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Clark is home to an exceptionally diverse community of students, representing more than 80 countries around the world.

Academic Excellence. Global Reach. Career Advantage.

Students from around the world choose Clark University for our globally ranked and recognized graduate programs that deliver the knowledge, skills, and confidence to succeed.

Since our founding in 1887, Clark has built a reputation for rigorous academics, hands-on learning, and research that addresses the social and scientific challenges facing the world today.

Why Choose Clark University for Graduate Study?

  • Clark’s traditional New England campus is a beautiful place to live and study
  • Our programs are highly ranked by global ranking organizations
  • Small class sizes allow you to connect one-on-one with world-renowned faculty practitioners who are experts in their fields
  • Personalized career services, and assistance with professional development, employment, and internships
  • A wide range of STEM degree programs that deliver practical skills and career opportunities
  • Support for international students, and a welcoming campus environment that embraces diversity and inclusion
  • Generous tuition scholarships – no application necessary


Clark is "Home" to Our International Graduate Community

Clark is ‘Home’ to Our International Graduate Community

Graduate students from around the world come together in a supportive community they refer to as “home.”

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STEM Degrees

International students who earn a degree from a STEM-designated program may be eligible to stay in the United States for up to three years after graduation. Clark offers a range of graduate programs that have earned STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) designations from the federal government.

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Worcester Living

The second-largest city in New England, Worcester offers a thriving cultural and culinary scene. More than 20 percent of the city’s population comprises immigrants — Worcester continues to be a vibrant place to live and learn.

Contact Information

Graduate Admissions

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  • Graduate Admissions
    122 Woodland Street
    Worcester, MA 01610

  • Office hours by appointment only.

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