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We strive to enroll a diverse student body and encourage applications from individuals with a wide variety of educational, cultural, and professional backgrounds. We seek students with the passion needed to solve society’s most complex challenges and we aim to provide them with the knowledge and skills to do so.

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Application Requirements

The Office of Admissions is here to help at every step of the application process. Find details about the materials and requirements necessary to apply for our McCourt programs.

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Application Deadlines

Learn about important admissions dates and deadlines for our McCourt programs.

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Tuition & Scholarships

A McCourt School education is an investment in your future. Learn more about McCourt’s tuition, scholarships, and other sources of financial assistance.

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Admissions Events

The McCourt School will continue with virtual events as long as COVID-19 remains a public health threat. We look forward to connecting with you online!

McCourt Ambassadors

McCourt’s public policy program is one of the most rigorous quantitative curriculums in the United States.

It felt like McCourt spoke to me – the curriculum, the faculty, the location.

It was clear how passionate McCourt students are about creating positive change in the world, and I wanted to be a part of that service-oriented community.

Students at commencement ceremony in 2018
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Class Profile

Wondering who our McCourt students are and where they’re going? Learn more details about our students.

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International Applicants

The McCourt School welcomes applicants from all nations. We have listed some resources that may be helpful to international students throughout the application process.

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Admissions FAQ & Contact Us

You have questions. The McCourt School Admissions team has answers. Check out our frequently asked questions page for helpful information.

Diversity and Inclusion

The McCourt School recognizes the importance of having diverse perspectives, life experiences, and traditions in building a public policy school for the 21st century.