Learners who are admitted to the program will be eligible to apply for financial support through scholarships. The Student Financial Services website can also provide additional resources on funding your master’s degree. We recommend exploring the fellowship and scholarship databases available through the Office of Graduate Education website.
Mexican Fund for Development of Human Resources (FIDERH)
As a program on the Mexican central bank's directory of preferred academic programs, any admitted student from Mexico will be eligible for a loan of up to 200,000 MXN through FIDERH with a 12 month grace period following graduation and low or no interest accumulated. Please visit their website to learn more.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
To help meet growing demand in sub-Saharan Africa for training and capacity building, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will sponsor seven students from sub-Saharan Africa over the first three years of the master’s program (beginning with the 2020 cohort). Sponsorship includes full coverage of tuition, housing, and healthcare costs, as well as a small living stipend. For more information on this, please visit J-PAL’s website to read this blog post.