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17 Jan PhD scholarships! Fully Funded!



This video describes FULLY Funded PhD Programs with a focus on: International Relations and International Development

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PhD Sample programs mentioned in video:
American University, School of International Service, PhD in International Relations (Washington, DC) All those admitted to the SIS PhD program as full-time students and who maintain good progress toward completing the degree are granted a Dean’s Fellowship in each of the first four years of study, unless a student opts to waive financial aid.

Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, PhD in Sustainable Development (New York, NY)

Full-tuition fellowships with stipends are available for all admitted students who are not already sponsored by their governments, employers, or a foundation. The fellowships are open to all admitted students regardless of citizenship.

Stanford University, Department of Political Science, PhD in Political Science (Focus in International Relations) (Stanford, CA)

The department offers a standard package, consisting of a stipend and the payment of tuition and fees, to most incoming students. Both domestic and international students are eligible for this standard package. Although the Department cannot formally guarantee support beyond the first year, it expects to continue to provide an additional four years of support to students making satisfactory academic progress. This assistance normally covers the full cost of tuition and an additional amount for living expenses during the academic year. The latter amount is usually in the form of a stipend, teaching assistantship, or research assistantship.

University of California Berkeley, Department of Political Science, PhD in Political Science (Subfield in International Relations) (Berkeley, CA)

The Political Science department supports its graduate students through a combination of department fellowships, university multiyear fellowships, and teaching and research assistantships. Most incoming students are awarded five years of funding support consisting of fees and non-resident tuition, and student health insurance. All funding packages are contingent on meeting minimum academic and residency requirements throughout the tenure of support. United States citizens and Permanent Residents are required to achieve California residency by the end of their first year in California to receive continued fee support.

University of Chicago, Department of Political Science, PhD in Political Science (Focus in International Relations) (Chicago, IL)

Most successful applicants receive a University fellowship. Currently the fellowship offers are tuition plus $23,000 annually in stipend and teaching salary. The fellowship also includes University student health insurance and four summer grants in the amount of $3,000 each. In the third through fifth year of these fellowships, a portion of the stipend award comprises teaching service for the College.

University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, PhD in International Studies (Denver, CO)
The Josef Korbel School provides a three year full tuition waiver and living stipend for most applicants accepted to the doctoral program. In addition, doctoral candidates can take advantage of opportunities to serve as research assistants at the Josef Korbel School.

University of Guelph, PhD in International Development Studies (Guelph, Ontario, Canada)

PhD students who are accepted at the University of Guelph are guaranteed a minimum stipend of $17,500 per year over three years of full-time study.

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