You can afford graduate school. Brandeis is committed to helping students whose records indicate scholarly promise.
An investment in a master’s degree can enhance your skills in the workplace, make you more marketable, and increase your salary. For students who plan to pursue a doctoral degree, the master’s at Brandeis provides an important credential. It is important to determine the value that you place on such a degree: is this program credential-building professional development, or is it preparation for further study? With your goals in mind, our Office of Financial Aid will work with you to help you to realize the greatest return on your educational investment.
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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. Students enrolled in the B.A./M.A. program are considered undergraduate students in their senior year, thus they receive aid from the undergraduate financial aid office. In the fifth year, the Brandeis Alumni Scholarship (25% scholarship) is granted. No additional aid is awarded.For more detailed information on financing your education, please visit the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Website.