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Clemson University, in the northwest corner of South Carolina, is a Carnegie R1 University (Highest Research Activity) with a student enrollment of around 24,000, 20% of whom are graduate students.
The Graduate School offers 130 graduate-level degrees in 85 disciplines housed by seven colleges. Among Clemson’s most competitive graduate programs are automotive engineering; bioengineering; environmental engineering and science; biochemistry and molecular biology; environmental toxicology; business administration entrepreneurship; economics; international family and community studies; genetics and healthcare genetics; architecture and landscape architecture; and planning, design and the built environment.
All graduate students may apply for tuition remission in the form of teaching or research assistantships.
Graduate students at Clemson enjoy a friendly small-town atmosphere with scenic lakes and mountains nearby, and with easy driving access to larger cities.
One third of Clemson’s graduate population come from countries outside the U.S., and the campus community embraces and values its international scholars.