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Stanford is committed to a welcoming and supportive environment for all students, faculty, staff and scholars, and it provides services and support to them without regard to their immigration status, religion, nationality, ethnicity or other characteristics.

International students are not eligible for student loans from Stanford or from U.S. government agencies.  As an international student, you are eligible for assistantships and fellowships from your department but may face additional work hour restrictions based on your visa status .

There are private student loan options available in some situations.  Many private loan providers will lend to international students if you have a US citizen who is willing to be your cosigner.  A cosigner is someone willing to act as a co-applicant and be legally responsible for the loan if you end up missing payments.  Eligibility is based on the credit-worthiness of the cosigner.  Additionally, there are a few options available for students without a cosigner or any credit history:  MPower Financing and Prodigy Finance .

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PhD Admissions

The PhD program in Psychology trains students for careers in research and teaching. In addition to a wide range of courses, the PhD program is characterized by close collaboration between students and their faculty advisors. 

General Information

The Department of Psychology holistically reviews each candidate's complete application to assess the promise of a career in teaching and research. Consideration is based on various factors, including courses taken, grade point average, letters of recommendation, and the statement of purpose. Additionally, the Department of Psychology places considerable emphasis on research training, and admitted students have often been involved in independent research as undergraduate students or post-baccalaureate settings. Although there are no course requirements for admission, all applicants should have sufficient foundational knowledge and research experience to engage in graduate-level coursework and research.

We accept students with undergraduate degrees and those with both undergraduate and master's degrees. An undergraduate psychology major is not required; the Department welcomes applicants from other academic backgrounds.

Our application portal is now closed for the AY24-25 admissions cycle.  Please consider applying during next year's AY25-26 admissions cycle, which opens on September 15, 2024.

How to Apply

Application and deadline.

Our 2025-26 Admissions application will open on September 15, 2024.

Applications will be due on November 30, 2024

The deadline for letters of recommendation will be  November 30, 2024 . 

Once an applicant submits the recommenders' information, the recommenders will receive an automated email with instructions for submitting the letter. Late letters should be sent directly to psych-admissions [at] stanford.edu (psych-admissions[at]stanford[dot]edu) . Staff will add them to the application file if the review process is still underway. Still, the faculty reviewers are not obligated to re-review files for materials submitted after the deadline.

The status of submitted applications can be viewed by logging in to the   application portal . 

The deadline to apply for the Stanford Psychology Ph.D. program is  November 30, 2024 . 

Applicants who are admitted to the program will matriculate in autumn 2025. 

In addition to the information below, please review the  Graduate Admissions  website prior to starting your application. The Department of Psychology does not have rolling admissions. We admit for the Autumn term only.

Requirements

  • U.S. Bachelor's degree or its  foreign equivalent
  • Statement of Purpose (submitted electronically as part of the graduate application). You will be able to specify three  Psychology Department faculty members , in order of preference, with whom you would like to work. 
  • Three  Letters of Recommendation  (submitted electronically). A maximum of six letters will be accepted.
  • Unofficial transcripts from all universities and colleges you have attended for at least one year must be uploaded to the graduate application. Applicants who reach the interview stage will be asked to provide official transcripts as well; Department staff will reach out to these applicants with instructions for submitting official transcripts. Please do  not  submit official transcripts with your initial application.
  • Required for non-native English speakers: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores, submitted by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) electronically to Stanford. 

Application Fee

The fee to apply for graduate study at Stanford is $125. Fee waivers are available for some applicants. Please visit Graduate Admissions for information on applying for an  Application Fee Waiver .

Application Review & Status Check

The Department of Psychology welcomes graduate applications from individuals with a broad range of life experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds who would contribute to our community of scholars. The review of applications is holistic and individualized, considering each applicant’s academic record and accomplishments, letters of recommendation, and admissions essays to understand how an applicant’s life experiences have shaped their past and potential contributions to their field.

To check the status or activity of your application, please log into your  application account . You can also send reminders to recommenders who have not yet submitted their letter of recommendation.

Due to limited bandwidth, the Department of Psychology staff will not answer any phone or email queries about application status, including requests to confirm the receipt of official transcripts.

