Claremont Graduate University (CGU) in California offers students the opportunity to study a graduate degree program, with the freedom to tailor their degree to fit their specific interests. The highly specialised nature of the programs, in combination with a faculty of internationally known scholars and small intake sizes, means students gain the skills needed to solve pressing real-world problems and build meaningful careers.
The specialised programs allow students to take courses outside of their field of study and even combine programs to pursue an advanced degree. As part of their study, students may also choose to focus on a practice-based program, where they can work in the field as they learn, such as through researching and publishing with leading faculty, completing internships, and participating in required practical lessons.
CGU offers three intakes per year and the opportunity to study across three semesters yearly. Also available is their International Fellows Program, Modules 1 and 2, designed for students who are unable to meet the language requirements of their preferred degree and want to develop their skills further before commencing their graduate program.