How Graduate Admissions Works at UM
Graduate admissions at UM is decentralized. Apply directly to the program you are considering. If you wish to apply for more than one program, you must complete two separate applications for each program.
 
General Admissions Requirements
While some programs may have special requirements for admission, most share basic requirements for a completed application. Check with your prospective school(s) or college(s) for more information on specific requirements for their applications.
 
Complete application
Transcript(s) of all past undergraduate and college work
Application fee
Letters of recommendation
Official score report for entrance exam:
 
GRE For most graduate programs
LSAT For law
MCAT For medical
GMAT For business
TOEFL For international students
 
International Students
International students must apply directly to the program(s) they are considering. For international students whose native language is not English, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required as well as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test.

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Medical and Law School Admissions
Both the Miller School of Medicine and the School of Law conduct a separate admissions process within their respective programs. Visit the medical school admissions website or the law admissions website for more on how to apply.
 
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