At Drexel's Dornsife School of Public Health we make every effort to ensure that current students and applicants receive as much financial assistance as possible through merit-based scholarships, grants and student loans.
MPH and MS Students: Scholarships and Fellowships
MPH and MS students are considered for scholarships at the time of application based upon academic merit, financial need and commitment to the Dornsife School of Public Health’s mission.
If accepted to the Dornsife School, students are notified of scholarship eligibility in their acceptance packet.
Approximately 79 percent of full-time students each year receive some type of scholarship.
Dornsife School of Public Health Endowed Scholarships and Research Fellowships
All MPH applicants are considered for the following endowed scholarships and research fellowships. Applicants should indicate their interest via SOPHAS.
Applicants interested in being considered for the endowed scholarships are encouraged to apply no later than January 15.
Dornsife Public Health Research Fellowship
Dornsife International Research Fellowship
Urban Health Collaborative Fellowship
The Arthur L. Frank Endowed Scholarship in Environmental and Occupational Health
The Joseph Tringali Memorial Scholarship in Maternal and Child Health
The Marla J. Gold Endowed Scholarship for MD/MPH Dual Degree Program
Teaching and Research Assistantships
City Year Partnership
Doctoral Students: Scholarships and Fellowships
PhD students finance their education through a variety of sources. Dornsife School of Public Health provides PhD students financial support through training grants, scholarship, stipends, and work as a teaching or research assistants at Drexel University.
Prospective students are encouraged to apply for external funding at the same time as they are applying to the program. Matriculated students who are funded by the Department will be encouraged, as is the case with our current students, to make efforts to secure independent funding.
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