Cost & Financial Aid

Financial aid and assistantships

If you are a top student with excellent academic records and strong potential to make valuable contributions to teaching and research, you can earn financial assistance as a graduate or teaching assistant. Full financial assistance pays tuition fees, student health insurance, and a 12-month stipend.

*Please note: The number of assistantships vary from year to year based on the previous two-years admission cohorts. Applying for an assistantship does not guarantee you will be awarded one.

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