The Graduate School enrolls a number of students from other institutions who apply to follow specific academic objectives including enrolling in Princeton graduate courses, conducting advanced research as part of a collaborative research relationship, consulting with our faculty or using special research collections, or some combination of these.
Typically, non-degree students are enrolled for one term or, at most one academic year. There are several types of non-degree students, depending on the student’s proposed plan of study, and a number of inter-institutional programs through which students can come to Princeton.
DAAD-German Academic Exchange Services
Ecole Normale Superieure Paris (ENS)*
Foundation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (Sciences Po)*
Freie Universitaet Berlin
Humboldt-Princeton Exchange Program*
Oxford-Princeton Exchange Program*
Scuola Normale Superiore (SNS)**
University of Tokyo Exchange Program***
Visiting Student Research Collaborator
*Princeton graduates applying to participate in these programs should also use this application. Applicants who are applying as a Qualifying or Visiting Student should use the regular electronic application and apply during the normal admission season adhering to the department deadlines.
**Applicants applying to this program should select "Other" on the application and list SNS.
***Applicants applying to this program should select "Other" on the application and list Tokyo.