Curricular Practical Training (CPT) helps F-1 students at Northeastern University gain valuable work experience before their scheduled program end date—making it an integral part of their academic program.
Take your learning to new heights as you pursue a degree or certificate as a full-time academic or language student at Northeastern—a top-40 USA university.
If you are an international student, you will need a visa to study in the USA. Learn what the different types of visas are.
During your time at Northeastern University, it may become necessary to take a medical leave of absence. The instructions for taking and returning from a medical leave are described below.
Want to change your status? Learn what your options are, how to apply, what documents you need, and more.
The F-1 visa application can be intense, which is why the Office of Global Services walks international students like you through it—step-by-step.
This intercampus transfer clearance letter should be filled out by a SEVIS contact.
During your time at Northeastern University, it may become necessary to take a non-medical leave of absence. The instructions for taking and returning from one are described below.
By submitting this form, you are requesting copies of your old I-20s or DS-2019s.
With the help of the Stipended Graduate Assistantships (SGA), eligible F-1 and J-1 students are participating in part-time teaching and residence hall duties and performing world-class research.
As a student at Northeastern, you may have the opportunity to participate in an international co-op. If this occurs, you may need approval from the Office of Global Services to work outside the USA.