- Awards & Fellowships
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- Student Handbook - AIM & Math
- Students On the Job Market - AIM & Math
- Student Spotlight - AIM & Math
- Thesis Defense Schedule
Students admitted to the Ph.D. program will be offered a full funding package for their studies. Typically, the offer entails 5 years of funding that includes a stipend, tuition, as well as health and dental benefits. Support is usually offered in the form of a Graduate Student Instructorship (GSI). Offers often contain a stipend for the first 3 summers. After that, Ph.D. students are expected to find external funding through a GSRA appointment, summer GSI teaching, external internships, or jobs on campus.
Students admitted to the Master's program are expected to secure their own financial support. A student may fund his/her education through personal funds, loans, financial aid, fellowships, or through employment at the University. The University of Michigan establishes standard student budgets each year to help students plan how they will pay for their graduate program. Master's students are encouraged to seek employment opportunities in other academic departments and around campus.