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There are multiple funding opportunities available to current and prospective SILC graduate students.
Teaching Assistant positions
The department offers funding in the form of Teaching Assistant positions to support students throughout their graduate degree program. TA positions include tuition remission, student health insurance, and a stipend ($16,000 for the 2018-19 academic year). TA positions are highly competitive, and only offered to the most qualified applicants. SILC does not hire TAs who are not enrolled in one of its graduate programs.
Students may be eligible for internships through the Connected Academics initiative at ASU. Arizona State University is one of three universities nationally chosen by the Modern Language Association and the Mellon Foundation to re-imagine PhD education in the humanities for the twenty-first century. Through the MLA-Mellon Connected Academics Grant, we have designed programs that advances your career goals. Connected Academics enriches the experience of earning a doctoral degree in languages and literatures through augmented curricula, expanded para-curricular development, and extensive mentoring.
As you develop your areas of expertise, you may pursue an internship opportunity within an organization outside your academic program. Internships may involve work in other disciplinary areas at ASU, partner educational institutions (K12, community college, or four-year), cultural organizations, other non-profits, or industry.
Internships are designed to extend learning opportunities beyond the classroom as they allow you to gain hands-on experience in professional work environments related to your academic and career interests. An internship will provide you with a breadth and depth of experience, opportunities for you to apply principles learned in and outside the classroom, observe professionals in action, develop specific skills, and better understand structures of structures of diverse work environments.
School of International Letters and Cultures Fellowships and Awards
Visit SILC’s Scholarships and Awards page for more information.
Graduate College Fellowships and Awards
The ASU Graduate College offers a variety of opportunities for students to fund their graduate education. Awards that SILC students have previously received include:
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Fellowships and Awards
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is proud to offer a variety of fellowships and awards to our graduate students. These fellowships may be awarded based on merit, financial need or specific academic criteria. Unlike loans, scholarships do not have to be repaid.
Study Abroad Assistantships
Each study abroad program in SILC selects one graduate teaching assistant to assist the program director. For more information about these programs, visit SILC’s study abroad page.
ASU Financial Aid office
There are a variety of other ways to pay for your graduate education. ASU’s Financial Aid office website outlines information about Loans, Grants, Federal Work Study, and other on-campus jobs.
Many SILC graduate students receive funds from other sources like nonprofit groups and private organizations.
There are a variety of funding opportunities in varying scales and forms, and students are encouraged to use these resources as well as conduct their own research for opportunities.