finiancing your MPH

Discussion in 'Public Health Degrees (Masters and Doctoral)' started by giants4157, Jun 20, 2008.

  1. giants4157

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    i was wondering if anyone knows anything about being a Graduate Student Instructor or a TA and their tuition is paid for in Public Health.. and if these jobs are hard to obtain and which schools offer this option.... thanks
     
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    I believe many schools offer some type of TA or RA positions to grad students. But the programs, how much they contribute towards tuition and competitiveness depends on the school... (in my experience) However, I wouldn't expect one of these positions to give you a free ride but they can certainly make tuition more reasonable.

    Hope that helps a bit :)

     
  5. I know UIC offers most grad students tuition waiver and stipend
     

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