Graduate students are finding an exciting environment for meeting the challenges of advanced study at UMBC, a major center for graduate education and research in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., corridor. UMBC is in the top tier of research universities nationally with one of the highest classifications given by the Carnegie Foundation: Doctoral/ Research University (High Research Activity). Young and dynamic, the university is small enough to provide personal attention, yet large enough to provide state-of-the-art facilities and the finest of faculty.
In 2014 the Department of Education started requiring higher educational institutions to provide cost, debt and, if relevant, employment data on post baccalaureate certificates. To find out more please visit our landing page.
Orientation for New Graduate Students for Spring orientation will be held Thursday, January 15, 2015. We will be posting a registration link for Orientation soon. Please check back.
Information about the IES International Rules and Policy Meeting is available here. The International Rules and Policy Meeting is compulsory for all new international students that hold an F-1 visa. The International Rules and Policy Meeting is meant to welcome new students to UMBC, share important information, and help you meet staff at UMBC that will help you with concerns related to your immigration status and well-being.If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Information Technology program is now available as a Master in Professional Studies degree! Apply now for early consideration through our online application.
The Commencement Newsletter is available for all graduates during Fall Commencement.
The new Graduate Assistant Handbook is now available for download.
In addition to the TOEFL exam, UMBC is accepting the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) tests. The minimum entrance level for students wishing to study at UMBC is 6.5. Graduate programs may require a higher score for study in their area. Consult your academic program’sGraduate Program Director for further information.