Our faculty will interview prospective students before making final admission decisions. Candidates who progress to the interview round will be informed in January. Interviews are generally conducted in February.

The Department of Psychology recognizes that the Supreme Court issued a ruling in June 2023 about the consideration of certain types of demographic information as part of an admission review. All applications submitted during upcoming application cycles will be reviewed in conformance with that decision.

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To be eligible for admission to graduate study at Stanford, you must meet the university’s minimum requirements for academic credentials and English proficiency.

Minimum Education Requirements

You must hold, or expect to hold before enrollment at Stanford, a U.S. bachelor’s degree or its international equivalent from a college or university of recognized standing.

Stanford’s assessment of a post-secondary degree is based on the characteristics of a national educational system, the type of institution you attended, and the level of studies you completed. The following guidelines indicate the minimum level of study you should have achieved from a recognized academic institution to enroll in graduate study at Stanford.

English Proficiency

As a graduate student enrolled at Stanford, you will be expected to read English with ease, understand rapid idiomatic English as used in lectures and group discussions, and express thoughts quickly and clearly in spoken and written English.

If your first language is not English, you are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT) before your program’s application deadline.

Refer to the link above for more information, including Stanford’s minimum TOEFL score requirements and TOEFL waivers/exemptions.

Doctoral Program

The Ph.D. program is a full time program leading to a Doctoral Degree in Economics.  Students specialize in various fields within Economics by enrolling in field courses and attending field specific lunches and seminars.  Students gain economic breadth by taking additional distribution courses outside of their selected fields of interest.

General requirements

Students  are required to complete 1 quarter of teaching experience. Teaching experience includes teaching assistantships within the Economics department or another department .

University's residency requirement

135 units of full-tuition residency are required for PhD students. After that, a student should have completed all course work and must request Terminal Graduate Registration (TGR) status.

Department degree requirements and student checklist

1. core course requirement.

Required: Core Microeconomics (202-203-204) Core Macroeconomics (210-211-212) Econometrics (270-271-272).  The Business School graduate microeconomics class series may be substituted for the Econ Micro Core.  Students wishing to waive out of any of the first year core, based on previous coverage of at least 90% of the material,  must submit a waiver request to the DGS at least two weeks prior to the start of the quarter.  A separate waiver request must be submitted for each course you are requesting to waive.  The waiver request must include a transcript and a syllabus from the prior course(s) taken.  

2.  Field Requirements

Required:  Two of the Following Fields Chosen as Major Fields (click on link for specific field requirements).  Field sequences must be passed with an overall grade average of B or better.  Individual courses require a letter grade of B- or better to pass unless otherwise noted.

Research fields and field requirements :

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  • Development Economics
  • Econometric Methods with Causal Inference
  • Econometrics
  • Economic History
  • Environmental, Resource and Energy Economics
  • Industrial Organization
  • International Trade & Finance
  • Labor Economics
  • Market Design
  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Macroeconomics
  • Political Economy
  • Public Economics

3.  Distribution

Required:  Four other graduate-level courses must be completed. One of these must be from the area of economic history (unless that field has already been selected above). These courses must be distributed in such a way that at least two fields not selected above are represented.  Distribution courses must be passed with a grade of B or better.

4.  Field Seminars/Workshops

Required:  Three quarters of two different field seminars or six quarters of the same field seminar from the list below.   

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Before starting the application process please read the information about the graduate program requirements  and read our  Frequently Asked Questions . You may also find the Guide to Getting Into Grad School helpful. 

The Political Science department recognizes that the Supreme Court issued a ruling in June 2023 about the consideration of certain types of demographic information as part of an admission review. All applications submitted during upcoming application cycles will be reviewed in conformance with that decision.

All questions regarding graduate admissions should be directed to politicalscience [at] stanford.edu (subject: Admissions%20Enquiry) ( politicalscience[at]stanford[dot]edu ) .

The principal goal of the Stanford Ph.D. program in political science is the training of scholars. Most students who receive doctorates in the program do research and teach at colleges or universities. We offer courses and research opportunities in a wide variety of fields in the discipline, including American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Political Theory, and Political Methodology. The program is built around small seminars that analyze critically the literature of a field or focus on a research problem. These courses prepare students for the Ph.D. comprehensive exam requirement within a two-year period and for work on the doctoral dissertation.  

