Funding: IHS PhD Application Fee Waiver

money [150-2]Applying to graduate school? Allow us to cover up to $300 in graduate school application fees!

https://theihs.org/funding/ihs-phd-application-fee-waiver/

The IHS PhD Application Fee Waiver awards up to $300 to help you increase your chances of being accepted and funded in a graduate program by reducing application costs so you can afford to apply to more programs.

Who is eligible for an IHS Application Fee Waiver?

The IHS Application Fee Waiver is available to undergraduates and recent graduates applying for full-time doctorate programs starting in the 2015-16 academic year. A demonstrated interest in focusing your studies on individual and economic freedom and strong academic potential are also essential. (See the frequently asked questions for a list of eligible degree programs.)

How it works:

  1. Complete the PhD Application Fee Waiver application, including a list of the schools you intend to apply to, 60 days prior to submitting applications for admission. (Click here if you have already submitted all your graduate program applications.)
  2. You will be notified of your status within 3 weeks (including whether or not you have been chosen for an IHS Application Fee Waiver award, and the amount).
  3. Complete and submit your graduate school applications, including payment.
  4. Submit proof of application and receipts for application fees to the IHS program coordinator within 30 days of submitting your application to receive reimbursement.

Please note: At this time only individuals applying to PhD programs in the US are eligible for IHS Application Fee Waiver.

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About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of graduate life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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