Applications are invited for a master position in language pathology to study in USA. The initial contract for this position is four years and posible to extend. Applications will be evaluated immediately.
How do I qualify for Bright Futures Scholarships? The goal of the scholarship is to create opportunities for qualified students to earn a graduate degree in game changing fields like AI, Biotech and Health, Cybersecurity, Digital Media, Math, Physics, and Economics. Our expectation is that you will put your education to work to create a bright future for others.
What is my obligation if I receive the Bright Futures scholarship? We ask that you explain how you will work to create a bright future for others in your admissions essay. We believe that you will do well by doing good; in a way that is meaningful for you. You can begin by selecting an internship or a capstone project with an impact.
Which programs qualify for Bright Futures Scholarships? All science and technology programs at the Katz School of Science and Health qualify the Bright Futures Scholarship’s flat rate of $25,000 plus per semester fees. Speech Language Pathology (new Language Pathology scholarship positions) and Occupational Therapy are excluded. Those programs have their own scholarships. Speak to an admissions advisor for more details.
Are international students eligible? Yes. Bright Futures is intended to have a global impact, and to create the next generation of scientists and technologists who will make the world smarter, safer, and healthier. Domestic and international students are eligible to receive the scholarship.
Can Bright Futures Scholarships be combined with other scholarships? No. Bright Futures Scholarships may not be combined with other scholarships funded by the university. This includes Pathways, employee tuition remission, etc. You may however, apply other tuition support from your employer, foundations, or government programs to your tuition responsibility. These external scholarships will be applied first and then Bright Futures will be added. If you have questions, you should contact the Office of Student Finance.
What if I’ve already received a scholarship? You can choose the scholarship that works best for you, but may not combine multiple scholarships funded by the university.
Can I defer admissions this year and still keep my scholarship? You can defer until Spring 2021 and retain the scholarship, as long as you deposit to hold your seat.
Can I defer admissions until next year (Fall 2021 or Spring 2022) and still keep my scholarship? You can defer admissions and join the program the following year, as long as you deposit to hold your seat, but the scholarship is available only for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters.
Do I have to maintain a minimum GPA? Yes, like all scholarships at the Katz School of Science and Health, you must remain in good academic standing. See the catalog for details.
How quickly can I complete my degree? All programs are 30 or 36 credits long. Full-time students typically complete their programs in 15 or 21 months, respectively.
Can I complete my degree in one year? In some cases, this is possible depending on your previous major or professional experience, plus your ability for independent study or interdisciplinary coursework. Speak to your program advisor for more details.
Can I go to school part-time? Yes. Many of our students will be working professionals and others searching for a new position. We understand the need to balance life with school. The only requirement is that you register for at least 6 credits per semester and complete your degree within four years. If you are still completing your degree after four years, your tuition will be billed at the rates for the semesters in which you enroll.
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