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Choice "highly recommends" this 5 volume set!
Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber
5 volume set, comb binding, $179.00
Getting a graduate degree is definitely a smart move. According to the Census Bureau, the average salary for a college graduate is around $46,000. But, this figure rises to more than $62,000 for master's degree recipients and to nearly $90,000 for those with doctoral or professional degrees.
However, graduate school is expensive. It can cost $25,000 or more to complete a master's degree and up to $100,000 to complete some doctoral or professional degrees. That's more than most students can afford to pay. Where can they turn for help?
Reference Service Press provides the answer to that question in five unique titles, each of which describes funding sources available specifically to support study and research on the graduate school level in a variety of disciplines:
You'll find it easy to use these volumes. In each, the funding programs are clearly described, with detailed information given on purpose, eligibility, financial data, duration, special features, limitations, number awarded, and deadline. Entries are grouped by purpose (research or study), so you can zero in on just the kind of aid you need. You'll even find the same convenience in the indexes, where title, organization, geographic coverage, subject, and deadline date entries are also subdivided by type of program.
No other source offers the coverage provided by these titles. That's why Choice "highly recommended" these directories.
Each of the volumes in this set can be ordered separately (see above), or the complete five-volume Graduate Funding Set for 2010-2012 can be purchased for the discounted price of $179.00 (ISBN 1588412024).
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