The European Institute offers financial support to its students, including tuition assistance to qualified students, competitive conference grants and grants to conduct research in Europe, and employment opportunities to select students.
Students are also able to apply for financial aid through the Graduate School of the Arts (GSAS).
The European Institute offers tuition remission to highly qualified students, decided at the time of admission.
Students who wish to be considered for tuition remission are encouraged to apply for the MA program by January 18, 2019 (early application deadline for Fall 2019 admission).
The European Institute has student employment opportunities available each semester. These positions can be work-study or non-work-study positions. Please contact the Program Manager for more details.
Students who are US citizens or permanent residents can review information to apply for federal work-study funding.
The European Institute offers competitive grants for students to conduct thesis research in Europe.
For more information, please view the Thesis Grants page.
Research & Travel Grants
The European Institute offers research and travel grants to students to support their research or conference travel.
For more information, please view the Research & Travel Grants page.
GSAS students have access to fellowship databases and additional resources, which can be viewed from the GSAS website on External Fellowships.
Students who are US citizens or eligible non-citizens admitted as at least a half-time student in a degree program can apply for US federal loans. For more information, please review the GSAS Guide to Applying for US Federal Loans.
International students are encouraged to review opportunities offered by the Fulbright Foreign Student Program.