The cities of Boston and Cambridge have so many exciting things to offer! From museums to dancing, from visiting the historical sites of Boston to shopping, these cities have something for everyone!
Although Boston and Cambridge are considered "walking cities," it is also very common for residents of these cities to use public transportation: it is the easiest way to get around! For details and a map of the subway and bus system, please refer to www.mbta.com.
Boston and Cambridge enjoy four distinctly different seasons each year! While the winters can be cold and windy, the summers are typically hot and humid.Fall (September 21 - December 20);temperatures ranging from 46 - 60 degrees F (8 - 15 degrees C)
Winter (December 21 - March 20);temperatures ranging from 0 - 37 degrees F (-17 - 3 degrees C)
Spring (March 21 - June 20);temperatures ranging from 38 - 60 degree F (3 - 15 degrees C)
Summer (June 21 - September 20);temperatures ranging from 60-95 degrees F (15 - 35 degrees C)
If you love basketball, hockey, baseball, soccer, or American football, Boston is the city for you! The city has a professional team for each of these sports. The "Celtics" is the basketball team; the "Bruins" is the hockey team; the "Red Sox" is the baseball team; the "Patriots" is the American football team; and The "New England Revolution" is the soccer team. To view the game schedule of each of these teams, please refer to:
The websites below provide extensive information for various events and activities offered within the greater Boston area.
International Student Services Office
Insights from Students
Living in Boston/Cambridge
Student Life and Academic Development
International Student Orientation