Why UMass Global
University of Massachusetts Global is a fully accredited, private, nonprofit university designed for working adults seeking to improve their careers through education. With many programs offered online as well as on-campus at our 25+ locations, UMass Global is here to help you reach your educational goals.
Students Just Like You
Every year more than 13,000 students enjoy the benefits of attending a university that revolves around the success of individuals just like you. Our programs, schedules and faculty were chosen to ensure your success.
Succeed at UMass Global
UMass Global is committed to providing a learning environment geared for the working adult student with flexible formats, relevant curriculum and myriad student services ad resources. Student success is our number one goal.
Ways to Get Started
Proven ResultsHigh graduation rates, high student and alumni satisfaction and low student loan default rates mean our students thrive in their programs and have the outcomes to prove it.
The fact that Brandman University* was a not-for-profit school, really sealed the deal for me. I wanted to be able to attend a college, where I knew that my money, my tuition, was being used for the school and not being paid to the shareholders.
The distinguished faculty at Brandman* and their dedication to their students as well as the administration have made it possible for us students to overcome the challenges we faced and helped us bring our educational goals to fruition.
Obtaining an MBA always was on my bucket list, however, until I found Brandman* I was facing large loans and a strict school regiment. The flexibility of Brandman’s* program along with Kia’s tuition assistance made the perfect combination. An MBA gave me the self-confidence to trust my ideas and question conventional thinking.
I would recommend Brandman* for a quality education to anyone. I know the faculty is absolutely committed to a quality education. They’ll make sure that you’ll get what you’re coming there for, the knowledge you need.
Going back to school helped me get out of my comfort zone. It helped me get past the ‘we’ve always done it that way’ mentality. I learned that I needed to innovate personally, professionally and to help other become more innovative.