Admission to the graduate program in political science is highly selective. About twelve to fifteen students, chosen from a large pool of applicants, enter the program each year. The small size of our student body allows more individual work with members of the faculty than most graduate programs. It also makes possible financial assistance in one form or another to most students admitted to the Ph.D. program. 

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Join dozens of Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences students who gain valuable leadership skills in a multidisciplinary, multicultural community as Knight-Hennessy Scholars (KHS). KHS admits up to 100 select applicants each year from across Stanford’s seven graduate schools, and delivers engaging experiences that prepare them to be visionary, courageous, and collaborative leaders ready to address complex global challenges. As a scholar, you join a distinguished cohort, participate in up to three years of leadership programming, and receive full funding for up to three years of your PhD studies at Stanford. Candidates of any country may apply. KHS applicants must have earned their first undergraduate degree within the last seven years, and must apply to both a Stanford graduate program and to KHS. Stanford PhD students may also apply to KHS during their first year of PhD enrollment. If you aspire to be a leader in your field, we invite you to apply. The KHS application deadline is October 11, 2023. Learn more about KHS admission .

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An application fee should not stand between you and your future degree. If you are considering Stanford graduate programs and need assistance with the application fees, consider applying for a fee waiver.

We especially encourage such applications from first-generation, low-income students, and students from systemically marginalized backgrounds who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

Stanford Engineering is committed to increasing the diversity of our student body. With this commitment in mind, we are able to offer a limited number of fee waivers to applicants experiencing financial hardship. There are a few ways prospective graduate students can apply for fee waivers:

GRE Fee Reduction Voucher

The Educational Testing Service (ETS) offers a limited number of GRE Fee Reduction Vouchers for college seniors and unenrolled college graduates who meet eligibility requirements.

Program Participation Fee Waiver

If you have participated in a qualifying graduate school preparation program or research internship such as McNair, Amgen, or Leadership Alliance, you may also qualify for an additional type of fee waiver.

School-Based Fee Waiver

Applicants who do not qualify for the GRE or Program Participation waivers can request an application fee waiver directly from Stanford Engineering. We especially encourage first-generation, low-income students, and underrepresented students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, DACA/Undocumented to apply. Please allow at least 10 business days for processing.

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Stanford will increase student financial aid, providing expanded scholarship funding so that undergraduate families with annual incomes below $100,000 will not have to pay tuition, room, or board beginning in the upcoming 2023-24 academic year, the Board of Trustees announced following its meeting this week.

Graphic describes undergraduate financial aid for 2023-24 academic year: Families with less than $100k income pay no tuition, room and board for their student; families with income between $100k-$150k have tuition covered at minimum; and families with income greater than $150k will have aid awarded on a sliding scale based on family finances.

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The new $100,000 threshold compares to the current threshold of $75,000 below which undergraduate families at Stanford receive scholarship support to cover tuition, room, and board. Families with incomes below another threshold – $150,000 – will continue to receive at least enough scholarship support to cover tuition at Stanford.

“Stanford is committed to providing an affordable education for all students, regardless of their economic circumstances. We are pleased that this newest expansion of our financial aid program continues and extends that commitment,” said Jerry Yang, chair of the Stanford Board of Trustees.

For families who do pay tuition, trustees approved a 7% increase in undergraduate tuition for the 2023-24 academic year, seeking to support continued high-quality academic and student support programs amid the effects of high inflation on the cost of university operations. However, Stanford’s aid program will take into account the increase in tuition for current students receiving need-based financial aid; those whose family financial circumstances do not change can expect to pay the same amount they do this year, and possibly less for those with family incomes under $100,000.

Continued commitment to student aid

Stanford’s undergraduate admission process is need-blind for U.S. applicants, and the university commits to providing the necessary financial support for any admitted student to attend.

The university has expanded its financial aid program several times in recent years, and today its features include:

  • More than two-thirds of Stanford undergraduates receive some form of financial aid from internal and external sources, including athletic scholarships.
  • In fall 2022, first-year students who were awarded need-based aid received an average annual scholarship of more than $62,000 from Stanford.
  • 86% of students graduate with no student debt.
  • Stanford excludes home equity from the calculation of parental contribution toward the costs of attending, benefiting many families.

