For the most current tuition and financial aid information for the Master of Arts in Asia Pacific Studies (MAPS) Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at USF, please click here.
Scholarships, Fellowships, and Assistantships
All applicants are considered for a limited number of partial tuition scholarships at the time of admission review. In addition, the program offers a number of second-year Fellowships. Some Fellowships involve work with the USF Center for Asia Pacific Studies; others are working Fellowships at San Francisco Bay Area nonprofit organizations. While enrolled in the program, students may also apply for competitive Teaching Assistantships and Research Assistantships.
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It is recommended that applicants to the MAPS program apply for one of the National Security Education Program (NSEP) Fellowships sponsored by the U.S. Federal government. A significant number of MAPS students have been awarded NSEP fellowships to date, giving USF a high national ranking in number of such fellowships received.
McLaren Research Fellowships
Students who apply to the MAPS/MBA joint program may apply for McLaren Research Fellowships, which offer a 50% tuition scholarship and an annual stipend.
A large number of employers in the San Francisco Bay Area offer employee tuition reimbursement, and a significant number of MAPS students have received such employer assistance. Please check with your Human Resources representative to learn if your employer offers a tuition reimbursement plan. USF can accommodate certain requirements, such as grade submission, of employer plans.
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