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Join a community of scholars researching, learning, and exploring in more than 150 diverse programs. We’ll help you find your graduate program and show you the next steps to apply. 

Graduate Programs

Get Ready to Apply

We’ll help connect you to requirements, give you the deadlines and share the steps to apply to your specific program at the UO. Learn more about the admissions process and find what is needed to reach your goals.

Cost of Attendance and Funding Opportunities

Calculate tuition, estimate costs, and discover resources to help finance your path.

Finance Your Path

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doctoral students are supported through Graduate Employee (GE) positions

Graduate Employees

Graduate employees (GEs) earn salaries, receive generous benefits, and access teaching opportunities. Find out about current openings, orientation programs, and what you need to know if you are awarded a position.

GE Information

Graduate students
Master's Students
doctoral Students
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Get Curious

Brad Wilkins, UO alumnus and director of the Oregon Performance Research Laboratory, and PhD student Mira Schoeberlein work to elevate human performance.

Read Pushing Human Limits

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Time to Your Degree

We know your time is important and we’ll help you finish your degree quickly.

5 Years
average time to doctoral degree


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International Students

Of the approximately 3,000 graduate students at the University of Oregon, 17% are international students.

Learn More About Our Global Community

Visit our International Student Portal

New Students and Orientations

The Division of Graduate Studies hosts a series of events for newly admitted students. You’ll meet fellow graduate students, gather valuable information, and find resources and opportunities at the UO.

Getting Started


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Campus and Community

Explore beautiful scenery, connect with a community of scholars, and discover why Oregon is a great place to live. 

Resources to Help You Succeed