G International and Development Economics

Financial Aid

The International and Development Economics graduate program offers a limited number of fellowships and teaching assistantships on a competitive basis. This department-based assistance ranges from $2,600 to $15,000. Scholarships and assistantships are awarded according to academic achievement and academic potential. All applicants admitted to the program, both U.S. and international students, are considered for these scholarships and assistantships when the admission applications are reviewed. There is no separate application for this type of financial assistance.

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