Northeastern University’s Student Financial Services Office administers two forms of graduate financial aid.
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The Department of Economics is housed within the College of Social Sciences and Humanities. When researching the rates for graduate tuition and fees on Northeastern University’s tuition page, please refer to the rates posted for the College of Social Sciences and Humanities. Tuition and fees are subject to revision by the University’s President and the Board of Trustees.
The economics department offers two types of financial aid to incoming students.
First, it offers Teaching Assistantships to Doctoral applicants who have been admitted into the program. Every admitted applicant who requests financial aid will receive a recommendation from the department for a TA. This is a multi-year award, generally renewable while the student is in the program and making progress toward the degree. The award includes tuition remission for up to 12 semester hours per semester, plus a cash stipend. For the 2015-16 academic year, the stipend is $20,000.
Second, it offers Excellence in Economics Fellowships to qualified Master’s applicants. These awards are limited in number and are offered only to those that we perceive to be our most promising applicants. These awards cover tuition remission only. The amount of tuition remitted will vary with the award.