Scholarship aid is awarded by the department and/or program that authorizes your acceptance into a degree program at the School. The Financial Aid Office does not award scholarships to students. You may click on the link associated with your program of study or academic department for information about potential scholarships.
Master of Public Health (MPH)
The Bloomberg School of Public Health awards tuition scholarships on a highly competitive basis to a small portion of the full-time students in the incoming class. All applications accepted for the full-time MPH program are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. Your admission materials serve as your scholarship application. For more information see the MPH website.
Funding for the Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation (GTPCI) comes from a variety of sources. Visit the GTPCI website for more information.
Master's Tuition Scholarship (MTS)
Upon the recommendation of the departmental chairperson or his/her designee, a Master's Tuition Scholarship (MTS) worth up to 75% of the School's tuition is available to eligible Master of Science (ScM), Master of Health Science (MHS), Master of Health Administration (MHA), and Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) students enrolled in their second year of study. A scholarship award of less than 75% will be made when some other form of tuition support is available to the student. Receipt of this scholarship is limited to four academic terms. Students enrolled in a program of less than eight terms will be limited to one, two, or three terms of MTS as determined by their academic program.
A Postdoctoral Scholarship is available to an eligible student upon the recommendation of the departmental chairperson or his/her designee. The value of this scholarship is equal to 100% of the School's tuition rate or a lesser amount when some other form of support is available to the student.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Department's website
Biostatistics: Department's website
Environmental Health Sciences: Department's website
Epidemiology: Department's website
Health, Behavior and Society:
MSPH in Health Education and Health Communication
MHS in Social Factors in Health
ScM in Genetic Counseling
PhD/ScD in Social and Behavioral Sciences
DrPH in Social and Behavioral Sciences
Health Policy and Management:
MHA -Master of Health Administration
MSPH in Health Policy
MHS in Health Economics
DrPH in Health Care Management and Leadership
Mental Health: Some doctoral and postdoctoral training is funded under NIMH-funded Psychiatric Epidemiology, Children's Mental Health Services and Service Systems, Prevention Training Programs, and NIDA-funded Drug Dependence Epidemiology Programs. Postdoctoral Research fellowships generally last two or three years. There is limited funding for MHS students. Additional information is available on the department's website.
W. Harry Feinstone Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology (MMI): Departmental financial support
Population, Family and Reproductive Health: Departmental funding opportunities