When you compare the cost of a UB education to national averages, the value is clear: Our tuition and fees are among the lowest and most competitive in the nation. The Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies is committed to producing graduates hampered by as little debt as possible.
Teaching assistantships are awarded competitively to two categories of students: incoming and continuing. Teaching assistantships are granted for periods of one year and are renewable up to a total of four years with satisfactory progress. Fifth-year funding is competitive and contingent on (a) department need and (b) availability of funds.
Please note: Fifth-year funding is not guaranteed. For further information, please review the GGSs Graduate Student Handbook.
If you are a minority or the first generation in your family to attend college, and you meet the academic guidelines, you may be eligible for a Schomburg Fellowship. To be considered, please submit an additional personal statement with your application to the department that explains why you would be a good candidate for this Fellowship.
NWSA will award $1,000 to a student who, in the fall of the year of the award, will be engaged in the research or writing stages of a Master's Thesis or PhD Dissertation in the interdisciplinary field of women's studies. The research project must enhance the NWSA mission. This opportunity is open to current NWSA individual members.
International applicants are encouraged to begin their pursuit of financial aid with academic departments or scholarship organizations in their own countries. Some opportunities for aid for foreign students include: