Financial aid for master’s students varies by program, though most students are self-supported through a combination of scholarships, loans, outside funding, and/or assistantships. We encourage master's applicants to maximize funding sources:
Financial aid for master’s students varies by program, though most students are self-supported through a combination of scholarships, loans, outside funding, and/or assistantships.
We encourage you to simultaneously apply for outside scholarships and fellowships. ASPPH offers a comprehensive list of scholarship/fellowship opportunities.
- U.S. citizens and permanent residents are encouraged to apply for federal student loans using the FAFSA; international students should consider private loans.
- The Brown University graduate Federal School Code is E00058. Do not include the undergraduate Federal School Code of 003401.
- Please note our certificate program is not eligible for federal student loans, but can be financed with private loans.
- Our graduates benefit from strong placement rates (99% within 6 months) and diverse career outcomes.
- Conference travel funding from the Graduate School for students presenting at academic conferences.
- Graduate Student Council stipends for conference and dissertation/field work related travel expenses.
- Paid research or teaching assistantships, typically reserved for second-semester or second-year students.
- International Travel Funds
- Individual degree programs may offer thesis or research funding support, such as the MPH program's $300 Thesis Grant Award.
- Special Awards: Nora Kahn Piore Award for Health Services Scholars and Loan Repayment Assistance for Alumni.