The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences supports students in exploring options for financing their education. Both international students and U.S. citizens are automatically considered for scholarships at the time of admission.
The majority of our master’s students will receive some form of scholarship. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers several merit and need-based scholarships. Some programs will offer paid course assistantships. We can direct you to loans and payment plans. We will work with you on service-based scholarships such as City Year and AmeriCorps.
Funding includes a competitive fellowship, a full-tuition scholarship, and health insurance benefits for five years.
A postbaccalaureate from Brandeis expands your professional skills and prepares you for further academic study. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers merit and need-based scholarships for select programs. Some programs will offer paid course assistantships.
Anthropology PhD candidate Amy Hanes, MA'11, investigates the meaning of care. Her dissertation research has taken her deep into the forests of Cameroon, where she has spent months caring for orphaned Chimpanzees. Read about her experience and listen to a podcast about her research.