MAIA strives to make sure you can matriculate to a quality U.S. university within one year. We work with our partner universities to make that happen.
University of Massachusetts Boston
Boston University, Massachusetts (UMB) is MAIA's oldest university partner. The partnership established in 2009 allows more than 900 students to enroll in UMB from MAIA in undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
University of Delaware
The University of Delaware (UD) is one of the oldest universities in the United States. US News says UD is the 29th best public university in the United States. The university is located between New York and Washington, DC.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
The collaboration with the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (UMD) began in the spring of 2013. With some of the smaller programs they offer, MAIA students typically focus on dance, drama, graphic design and other art courses if they want to participate in UMD!
Bridgewater State University
Bridgewater State University (BSU) is the second largest public university in Massachusetts. The first students of the MAIA / BSU program enrolled in the fall of 2016! Areas of study include management, psychology, criminal justice, aviation management, education, and more.
Lesley University engages students in transformative education through active learning, scholarly research, diverse forms of artistic expression, and the integration of rigorous academics with practical, professional experience. Skills acquired at Lesley University lead to meaningful careers and continued learning that lasts a lifetime.
Founded in 1815, Nichols College transforms today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders through a dynamic, career-focused business and professional education. Focusing on the business skills needed for the leaders of tomorrow's companies, over 92% of Nichols 2016 class were employed or in graduate school within 6 months of graduation.
Framingham State University
Founded in 1839, Framingham State University is situated on 77 acres in Framingham, Massachusetts, about 20 miles west of Boston. Originally intended to train teachers, FSU has expanded quite a lot over the years.