At the graduate level, funding decisions are primarily made within your program of study and are usually some combination of fellowships, assistantships, and/or grants. Funding offers are typically made at the point of admission.
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The University of Arizona is an ideal destination for McNair Scholars, with our emphasis on research, innovation, and 100+ graduate programs of study. You can connect with other McNair alumni with help from our Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Applying for admission is easy through our GradApp graduate admission application.
Here are the steps:
Visit our Graduate Catalog and Program Descriptions Guide for details about the different graduate programs and their admission processes, funding options, and application deadlines.
The Graduate College administers five programs and partners with other, primarily NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) that also provide excellent research training and graduate school preparation.
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Our philosophy is to get you in touch with your program of study as quickly as possible because we believe the very best sources of information are faculty and graduate coordinators.
In graduate school, much of your career preparation will happen formally and informally and it will be guided by your faculty, informed by your study and practice, and enhanced by collaboration with peers within your graduate program of study.
The University of Arizona Graduate College is deeply committed to recruiting and retaining a talented and diverse student body.
Over 1,550 international graduate students enroll at the UA each year, representing 100+ countries.