Learn more about graduate education at Saint Louis University — from programs to admission to financial aid — and discover the opportunities available on campus and around the city of St. Louis.
Visiting Campus as a Graduate Student
The Office of Admission offers campus tours, led by current undergraduate students. While our undergraduate student tour guides may not be familiar with specific graduate programs, our campus tours are a great way to see where students attend classes, dine and spend their free time on SLU's north campus.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on campus tour availability.
We also invite you to use the link below to find contact information for your specific graduate program of interest. This is the best way to connect with faculty members and researchers regarding the details of the program.
Virtual Coffee Break
Take a virtual “coffee break” to chat with the graduate admission team. Whether you’re still exploring options or filling out your application, this Zoom meeting is your chance to ask questions about admission requirements, the application process and the benefits of a graduate education at Saint Louis University. We look forward to meeting you!
Virtual coffee breaks are noon-1 p.m. every Thursday from Feb. 22 to April 25. Use the same registration link for each meeting.
Webinar Series: Advancing Business in a Globally Connected World
In today’s globally connected world, successful decision-making often depends on how well one understands the complexities of the international business environment. For organizations to expand their global footprint successfully, business leaders must be adaptable problem solvers with a high degree of situational awareness and cultural intelligence. SLU’s Executive Master of International Business (EMIB) provides an integrative global perspective to prepare individuals who are ready to be strategic leaders in their organizations in the international arena. The international graduate business programs at SLU’s Chaifetz School of Business are ranked No. 1 in the region and No. 8 in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.