Financial Aid & Tuition
Doctoral students who are accepted to our program usually receive financial support (tuition and stipend) for their entire period of study, provided their performance is satisfactory.
A unique feature of our doctoral program is support during the first year from University Fellowships; this financial independence gives beginning graduate students the freedom to explore various topics with different faculty members. For the 2014-2015 academic year, the tuition plus stipend amounts to $69,300 (tuition: $37,600, stipend: $31,700). Exceptional students receive financial supplements from the School of Engineering & Applied Science in addition to their University Fellowship.
After their first year, students are usually appointed Assistants in Research, and their tuition support and stipend come from the grants and contracts of their faculty research advisors.