The Catholic University welcomes graduate applications from international students.
The pages on this section of the website will provide you with information about how to apply and how to finance your education. If you need assistance during the process, please contact our office.
International students must follow certain guidelines when applying to study in the United States. Our staff will help you every step of the way.Learn More
All students from countries and areas where English is not the common, spoken language (even if the student already is a resident of the United States) must have a practical understanding of spoken and written English.Learn More
Certain academic documents are required for international students to apply.Learn More
A visa is a permit placed in your passport by a U.S. Embassy or Consulate official that gives you permission to travel to the United States.Learn More
Find out how to document your financial support and learn more about tuition, fees, and scholarships.Learn More
All newly arrived international students and scholars whose immigration status is sponsored by Catholic University are required to attend and orientation session with International Student and Scholar Services.Learn More