Is the continuation of your academic career your next step? If you’re thinking about going to graduate school, your first two steps should be to talk to your academic advisor and pay a visit to your campus career center. They will help you to learn how to identify programs that match your interests and goals and get you started in the application process. Study, work, internships or research abroad are commonly integrated into US-based graduate degree programs, and students often use the opportunity to return to their learning abroad country or explore a different one. We recommend planning your international experience early on in your graduate degree program in order to make sure that the work you do overseas relates directly to your degree requirements.
Graduate Programs and Search Engines
The following list is not exhaustive, and inclusion does not imply endorsement.
- Association of Professional Schools in International Affairs
- Peterson's Higher Ed Guides
- National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
- GradSchools.com (US)
- Gradschools.com (International)
- SIT graduate programs