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Latin American Studies graduate programs at Columbia University in the City of New York
Columbia University in the City of New York offers 9 Graduate degree programs
|Students Enrolled in Columbia University in the City of New York graduate programs : 24454|
Composition of students population for Latin American Studies
|Masters degree in Latin American Studies awarded to 51 students|
|Latin American Studies Graduate program Tuition for in state students||$46,216|
|Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Latin American Studies Graduate Program||$46,216|
Latin American and Iberian Cultures
It contains classrooms, a lecture hall, a graduate lounge, and a library.
M.A. Program in American Studies
The M.A. program in American Studies at Columbia is the only graduate degree in American Studies housed in an Ethnic Studies center. Recent graduates have been accepted to PhD programs in American Studies, History, English, Political Science, and Media Studies, at Columbia, Yale, Brown, USC, Fordham, the students.
Scholarships and financial aid available for Latin American Studies
The Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS) at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) is privileged to receive funding from the Lemann Foundation, the US Education, the Tannenbaum Fund, and other sources, to provide grants, scholarships, and fellowships to Columbia University and graduate students. The applications and instructions below provide a brief of our different fellowship and travel grant program as well as information on eligibility and requirements, and submission deadlines and procedures. ILAS also offers an information session every January for students wishing to for ILAS funding.
In addition to the aid listed above, ILAS provides partial academic year fellowships and research assistantships to MARSLAC applicants who demonstrate academic excellence and considers requests for need based assistance. Students must program by the early application date of February every year. Students who after the February date may be considered if funds are still available. All MA applicants will be automatically considered for aid regardless of citizenship or residence status (except for FLAS). Specific funding options include:.
ILAS and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Tuition Scholarships (Consideration for these is part of the general MARSLAC admissions process, no separate application necessary).
Loans and finanicial aid, including federal work study (Link to FAFSA).
MARSLAC students may also for additional grant funds to present papers at conferences or other research related activities through GSAS Conference Matching Travel Fund. Prior approval from the Director of Graduate Studies is needed.