A ranking of American colleges and universities providing quality education to international students from Norway.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology tops our New England list of the Best U.S. Colleges & Universities for Students From Norway. These rankings were developed to help students from Norway find American colleges and universities that will offer quality educational outcomes and a supportive community to students from other countries.
We reviewed 11 colleges and universities to come up with this ranking. MIT earned the top spot due to the quality education provided, and the presence of students from Norway on campus, as well as other quality metrics unique to international students. Read the methodology behind this ranking.
|Rank||University/College||Location||Tuition & Fees|
|1||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, Massachusetts||$46,704|
|2||Northeastern University||Boston, Massachusetts||$45,530|
|3||Harvard University||Cambridge, Massachusetts||$45,278|
|4||Boston University||Boston, Massachusetts||$48,436|
|5||Brown University||Providence, Rhode Island||$49,346|
|6||Boston College||Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts||$49,324|
|7||Middlebury College||Middlebury, Vermont||$47,828|
|8||Clark University||Worcester, Massachusetts||$41,940|
|9||University of Vermont||Burlington, Vermont||$39,160|
|10||Eastern Connecticut State University||Willimantic, Connecticut||$22,286|
Looking for local options? Explore these colleges based on your region, state.