Application is now open for the University of Chicago Rudolph Scholarship. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications.
About the University of Chicago
Henry S. Webber claimed that the University of Chicago swiftly established itself as one of the most affluent and prominent colleges in America after its founding in the late 19th century. The institution founded the Association of American Universities in 1900 to raise the bar for standards and procedures in higher education.
Illinois Institute of Technology For undergraduate college students at UChicago who plan to continue their education in an approved Master’s or professional program the year after they graduate, the Rudolph support offers a one-year, half tuition support.
The Susanne H. Rudolph Memorial Scholarship honors the late master of the Social Sciences Collegiate Division and William Benton Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science. This scholarship carries on Professor Rudolph’s commitment to serving College students.
Details about the University of Chicago Rudolph Scholarship:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Chicago
Scholarship Value: $15,000
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Chicago
CLASS OF 2023 SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY AND AWARD AMOUNT
The College will provide Class of 2023 College students who enroll in an approved UChicago Master’s or professional degree a one-year, half tuition stipend of $15,000 for the 2023–2024 academic year. This applies to Class of 2023 undergraduates enrolled in an appropriate combined degree program whose graduate degree program will continue through the conclusion of their college career and into the academic year 2023–2024.
In the “Qualifying Graduate Programs” section below, you may go through a list of approved courses. The Graduate Financial Aid team can help you with different types of financial aid if your program will continue through Spring Quarter 2024 to support you in finishing the remaining years of your education.
HUMANITIES DIVISION MATCHING SCHOLARSHIP
Students in the Class of 2023 who register for the 2023–2024 academic year in either the Master of Arts in Humanities or the Master of Arts in Digital Studies program will be qualified for a further $15,000 scholarship from the Division of the Humanities, making a total of $30,000 when combined with the Rudolph Scholarship.
SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION MATCHING SCHOLARSHIP
Students in the Class of 2022 who sign up for the Committee on International Relations or the Master of Arts in Social Sciences program for the 2022–2023 academic year will be qualified for a second $15,000 scholarship from the Social Sciences Division, making a total of $30,000 when combined with the Rudolph Scholarship.
Eligibility Criteria for the University of Chicago Rudolph Scholarship
QUALIFYING GRADUATE PROGRAMS
Discover the many graduate programs at UChicago that are eligible for the Rudolph Scholarship! All programs that will qualify for the Rudolph Award both this year and moving ahead are listed below; regretfully, the award is unable to cover other graduate programs.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES DIVISION
- Master of Science in Precision Health (1 year plus summer capstone class in Summer Quarter)
- Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (1 year)
- Master of Public Health The curriculum runs through the 2024–2025 academic year (4 academic quarters + a summer practicum).
CROWN FAMILY SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, POLICY, AND PRACTICE
- Urban Teacher Education Program (2 years)
- Master of Arts in Social Work, Social Policy, and Social Administration (2 years)
- Master of Arts in Religious Studies (1 year)
- Master of Liberal Arts (1 year)
HARRIS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY
- Master of Arts in Public Policy with Certificate in Research Methods (15 months)
- Master of Arts in Public Policy (1 year)
- Master of Public Policy (2 years)
- Master of Science in Computational Analysis and Public Policy (2 years)
PHYSICAL SCIENCES DIVISION
- Master of Science in Financial Mathematics (15 months)
- Master of Science in the Physical Sciences Division (1 year)
- Master of Science in Statistics (1 year)
- Master of Science in Analytics (1 year)
- Master of Science in Computational and Applied Mathematics (1 year)
- Master of Science in Computer Science (1 year)
PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MOLECULAR ENGINEERING
SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION
- Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences (1 year)
- Committee on International Relations (1 year)
- Master of Arts in Computational Social Science (2 years)
UCHICAGO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
QUALIFYING 5-YEAR JOINT DEGREE PROGRAMS
*Only for members of the Class of 2023 whose combined degree program will continue into the academic year 2023–2024.
- Joint BA/MPP in Public Policy Studies
- Joint BA/MS in Computational Analysis and Public Policy
- Joint BA/MA in Social Work, Social Policy, and Social Administration
- Joint BA/MAT in Education and Teaching Certification
- Joint BA/MA in the Humanities
Application Procedure for The University of Chicago Rudolph Scholarship
There is no need for a separate application for the University of Chicago Rudolph Scholarship! All Class of 2023 applicants to accredited graduate schools will be given equal consideration.
Financial Aid will get in touch with you if you’re admitted to a program that qualifies and provide further details about the award. Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for further details regarding the Rudolph Scholarship. You can also visit the official website for further details.
The Application Deadline is: Not Specified
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