The Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies
MA & PhD Programs
Scholarships, equaling up to a 10% deduction of tuition costs, are available for students based on educational excellence and financial need. Although each scholarship request will be evaluated on an individual basis, students are expected to have an above-average grade point of 4.5 (on a 5.0 scale) in order to qualify for a grant, and then to prove financial need.
The Financial Aid application is a two-step process; students interested in applying for a scholarship are required to submit their initial aid application request as soon as they have formally applied to the program, completed the first step of the application, and have been accepted into the program. Scholarships are then determined for the second (and 4th, if applicable) semester.