Master’s and doctoral students have access to a wide range of financial aid and scholarships from the school, Indiana University, and outside sources such as the federal government.
We offer a variety of assistantships to our Ph.D. students, as well as a limited number of fellowships. In addition, IU offers a number of diversity-building fellowships.
Special Funding Opportunity for 2012-13
Domestic Ph.D. applicants in either informatics or computer science who are interested in embodied cognition and would like to pursue a joint degree in cognitive science can apply for an IGERT traineeship.
The Office of International Services has information about financial aid and employment for international students. See the information about financial aid for prospective graduate students, employment for F-1 students and J-1 students, and other money matters.