A FLEXIBLE, SUPPORTIVE ATMOSPHERE
WUSTL invites exploration and individuality while challenging students to learn and create new knowledge.
Undergraduates at Washington University may take classes in any of the university’s schools open to undergraduates, regardless of their school or major. For more information about the different schools and degree programs as well as our different interdisciplinary initiatives, please visit the Academics & Schools page.
Washington University is a leading research institution, and students are encouraged to pursue research interests. Undergraduate and graduate students often engage with faculty and programs across the university as they pursue their education, and faculty often collaborate with students on significant research projects in the studio, in the laboratory or in the field. In addition to faculty research, there are also special research programs available. For more information about please visit the Research page.
International and Study Abroad
The university seeks to creatively address the opportunities and the challenges of our global society through developing our international networks and programs to benefit undergraduates, graduate and professional students and faculty.
Undergraduate and graduate students may enhance their education by international study and research. To learn more about Washington University’s international engagement and opportunities, please visit the Global Engagement page.
The staff members of the two on-campus career centers provide advising and can help undergraduate and graduate students hone their internship and job-seeking skills.