Attending Graduate School

If pursuing a graduate or professional degree after graduating from Luther, the Career Center strongly encourages you to have a discussion with your academic advisor, a major professor, and/or a counselor in the Career Center. The process of selecting a degree program, researching possible institutions, and navigating the application process can be complicated. Whether you hope to continue your education in the U.S. or abroad, you'll find a number of valuable resources on this page to help you navigate the process.

Resources on Campus

  • Luther's Graduate School Resources—We have assembled a broad range of resources under the "Graduate School" section of our website. In addition to the resources on this page, we strongly encourage all students to visit this site as well. 

Additional Resources

  • International is an online portal for those looking to continue their education overseas. Financial information, study centers, internship programs, student immigration, health insurance, blogs, and more!
  • Peterson's Graduate Planner: International Student Edition—Get the advice and information you need to plan your education in the U.S. Sections include Get Started, Find a School, Prepare for Tests, and Pay for School.

Financial Aid

  • International Education Financial Aid—This site has information on financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for U.S. and international students wishing to study abroad.
  • The Luther College Dean's Office has links to searchable databases with information about fellowships and scholarships for international students