WNE ranks in the Top 100 Undergraduate Engineering Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
WNE is ranked in the top 3% in Best Value Schools by U.S. News & World Report
WNE ranks #113 in the United States for Social Mobility by U.S. News & World Report.
What courses are offered?
WNE has over 50 academic majors and 30 minors courses from which you can choose. You can also join their exploratory program which will help you choose your course through a series of hands-on projects; internships and experiential learning; faculty-led study abroad; and research and presentation.Learn More Now
WNE offers a range of master's, doctoral, and combined degree programs for students seeking to advance their careers. You can combine your interests in business, engineering, law, or pharmacy by pursuing two degrees through the combined degree programs.Learn More Now
WNE offers JD in three years of studying in their full-time program. Working professionals also have an option of a four-year part-time program. The School of Law at WNE offers an LLM in Elder Law and Estate Planning for attorneys.Learn More Now
The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers a four-year professional program leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree and the three-year entry-level Doctor of Occupational Therapy program. Dual Pharmacy/Business programs are also offered in collaboration with the College of Business.Learn More Now
WNE offers over 90 undergraduate and postgraduate academic programs through the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, Pharmacy, and School of Law. The university is known for its excellent geographic location, small class sizes, personalized attention, and commitment to preparing students for their careers.
You can explore a wide range of activities in WNE, with over 70 clubs and organizations to choose from. From Hackerspace to the Entrepreneurship Club, the Society for Women Engineers to the Management Association, Western New England University has a place that's just right for you
At WNE, your first year is about welcoming you to their community, so you will share a traditional room in their campus Quad. Sophomore year you can live in suites to expand your connections. Junior and senior years you will spend in apartments and townhouses as you learn to cook and manage a household as you prepare for life after Western New England University.
WNE has a warm and welcoming community and takes personal interest in the success of international students. Their International Admissions counselors work closely with their Office of International Student and Scholar Services on matters relating to immigration as well as academic, social, financial, and personal concerns relevant to daily life in the United States.