BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY MERIT- AND NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences is one of four graduate schools on campus; due to the relatively small size of the graduate programs, our faculty and staff members are able to give individualized attention to ensure that students receive rigorous training and mentored support as they master a discipline and prepare for future careers. Faculty members are honored annually with Fulbright and Guggenheim Fellowships, National Institutes of Health and other national and international awards, professional memberships and National Science Foundation Grants. Several faculty members are recipients of the MacArthur Fellowship, also known as a “Genius Grant.”

To help students make graduate school possible for students in our two-year program, Brandeis makes available special scholarships, based on merit and need. The typical award for a two-year computational linguistics master’s students is a 50% tuition scholarship.  For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/XJKWnd
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