By Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber.
292 pages, comb binding, $42.50
Billions of dollars are available to support graduate study and research in all areas of the arts and humanities, including:
In the past, it was difficult to find out about these opportunities. Information about them was scattered throughout a number of directories or, for many programs, not available at all. With the publication of Money for Graduate Students in the Arts & Humanities, this has all changed.
How does the directory help you?
If you are working on a master's, professional, doctoral, or other graduate degree in any of the arts or humanities, the 2010-2012 edition of this directory will make it easy for you to find out about the 1,000 biggest and best fellowships, grants, and awards available to support your work in these fields. Best of all, only "free" money is identified. This is your chance to find out about billions of dollars in aid, knowing that not one dollar of that will need to be repaid (provided, of course, that stated requirements are met)!
What kinds of funding programs are included in the directory?
The programs described here range from $13,000 for graduate research on the history of art or architecture, to $30,000 to complete a dissertation in Judaic studies, to $33,500 for the graduate study of Byzantine culture, to full tuition plus $13,250 for the first year of graduate work in any branch of the humanities.
What kind of information do you get?
Full details are given for each program: contact information, purpose, eligibility, money awarded, duration, special features, limitations, number offered, and deadline date. Since the entries are grouped by recipient level (master's or doctoral degree), you'll be able to turn directly to the section that describes the type of funding you need. Plus, extensive indexing lets you access the programs by subject, residency, tenability, sponsor, title, and even deadline date.
What does this mean to you?
Now, you only need to check one place to identify the biggest and best funding opportunities that are available to help you pay for a master's, professional, or doctoral degree in the arts and humanities! That's why American Reference Books Annual found the directory "invaluable" and Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center calls the listing "enormously helpful." Want to read more reviews?Click here.
Want to look inside the book?
Still not sure this book is right for you? Need to know more about what the directory can do for you? Want to see the kind of information you'll get? Here's your chance to look inside the book and see the first 15 pages, including the table of contents, introduction, author bios, and a sample entry from the book.
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This directory has been prepared as part of RSP's five-volume Graduate Funding Set. Each volume in the set focuses on a different subject area. Money for Graduate Students in the Arts & Humanities can be purchased separately (use the order button at the top of this page) or at a discounted price as part of this set.