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It is usually served by more than forty major airlines including international and domestic. Shuttle buses are available which provide service between the terminals of the airport and the local subway system.
The public transportation in Boston is the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority which is a system of buses, underground trains and trolleys which allow you to travel all over the city of Boston and the suburbs. To get to the campus directly, you can purchase a Charlie ticket and take the Silver Line bus from your terminal to the South Station. Bus services to Boston include bus lines such as Peter Pan and Greyhound. Whereas the rail service includes Amtrack as well as the commuter rail.
The university was founded in 1839 and is one of the largest independent and nonprofit universities. Boston University has highly ranked graduate schools like School of law, School of medicine, College of Engineering, School of management and School of education.
About Boston University
Boston University is one of Boston’s largest employers. It is a member of the Boston Consortium for Higher Education as well as the Association of American Universities. The university has seven Nobel Laureates who include Martin Luther King and nine academy award winners.
The Boston Area
The New England Aquarium is Boston’s most visited attraction and features a two hundred thousand gallon giant ocean tank, a vibrant jellyfish exhibit, a large penguin habitat as well as sea life from many corners of the world’s oceans. The Museum of Science is one of the world’s largest science centers and is a hands-on museum that features the first space capsule, a nano-technology exhibit, a giant lightning generator, a planetarium and an IMAX theater.