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The University of Delaware traces its history back to 1743. With ten colleges offering over 150 undergraduate programs and over 170 graduate programs, UD is a nationally and internationally recognized research institution of higher learning.

Graduate CAP Programs

Through Graduate CAP, the University of Delaware offers admission to qualified international students with a condition: they must first improve their English language skills by attending the ELI.

Once Graduate CAP students meet the English language objectives required by their university programs, they begin their regular university coursework—and no TOEFL exam is required!

The University of Delaware’s graduate admissions process is decentralized. This means that admissions decisions are made by the individual department where your graduate program is located, and each program has its own specific requirements.

At this time, the graduate programs listed below accept Graduate CAP at the University of Delaware.

Graduate program list:

This list is always growing! Please check this page frequently as more graduate programs choose to participate in Graduate CAP.

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See a list of all graduate programs at the University of Delaware, with program descriptions

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