Milken Institute School of Public Health and Health Services

All students in Milken Institute School graduate programs, as well as the Ph.D. program in Epidemiology offered in cooperation with the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, are automatically considered for merit scholarships. Teaching assistantships are available to M.S. students in Exercise Science and Ph.D. students in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Tuition fellowships may be available through the Physicians in Fellowship Programs or through tuition benefits for employees of the George Washington University.

Students seeking research assistant positions and teaching assistantships should contact their departments or check job postings available on the University or Milken Institute School website. For additional fellowship and scholarship opportunities available to current students, refer to the Apply Now! Calendar on the Milken Institute School website under "Careers, Jobs, Internships." Milken is a closed unit, which means it has its own sources of funding for fellowships, scholarships and assistantships.

Please also visit the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health and the MPH Programs List of Scholarships and Fellowships for additional funding options.

Departmental Fellowships and Scholarships

Merit Scholarships
All applicants are automatically considered. No application is required. Preference for scholarships is given to outstanding applicants who apply early (two to three months before the stated application deadline). Scholarships are generally limited and awarded for the entering semester only.

Wertlieb Scholarships
Available to outstanding M.H.S.A. applicants who will enroll full-time in the long-term care concentration. Academic awards include: tuition (3.5 semester credit hours for up to four semesters) and a graduate administrative assistantship at the Wertlieb Institute, earning $10 an hour while working 10 hours per week.

Tauber Scholarships
Fund established by a donor in memory of the victims of the Holocaust. Current Milken Institute School students who are direct descendants of U.S. veterans of World War II are eligible to apply. A call for applications is sent out each November via the Milken Institute School listserv; several awards of $6,000 each are made for Spring tuition.

GWU Hospital (GWUH) Women's Board Scholars Program
Milken Institute School students in good standing who have been continuously employed at GWUH for at least one year upon application are eligible to apply. In late summer, a call for applications is distributed via the GWUH and Milken Institute School listservs.

University Fellowships and Scholarships

FLAS Academic Year and FLAS Summer
The FLAS grant to GWU, written by the Institute for Middle East Studies and the Sigur Center for Asian Studies, assists currend and incoming graduate (PhD and Master's candidates) and professional students (JD and MD) at George Washington University to further language study and area/international studies. Summer Fellowships are for current graduate and undergraduate GWU students. Click here for more information on FLAS Academic Year and here for FLAS Summer.

GW Presidential Administrative Fellowships
Offers recent GW baccalaureate graduates the opportunity to gain relevant work experience within the GW administration while pursuing a master's degree in their chosen field. Separate application required. Students must apply during their senior year at GW. Contact the Student Activity Center, (202) 994-6555.

Teaching Assistantships

Health Services Management and Policy
MHSA, Dr.PH, and MPH applicants to Administrative Medicine are eligible

Exercise Science
MS in Exercise Science students are eligible

Epidemiology/Biostatistics
Ph.D applicants in Epidemiology and Biostatistics are eligible

Tuition Benefits

Physicians in Fellowship Programs
Including Emergency Medicine, Primary Care Medicine, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, and Obstetrics and Gynecology

Residency Program in Occupational Medicine