Graduate Schools

Fellowships by School

Each of the schools offer specific information on aid, fellowships, assistantships, and scholarships. Learn more about what each school offers by visiting the websites below.

  • Graduate School–New Brunswick


    Most Ph.D. students applying for admission to the programs in the Graduate School–New Brunswick are provided with one to five years of support at the time of an offer of admission. The forms of support include fellowships, teaching assistantships, graduate research assistantships, or a combination of these. All of these forms of support include remission of tuition. Teaching and research assistantships also provide remission of student fees and health benefits. Learn more >

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Graduate School of Education


    The GSE has several scholarship and fellowship programs that are administered and awarded within the school. These programs are competitive, but qualified students are encouraged to apply. Awards typically range from $500 to $3,000 annually.
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  • Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy



    The Bloustein School offers many opportunities for funding and support to qualified students in its graduate urban planning, public policy, and doctoral programs. Merit-based aid is awarded to students in several forms. Financial aid packages may be for a single year, or multiyear, and may combine university, school, and outside sources. Learn more >

     

  • Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy




    The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy offers several fellowship opportunities for graduate students and postdocs. You can find opportunities for Rutgers-sponsored programs, government programs, foundation opportunities, and other programs. Learn more >


  • Mason Gross School of the Arts
 



    Graduate fellowships, scholarships, teaching assistantships, departmental assistantships, and internships are available for qualified graduate students. Additionally, Mason Gross offers scholarships to outstanding students based on their artistic merit. Learn more >

  • Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick
 



    The Rutgers Business School offers a general graduate scholarship fund and other annual and endowed scholarship funds with the private support of individuals, foundations, and corporations.
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  • School of Communication and Information
 



    The School of Communication and Information offers a unique fellowship program for outstanding master's students to gain a better understanding of the critical role of communication in professional practice through classroom learning and real world experience. Learn more >

  • School of Engineering
 



    Learn about the types of financial support available to graduate students in the School of Engineering, including a list of external fellowships. Learn more >

  • School of Management and Labor Relations




    The School of Management and Labor Relations offers the Beyster Professorship and Fellowship in employee ownership and shared capitalism and several other related fellowships.
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  • School of Social Work




    The School of Social Work offers scholarships and fellowships created by family, friends, and alumni to support their students. Learn more >

  • Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
 



    The Graduate School of Professional and Applied Psychology offers scholarships, stipends, and assistantships, and has information on other sources of aid. Learn more >

  • College of Nursing
 



    The College of Nursing offers scholarships, fellowships, and awards to graduate students based on academic performance and need. Learn more >

  • School of Criminal Justice
 



    Numerous scholarship opportunities are available to graduate students in the School of Criminal Justice. Fellowships include an annual Rutgers Dissertation Fellowship Award as well as several other privately funded fellowships.
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School of Law–Newark
 



    The Newark law school offers a wide array of scholarship opportunities to support our students. These awards are provided through the generosity of alumni and friends of the law school, and from funds allocated by the law school. All admitted students are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships as part of the admissions process. Learn more >

  • School of Public Affairs and Administration
 



    Most School of Public Affairs and Administration students finance their MPA degree through working with the Office of Financial Aid, using loans to pay for each semester and then repaying over an extended period of time. A number of scholarships are available to SPAA students to help finance their degree.
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Graduate School–Camden
 



    The Graduate School–Camden offers a limited amount of scholarships and assistantships. Graduate directors will determine who will be awarded the assistantships as well as what amount (if any) they will be given. Learn more >

  • School of Business–Camden
 



    The School of Business–Camden offers a limited number of merit scholarships. These scholarships are awarded upon admission into the program. They do not offer research assistantships. Some full-time students work for faculty as research assistants on a part-time, hourly basis.
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School of Law–Camden
 



    The Camden law school offers several academic merit scholarships, depending on a student’s combined cumulative undergraduate grade point average and LSAT score. These awards are funded by the law school and are designed to support the educational expenses of a full-time entering student whose previous scholastic record and life experiences demonstrate a high potential for success in the law. Learn more >

  • Graduate School–Newark
 



    The Graduate School – Newark offers several fellowships, grants, and scholarships both offered through Rutgers and external opportunities. Learn more >