How to Apply
The online application
for graduate study beginning in the Spring of 2015 and beyond is now available.
Please refer to the application instructions,
which provide essential information to enable you to complete your application accurately and thoroughly.
Applications to all graduate and certificate programs include:
- Application for admission
- Scanned copies of all college transcripts
- Letters of Recommendation: One for certificate programs, two
for the engineering management program, and three for all other
- Personal statement elaborating on your reasons for wanting
to pursue graduate study at Tufts
- Application fee of $75* (non-refundable)
All materials (with the exception of test scores) should be submitted electronically.
Please refer to the application instructions.
*The application fee is waived only for current Tufts undergraduate
and graduate students; students in Tufts certificate programs;
Project 1000 applicants; AmeriCorps and Peace Corps volunteers;
City Year and Teach For America Corp members; GEM fellows; and
IRT, Leadership Alliance, and McNair Scholars. Gordon Institute
M.S.E.M. applicants who attend an information session will be
granted a fee waiver.
No other fee waivers are considered.
All programs require a bachelor's degree. See the
requirements for individual programs (.pdf) for additional requirements.
Materials submitted in support of your application must be accurate.
Any information determined to be erroneous or incomplete may cause a
student's association with Tufts to be immediately terminated. All
materials submitted in support of an application become the property
of Tufts University, and neither originals nor copies of this
material will be returned or sent to a third party.
Credentials received without an application form and fee are
retained for only three months from date of receipt.
Studio art applicants should go to
www.smfa.edu and apply using
the online M.F.A. application. Separate applications (including
fees) are required if you apply to more than one graduate program.
The Graduate Career Advancement Program (GCAP) application
form is online and can be accessed by