How to Apply
You must apply to both the Peace Corps and the partnership graduate school(s) of your choice. The graduate school(s) and the Peace Corps will consider your applications separately.
To apply to an MI school, contact the school program that interests you to find out about specific application requirements, processes, and deadlines. Search our graduate schools database for more information about specific programs. Also, browse this website for more information about applying to the Peace Corps.
Graduate school requirements will vary. However, most programs require a bachelor's degree from an accredited college and the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), or its equivalent. Browse this website for more information about how to become a Peace Corps Volunteer.
Last updated May 22 2013
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