This year, the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) is working to expand our reach and attract new and diverse prospective graduate students to our community of sustainability leaders. As part of that effort, we are now waiving the application fee for all applicants to remove the financial barriers for students interested in exploring graduate school.
Solve urgent environmental challenges at the University of Michigan: The University of Michigan's School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) offers the most comprehensive and integrated academic environmental programs in the nation, and we hope you consider joining us! Our interdisciplinary emphasis joins natural and social scientists, designers and engineers and provides the intellectual challenges and scientific experiences that will prepare you to be a leader and agent of environmental change. SEAS students are guided by faculty who are leaders in their fields.
This year, to eliminate financial barriers that can discourage qualified applicants, we are waiving the application fee for all applicants.
What makes SEAS different?
- Our interdisciplinary approach joins natural and social scientists, designers, policy makers, engineers, and other disciplines from across campus. We bring together diverse backgrounds, programs, majors, and student activities to inspire critical thinking and creative problem solving.
- You'll get hands-on experience to transform knowledge into impact. SEAS combines classroom learning with innovative teaching at our impressive network of natural areas, and around the world through individually tailored research projects and internships.
- You'll enjoy all the benefits of a tightly-knit community within a world-class research university. You'll be guided by faculty who are renowned scholars in their fields, and join a worldwide community–more than 8,000 strong–of students, alumni, researchers, and partners.
- SEAS has been a pioneer in environmental education for a century. From establishing environmental justice as a field in the 1960s and hosting the nation’s first Earth Day in the 1970s, to tackling today’s grand challenges of food and water security, climate change, and species loss, our global community champions bold ideas for a better future.
Start the online application today.
If you are looking to take the next step toward a professional path with lifelong impact, we invite you to apply to SEAS. Join us in our commitment to creating a more just and sustainable world.
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