Admission to Graduate Study at CUM is competitive and is based on an overall evaluation of your credentials including past academic performance, test scores (if required) and practical experience. To be eligible for either a certificate or degree program, you must have earned the equivalent of a US bachelor's degree. The Office of Graduate Admissions handles the application processing and grants admission via the academic department.
CUM welcomes applications from prospective graduate students who have three-year Bologna-compliant undergraduate degrees. Applicants who hold these credentials will be evaluated for regular admission on a case-by-case basis. They may be admitted conditionally if they require further preparation for graduate study. Please consult the departmental web pages to learn more about graduate admissions expectations and standards in your field of study.
For further instructions, and to apply, see Applying to CUM.