Continuing your education with graduate school

Rose-Hulman graduates are excellent candidates for graduate school. Some choose to go directly into graduate school (close to 20%), while others enter the workforce first and continue their education later (about 50-75%) - often with their employer paying for it. If your plans call for graduate school right away, whether it's a master's degree or Ph.D., the pages in this section will help you with the testing, application and selection process. Download and print out our Applying to Graduate School booklet for a handy reference tool at your fingertips.

Graduate School Fair, Mon. October 21, 2013

thumbnail - Pay OffWill more schooling really pay off?

Find out how a graduate degree could have a long-term impact on your career.

 

thumbnail - How Long to ApplyHow long does it take to apply?

Applying to graduate school can take several months and it can even impact your undergraduate course selection. Check out our suggested grad school timeline.

thumbnail - Online ResourcesChoosing the right graduate school

Which school specializes in your area? Where are your best research opportunities? Who has the best fellowships? And other important factors to consider as you choose a graduate school.

 

thumbnail - Entrance ExamsMaking sense of the ABCs of entrance exams

It's true. There are many different graduate school entrance exams and it can be confusing when the initials fly around. Find out which exam is needed for the degree you're seeing.

thumbnail - choosing a grad schoolAdditional graduate school resources

We've also provided links to some great resources as you choose a graduate school and prepare for entrance exams.

 

thumbnail - Meet Grad School RepsMeet with grad school reps in person

Each fall Rose-Hulman hosts a Graduate School Fair so you can ask questions directly.