Tufts University
Region: Northern America
Country/Region: United States
Found Year: 1852
Address: 419 Boston Ave, Dowling Hall Garage
Introduction

Founded in 1852, Tufts University is among the premier universities in the US. Tufts enjoys a global reputation for academic and scholarly excellence, as well as for the preparation of students in a variety of professions. Recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as a university with very high research basic and clinical research activity, Tufts has highly regarded programs in the liberal arts, sciences, engineering, medicine, dentistry, nutrition and international relations, which draw students from around the world with the highest academic achievement and standing. More than 98% of Tufts undergraduate students expect to pursue graduate or professional study after completion of a bachelor’s degree, and half of all undergraduates pursue coursework outside the US to add an international dimension to their work. A growing number of innovative research initiatives and joint degree programs are available for both undergraduate and graduate students in Tufts’ seven graduate and professional schools.

Academic Ranking of World Universities
151-200
Academic Ranking of World Universities
The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) is recognized as the precursor of global university rankings and the most trustworthy one. ARWU presents the world's top 1000 research universities annually based on transparent methodology and objective third-party data.
151-200
2017
151-200
2018
151-200
2019
151-200
2020
151-200
2021
Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Biomedical Engineering
44
Dentistry & Oral Sciences
51-75
Veterinary Sciences
101-150
Clinical Medicine
101-150
Public Health
101-150
Education
101-150
Economics
151-200
Political Sciences
151-200
Key Statistics
12781
Total Enrollment
16.0%
International Students
6134
Undergraduate Enrollment
/
International Students
6647
Graduate Enrollment
/
International Students
Programs
Undergraduate Programs
American Studies
Anthropology
Applied Physics
Arabic
Archaeology
Architectural Studies
Art History
Asian Studies
Astrophysics
Biochemistry
Biology
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Systems
Biopsychology
Biotechnology
Chemical Engineering
Chemical Physics
Chemistry
Child Development
Chinese
Civil Engineering
Classical Studies
Cognitive Science
Community Health
Computer Science
Computer Science
Drama
Economics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering - Architectural Studies
Engineering - Environmental Health
Engineering - General
Engineering Physics
Engineering Psychology
Engineering Psychology
Engineering Science
English
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Studies
French
Geological Sciences
Geology
German Language and Literature
German Studies
Greek
Greek and Latin Studies
History
Interdisciplinary Studies
International Letters and Visual Studies
International Relations
Italian Studies
Japanese
Judaic Studies
Latin
Latin American Studies
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Middle Eastern Studies
Music
Peace and Justice Studies
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Psychology/Clinical Concentration
Quantitative Economics
Religion
Russian and Eastern European Studies
Russian Language and Literature
Sociology
Spanish
Women'S Studies
Graduate Programs
Biology
Chemistry
Child Development
Drama
Education
History
History and Museum Studies
Mathematics
Occupational Therapy