To cover tuition and fees, offer a modest stipend, and provide health insurance, we are almost always able to furnish students in the master’s program in Comparative Media Studies with research assistantships (through research group funding) or fellowships.
While we can’t guarantee financial support, our goal is always to provide funding to those graduate students who seek it.
For context on the amount your financial support would cover, full regular tuition per term for fall and spring of 2013-2014 is $21,605. Tuition in either fall or spring terms also covers subjects offered for academic credit during the January independent activities period (IAP). (Tuition is established each spring by the MIT Registrar’s Office.)
To be considered for this funding, you will fill out a Financial Information Form as part of your application and indicate which of our research groups you would be most interested in working with.
International students are required also to submit a Financial Certification Form showing proof of funds at a level determined by the International Students Office in order to acquire a visa.
- Our research groups
- Information about living costs
- International students: Financial Certification Form (PDF)