Non-residents of the United States are welcome to apply to the program and are encouraged to plan well in advance of the application deadlines. In addition to fulfilling the requirements for degree-seeking status, applicants should also submit 1) evidence of English proficiency using one of the options below; 2) additional financial and immigration documentation listed on the International Admissions Department graduate application checklist. These additional documents can be sent directly to the English Department graduate office.
Please note that the English proficiency requirements for the graduate English Department are different than those noted on the International Admissions site for general University admission because higher scores in the writing component are linked to successful completion of coursework in the field of literary studies. Score reports for either exam must be sent to St. Thomas directly from the testing center, and may not be more than two years old.
Mailing Address for Transcripts, Letters of Recommendation, and International Student Documentation
English Department Graduate Office
Mail JRC 333
University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105-1096
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