Our campus is only steps away from one of the world’s most important medical research centers, the Longwood Medical Area, which makes it a convenient source of biomedical-related co-ops and networking opportunities. There is also an area by the South Boston waterfront known as the Innovation District, designed as an urban environment that fosters innovation, collaboration, and entrepreneurship. With the nearby financial district and easy access to the region’s famed Route 128 high-tech highway, Wentworth students are ideally positioned to take advantage of all the opportunities Boston has to offer.
Boston is also a world-class center of art and culture. You can walk to the Museum of Fine Arts or Symphony Hall. Shop on Newbury Street or in the Copley Place Mall. Stroll through the city’s many recreational areas or the quiet parks of the Emerald Necklace. Watch a game at Fenway Park, the nearby home to Boston’s beloved Red Sox. The area’s transit system—the “T”—connects you to the vibrancy of Harvard Square, the North End, Beacon Hill, the Charles River, the theater district, and the waterfront. Walk the historic Freedom Trail. Catch an indie band in Central Square. Or take a ferry to Cape Cod’s beaches. From the Berkshires in Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the skiing trails in Vermont, New England affords endless opportunities for recreation, reflection, and relaxation—all merely a day trip away.