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The Master of Science in International and Development Economics Program offers a limited number of merit-based scholarships to incoming students on a competitive basis. This department-based assistance ranges from $2,600 to $15,000. All applicants, both U.S. and international students, are considered for these scholarships when the applications are reviewed. There is no separate application for this type of financial assistance.
Teaching and Research Assistantships
The International and Development Economics Program offers several teaching and research assistantships to qualified students after their first semester of graduate studies.
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