Interested in attending Case Western Reserve University? With hundreds of programs, top-notch research opportunities and the chance to learn from—and get to know—distinguished faculty, you'll find just what you're looking for on our urban campus in Cleveland, Ohio.
Undergraduate students apply to Case Western Reserve University as a whole and are welcome—and encouraged—to take courses across the board, from biomedical engineering to dance, psychology to physics. Find out more about how you can become a part of our next class of outstanding students.
Graduate or professional, postdoc or research associate—three out of every five Case Western Reserve students are working toward advanced degrees from top-ranked programs in engineering, medicine, law, dentistry, social work, business, arts and sciences.
Some programs—including master's degrees and doctorates from biomedical sciences, Case School of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences, as well as doctorates in nursing, social welfare and management—call for applications through the central School of Graduate Studies.
Other students should apply for degrees from:
We are proud that a growing number of students from around the world are choosing Case Western Reserve. In fact, in the 2014-15 academic year, 10 percent of all undergraduate students and 19 percent of students overall are from outside the U.S.