Applications for admission to the University of St. Thomas programs in Engineering and Technology Management are accepted on an on going basis; students may begin during any semester. All applications to the School of Engineering Graduate Programs must be done using our online application. The application fee is $50 with instructions for payment in the online application process.
Application for admission to the Graduate Program requires one to upload a resume.
During the application, candidates will be prompted to order their Official Transcripts and forward them to the following address:
University of St. Thomas
School of Engineering: Graduate Program Admissions
2115 Summit Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55105-1079
If you have questions about the application process, e-mail Joyce Taylor or better yet just call Joyce at 651-962-5756. You can also attend one of our regularly scheduled information sessions to learn directly from our faculty and staff about the St Thomas Engineering Graduate experience.
Many of our students take advantage of the educational credit reimbursement programs offered by their employers.
For those seeking other forms of support, graduate financial aid generally consists of loans to U.S. citizens. For more information, please contact the Graduate Financial Aid Office at 651-962-6550 or 800-328-6819 ext. 2-6550. A limited amount of work-study opportunities are available for interested students. Contact the School of Engineering office for available departmental opportunities and the Student Financial Services Office for campus-wide opportunities.
A number of international students are pursuing their graduate degree in Engineering and Technology Management. Recent international students represent China, India, Saudi Arabia, South America, and Lebanon.
Please see the International Admissions Graduate Application Checklist for important details on English proficiency, financial support documentation, and immigration paperwork requirements.
Financial Aid for International students: No direct financial aid is available to international graduate students. A limited amount of work-study opportunities may be available for eligible students. Contact the School of Engineering office for more information about these positions. Contact the Student Financial Services Office for campus-wide positions available.
Applications are due four months prior to the beginning of the semester in order to allow enough time to process the Visa. Any application for admission received after that time cannot be guaranteed adequate processing time.