Biomedical Graduate Education

Scholarships & Funding

There are many possible sources of funding to help defray the costs of graduate education. BGE has curated a list of opportunities within Georgetown and from external sources.

Funding for New Students

While applying to a graduate program, you may also apply for various BGE funding opportunities.

Master’s Programs

BGE offers several scholarships for master’s students.

New Student Scholarships

Ph.D. Programs

Incoming Ph.D. students are eligible for merit-based assistantships, fellowships and scholarships.

Ph.D. Tuition & Stipend

Funding for Current Students

Fund Your Education

Students are encouraged to apply for awards and grants available through Georgetown University, as well as opportunities offered by external organizations.

Fund Your Research and Travel

Research projects and conference travel present additional costs. Georgetown and external organizations offer funding to support your work and achievements.

Ph.D. graduates are eligible for the Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Awards.

External Funding Sources

Our students and postdocs receive various external awards and grants each year.

Meet External Fellowship & Award Recipients

Our Writing Resources list may help you in preparing your applications.

Many of our students and postdocs have received funding from the below sources. View the External Fellowship & Award Recipients page for awardee profiles.

  • Mistletoe Research Fellowship
  • National Institutes of Health National Research Service (F30) 
  • National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellowship 
  • NCI & NIDCD Ruth L. Kirschstein Diversity National Research Service Award (F30)
  • NCI Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Transition Fellowship (F99/K000)
  • NIH Blueprint Diversity Specialized Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Advancement in Neuroscience (D-SPAN) Award (F99/K00)
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
  • NSF Fellowship

More Financial Resources

The Office of Student Financial Services offers guidance from application to graduation. Get started by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Office of Student Financial Services