Information on various fellowship aid resources is available from these web pages. For questions on the below, please contact the Director of Graduate Fellowships. Individual departments may have additional information.
This section contains some helpful tips and hints on the finding, obtaining, and managing fellowship opportunities.
MIT has established a prestigious program of Presidential Fellowships to recruit the most outstanding students worldwide to pursue graduate studies at the Institute.
Generous donors have provided MIT with funds in support of stipend awards, for students who fall into unique categories. The Office of Graduate Education administers these awards
Generous donors have provided MIT with permanent funds in support of fellowships, many of which have unique restrictions. The Office of Graduate Education administers a number of these endowed fellowships through an annual competition.
The Hugh Hampton Young Fellowship seeks individuals exhibiting a blend of broad focus, leadership, and initiative.
This page highlights external fellowship opportunities, including those that are administered by the Office of Graduate Education and MIT’s Research and Administration Services, as well as non-MIT administered external fellowships.
Visit the scholarship database at MIT’s iGrad portal. Enter and set up your own free account, available for all MIT faculty, staff, students, spouses, and partners, to access the full site. Jobs and scholarships are posted, along with videos and articles with career and financial planning tips.
The “study abroad grants” page lists some opportunities for study outside the United States. The level of support ranges widely.
This page highlights some MIT fellowships which are administered outside the Office of Graduate Education, and also provides links to many non-MIT fellowships.