BU not only has convenient transportation and an amazing campus near the Charles River but otherwise makes it easy for a student new to the area and relatively new to the country to survive and prosper. Students can find jobs on campus and have the opportunity to take great internships, developing their professional and personal acumen and qualifications. BU also has top-ranking faculty, facilities, and departments. Its faculty is eager to explore, research and examine thematic subjects important to humanity, which ensures that every student will have a decent education that benefits them for life.
Out of all the diverse subjects offered at BU, I am especially interested in the offerings in the field of Communication. The College of Communications' reputation precedes it, and consider acceptance there my primary goal, a place I have earned membership at through hard work and diligent enterprise. The College of Communication connects theory to practice so that students can understand and apply what they have learned. Communications alumni come back, giving speeches about their experience after graduating, discussing how their BU education helped them to gain an advantage in the increasingly competitive and increasingly diverse globalized market, teaching and tutoring the next generation of Boston University students. This makes me feel that, if I am accepted at Boston University, I would be connected not just to teachers and students but to an institution, a historical organization,