As part of this aid program, for many years Stanford has committed to providing sufficient scholarship support so that parents with annual incomes below a certain threshold, and assets typical of that income level, are not expected to contribute toward tuition, room, or board. This income threshold will increase to $100,000 beginning in 2023-24.

Stanford also requires no parental contribution toward tuition from families with annual incomes below $150,000 and typical assets. Many students with family incomes above the $150,000 threshold also are eligible to receive Stanford scholarship support, awarded on a sliding scale based on family financial circumstances. (These levels are set based on cost of living in the United States and may not apply to families living in other countries; aid eligibility is determined based on individual family circumstances.)

Undergraduate tuition and fee levels

Tuition provides core support for Stanford’s academic programs, faculty and staff compensation, student services, and financial aid, as well as infrastructure and other support services. However, tuition only covers a portion of the university’s cost of educating each student. Undergraduate tuition was kept flat in 2021-22 and increased 4% in 2022-23.

Along with the 7% increase in the tuition rate for 2023-24, charges for room and board will increase 7% for those who pay these charges, supporting inflation-driven cost increases in food and materials as well as compensation for critical housing and dining staff. Stanford’s financial aid program will cover the increased costs for families currently receiving need-based aid if their financial situations remain the same.

Total undergraduate charges for full-tuition–paying families will be $82,406 in 2023-24, including $61,731 for tuition, $19,922 for standard room and board, and $753 for the mandatory health fee. As noted above, a large proportion of Stanford students do not pay the full price, receiving significant offsetting amounts of financial aid.

Tuition and financial support for graduate students

Graduate and professional programs have different tuition rates, but general graduate tuition will increase by 4% in 2023-24 under the trustees’ action. (Doctoral students are not responsible for paying tuition in years 1–5; it is paid on their behalf through a variety of funding sources and mechanisms.)

Specific tuition levels for graduate and professional programs will be posted to the Student Services website later in the year.

Stanford continues working to support graduate student affordability. The university in recent years has expanded the availability of on-campus housing and committed to providing 12-month funding for up to five years for all doctoral students in good academic standing. Stanford also increased the health insurance subsidy to 100% for graduate students who are supported on research and teaching assistantships, or an equivalent level of fellowship, and increased to a maximum of $20,000 per year the Graduate Family Grant providing support for individuals with dependent children to help cover expenses such as child care, health care, and rent.

2021-2022 Graduate and Professional Tuition Rates

Tuition rates for the academic year 2021-22 

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(Visiting Summer Session student? Use the Summer Session cost calculator .) 

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Please note: PhD students in the Biomedical Sciences and in the Graduate School of Business are assessed the standard graduate tuition rates.

For Coterm billing   details, please see the Registrar’s Office website . 

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$129,700 Annual tuition

This is the annual rate, comprising 4 quarters: Summer 2021-Spring 2022

School of Medicine (SoM) 

$21,249 per quarter

Stanford Law School  

$21,450  per quarter

Law/GSB Joint Program 

$22,712  per quarter

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For details, please see  Joint Degree Programs and Tuition Schedules

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Special registration statuses for graduate & professional students.

Matriculated graduate students are expected to register at the full-tuition rate applicable to their degree program unless they are in the final stages of their degree programs and therefore in a special reduced tuition category. Eligible categories are listed below. See Special Registration Statuses for Graduate and Professional Students for eligibility.

Special conditions apply to students admitted as coterminal graduate students; for more information, see Procedures for Coterminal Students (pdf).

Students in the Stanford Law School, Graduate School of Business, or in the M.D. program in the School of Medicine should consult appropriate school officers about tuition reduction eligibility.

Graduate Part-time Enrollment ( 3-7 units; Autumn, Winter, Spring )

Graduate students who need only 3-7 units to complete degree requirements or qualify for TGR status may be eligible for part-time enrollment. For more information on eligibility for part-time graduate enrollment and for information on how to apply, please see our special registration page.

