What is the NUin program?

NUin is a program where students accepted to Northeastern University go abroad for the first semester. After the first semester, the students return back and are "normal" university students. The first semester is considered a transfer semester.

Northeastern University has an official website, although it may be up at all times:


Do my grades matter in NUin?

When you transfer back to the main Northeastern University campus (Boston), your NUin semester's grades are counted as transfer credits. You will not have a GPA, but the credits count as long as you scored a C or above.

What are the locations offered by NUin?

In 2022, the locations were

  • Mills College, Bay Area, USA,
  • New College of the Humanities, London, England
  • Berlin, Germany
  • American College of Thessaloníki (ACT), Thessaloniki, Greece
  • University College of Dublin (UCD), Dublin, Ireland
  • Rome, Italy
  • Glasgow, Scotland
  • Bilbao, Spain
  • Madrid, Spain