2100 accredited US Universities for Graduate Programs. 400+ specializations.
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700+ Graduate scholarships totaling $3.5 mm
Emory University in total awarded Graduate Assistantship for 1405 students.
Part-time students and courtesy scholarship recipients are ineligible for merit scholarships. Woodruff, this scholarship is awarded to four outstanding students annually. The Nalini and Ravi Saligram Scholarship provides for doctoral or masters students with a preference for students with a demonstrated interest in diabetes prevention research in India. The Martorell scholarship fund supports outstanding Hispanic students who want to study public health at Rollins. The award includes a tuition scholarship which may range from 25% to 50% as well as an opportunity to earn up to $10,000 with a REAL award, all of which is distributed over two years. This scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding MPH or MSPH applicant. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding MPH or MSPH applicant. This scholarship is awarded to an MPH or MSPH student on the basis of outstanding promise. The William Randolph Hearst Scholarship provides to Executive MPH candidates whose professions focus on providing public health services in rural communities throughout the Southeast. Lee Scholarship provides support for an outstanding student to pursue an MPH or MSPH degree. This scholarship is awarded to a promising MPH or MSPH student whose studies and career will result in the improvement of the quality of life among the populations in developing parts of the world. This scholarship is awarded to a promising MPH or MSPH student with exceptional credentials. This scholarship was established by the family and friends of Dr. Charles Shepard, a distinguished scientist and early, enthusiastic supporter of the MPH program at Emory. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding applicant to the Epidemiology. This fund provides scholarship support to the university most outstanding MPH and MSPH students.