UofM Students

Graduate & Professional

Studying abroad as a graduate student can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Opportunities to conduct research, gain work experience through an internship, or enroll in unique course offerings can contribute meaningfully to your educational and career aspirations. However, the opportunities open to graduate students are limited compared to undergraduates, so it's important to plan ahead and take initiative. 

Follow these steps to find a program that matches your personal and curricular needs and fulfills your goals. 

Talk with Your Adviser & Department

Explore Your Options

Find Funding

Apply for Programs & Scholarships

Allow yourself plenty of time to complete program and scholarship applications or to make the necessary professional contacts to secure your own placement. Application deadlines range from three months to one year before the program start date.

Follow Required University of Minnesota Policy


Graduate Degrees Abroad

If you are interested in pursuing a graduate programs abroad, visit the graduate degrees abroad webpage.