Graduate Part-time Enrollment (OAE Accommodation) ( 3-7 units; Autumn, Winter, Spring )

This registration status is for graduate students who have been recommended for an approved reduced course load by the Office of Accessible Education (OAE) . For more information on eligibility and how to apply, please see our special registration page .

Graduation Quarter

$150 per quarter

Graduate students who have completed all degree requirements and need a registration status in order to graduate may qualify for a graduation quarter.  For more information on eligibility for the graduation quarter and for information on how to apply, please see our special registration page .

Medical School Research Rate

$3,531  per quarter

For more information on eligibility and for information on how to apply, please see the School of Medicine Registrar's Office Reduced/Research Tuition Rate Eligibility web page.

TGR (Terminal Graduate Registration) / TGR Final Registration

$3,531  per quarter TGR students who carry 0-3 units are assessed a TGR rate of $3,531.

Graduate students who have completed all degree requirements (including minimum residency units) but are working on finishing a thesis, project or dissertation may qualify for TGR. For more information on eligibility for TGR and for information on how to apply, please see our special registration page and our TGR page .

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Stanford University Knight Hennessy Scholars Program for International Students 2024

Knight-Hennessy scholars develop deep domain expertise in their Stanford graduate program, and build on this domain expertise through exposure to a wide range of disciplines and cultures within the Knight-Hennessy Scholars (KHS) community. Scholars participate in the King Global Leadership Program (KGLP), which includes workshops, lectures, projects, and experiences that strengthen transformational leadership capabilities. Through KGLP, scholars collaborate and prepare to address important challenges and opportunities facing the world, such as climate change, healthcare, government and policy, and education.

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Stanford University was founded in 1885 by California senator Leland Stanford and his wife, Jane, “to promote the public welfare by exercising an influence in behalf of humanity and civilization.”

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  • Did you earn a degree at an institution outside the U.S.? To be eligible for graduate study, you must hold the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree from a college or university of recognized standing.
  • You are eligible to apply to the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program if you are applying to enroll in any full-time graduate degree program at Stanford (for example, but not limited to, DFA, Eng, JD, MA, MBA, MD, MFA, MS, or PhD) or if you plan on pursuing one of Stanford’s many joint- and dual- graduate degree options (for example, but not limited to, MD+PhD, JD+MA, MBA+MS).
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  1. 2022-2023 Graduate and Professional Tuition Rates

    VSR Monthly Fee. Quarterly Tuition (unless otherwise specified), $1,224. This is the monthly rate. Tuition Category. Permit to Attend (PTA) Quarterly Tuition (unless otherwise specified), $5,895. Policies concerning auditing are available in the Student Policies section.

  2. Tuition & Fees

    2022-2023 Non-Tuition Charges & Fees; Stanford Card Plan (SCP) SCP Terms and Conditions; ... Tax Essentials for International Students; Tax Tips From The Director of University Tax Compliance; ... If you're a graduate student and you update your enrollment via Axess before the Final Study List Deadline, your student account will automatically ...

  3. International Students

    The Bechtel International Center issues visa-related documents to incoming graduate students. To receive a Certificate of Eligibility for an F-1 or J-1 visa, you must first do the following: Accept the offer of admission online indicating your intention to enroll. to request your visa document. (Bechtel will begin to send invitations to the ...

  4. Estimated Expense Budget

    Living Costs for Spouse: $12,000 (9 months); $16,000 (12 months). Living Costs for Children: $3,000 (9 months); $4,000 (12 months). Medical Insurance for Spouse and/or Children: See the Vaden Health Center web site or contact the Insurance Office at (650) 723-2135 or email [email protected].

  5. Considerations for International Students : Graduate Aid at Stanford

    All Stanford graduate students are eligible for the Stanford Support Programs offered by the University. Although these programs cannot serve as primary support for standard student expenses, they are available as supplemental support for those dealing with challenging financial situations. Updated on January 19, 2022 1:43 PM

  6. Application Fee

    The application fee is $125 and is nonrefundable. You are prompted to pay the application fee at the time you submit your application. We accept payments via credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and Diners Club) or via bank transfer from a U.S. checking account. The application fee may not be refunded under any ...

