Merit-Based Tuition Scholarships

The Master of Science in Global Health program provides partial merit-based scholarships. Students are automatically considered for funding when their applications are submitted. The assessment for merit-based tuition scholarships weighs factors such as GPA, MCAT/GRE scores, past research, and academic or professional experience.

Additionally, all admitted students are awarded travel funding of $4,000 to $6,000, as a means to cover the costs of their Capstone research. Please note, students in the Master of Science in Global Health Program are not eligible for Graduate School scholarships covering tuition and living stipends.

NEED MORE INFORMATION?

For more information about the Master of Science in Global Health program, please email ghms@nd.edu.