agency such as World Education Services (WES) or the Center for Educational Documentation, Inc.

Applications are considered on an individual basis, and there are many alternative pathways to entry. Students can check the admissions requirements page on the university's website to look for specific details and any key application deadlines.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The University of Massachusetts Lowell works hard to ensure that access to its high-quality higher education programs remains accessible to students from all economic backgrounds, keeping enrollment costs competitive.

Enrollment Costs for Academic Year 2023-2024

Graduate Students:

  • USD 31,827 for tuition and fees
  • USD 17,794 for living expenses

Undergraduate Students:

  • USD 38,797 for tuition and fees
  • USD 17,994 for living expenses

The university offers a large number of graduate scholarships and undergraduate scholarships to support its students.

All undergraduate applicants are considered for scholarships awards are based on the academic profile of the applicant and the strength of the applicant pool. Last year the university allocated more than USD 186 million in financial support to the student community. Prospective students are encouraged to check their eligibility to receive financial awards. Undergraduate applications for financial support are submitted online, while graduate applicants are automatically considered for financial support upon completion and review of their application.

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Campus facilities

Campus facilities

UMass Lowell's 130-acre campus, located 25 miles northwest of Boston, is the second largest in the University of Massachusetts system. It contains everything students need to achieve their academic goals, while developing themselves personally and enjoying a memorable university experience.

Students live on campus in 10 fully modernized residence halls, which are located within minutes of university teaching facilities. Campus housing includes suites, apartment-style living and living-learning communities. Ample off-campus housing options are also available. The Office of Residence Life assists with finding housing options for the university's postgraduate students.

The campus has a large selection of amenities ranging from libraries, laboratories and seminar rooms to food and drink vendors, coffee shops, fitness centers and recreational facilities. The campus has been constructed using energy efficient materials and the university is rated number one for sustainability among all universities in Massachusetts.

Prospective students can take a virtual tour or book a campus tour, and get a taste of what student life at UMass Lowell is all about.

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