  7. PhD Admissions

    The PhD program in Psychology trains students for careers in research and teaching. In addition to a wide range of courses, the PhD program is characterized by close collaboration between students and their faculty advisors. ... The fee to apply for graduate study at Stanford is $125. Fee waivers are available for some applicants ...

  8. Eligibility

    To be eligible for admission to graduate study at Stanford, you must meet the university's minimum requirements for academic credentials and English proficiency. Minimum Education Requirements You must hold, or expect to hold before enrollment at Stanford, a U.S. bachelor's degree or its international equivalent from a college or university ...

  9. Estimate Your Graduate Charges

    There may be additional program-specific fees for students in professional programs at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford Law School, or Stanford School of Medicine. (One example is the $400 SBSSA Activity Fee, the annual program fee for GSB students.) Please reach out to your school's financial team directly for more information.

  10. Doctoral Program

    The Ph.D. program is a full time program leading to a Doctoral Degree in Economics. Students specialize in various fields within Economics by enrolling in field courses and attending field specific lunches and seminars. Students gain economic breadth by taking additional distribution courses outside of their selected fields of interest.

  11. Ph.D. Admissions

    All questions regarding graduate admissions should be directed to [email protected]. The principal goal of the Stanford Ph.D. program in political science is the training of scholars. Most students who receive doctorates in the program do research and teach at colleges or universities. We offer courses and research opportunities in ...

  12. Fee Waivers

    School-Based Fee Waiver. Applicants who do not qualify for the GRE or Program Participation waivers can request an application fee waiver directly from Stanford Engineering. We especially encourage first-generation, low-income students, and underrepresented students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, DACA/Undocumented to apply.

  13. Graduate Courses & Certificates

    Tuition & Fees. $1,456 per unit; Most courses are 3-5 units. One-time $125 fee for lifetime access to your transcripts. Students affiliated with the U.S. Armed Forces may be eligible for tuition benefits. Learn More

  14. Stanford expands financial aid for 2023-24

    Stanford's financial aid program will cover the increased costs for families currently receiving need-based aid if their financial situations remain the same. Total undergraduate charges for ...

  15. 2021-2022 Graduate and Professional Tuition Rates

    2022-2023 Non-Tuition Charges & Fees; Stanford Card Plan (SCP) SCP Terms and Conditions; ... Tax Essentials for International Students; Tax Tips From The Director of University Tax Compliance; ... Students in the Stanford Law School, Graduate School of Business, or in the M.D. program in the School of Medicine should consult appropriate school ...

  16. Computer Science MS Degree

    The M.S. degree in Computer Science is intended as a terminal professional degree and does not lead to the Ph.D. degree. Most students planning to obtain the Ph.D. degree should apply directly for admission to the Ph.D. program. Some students, however, may wish to complete the master's program before deciding whether to pursue the Ph.D. To give such students a greater opportunity to become ...

  17. Stanford University Knight Hennessy Scholars Program for International

    Stanford University Knight Hennessy Scholars Program for International Students 2024 Published: 07 Jun 2024 5 views Knight-Hennessy scholars develop deep domain expertise in their Stanford graduate program, and build on this domain expertise through exposure to a wide range of disciplines and cultures within the Knight-Hennessy Scholars (KHS ...

  18. Graduate Cost & Financial Aid

    Student services fee (per semester) $70 * MBA Field Placement Fee (charged for both the international and regional trip semesters) $1,500: 2023-24. Tuition per Unit Amount; 700 Level: $730: Teacher Education: ... View Graduate Private Scholarships. Office of Graduate Studies Phone. 559-453-3690

  19. Graduate admissions

    International applicants. We offer a unique experience to our graduate students, including the opportunity to work with leading academics and with world-class libraries, laboratories, museums and collections. This website is designed for those applying in 2023-24 for postgraduate study.

  20. Graduate College Resources And Information

    Ashurst Hall. 624 S Knoles Drive. Flagstaff, AZ 86011. Mailing Address. P.O. Box 4125. Flagstaff, AZ 86011. NAU students can pursue graduate degrees in Flagstaff, online, and at several statewide campuses. Whatever your path, grad school at NAU will take you further. Explore our diverse selection of programs, meet our expert faculty, and learn ...