Gallatin graduate students should refer to the chart below for information about sources of funding available through Gallatin. Please also consult the NYU Office of Financial Aid website, which has a very helpful webpage with information about scholarships and grants, including instructions for how to register on "scholly," a scholarship search tool that matches students with appropriate scholarships.
Thesis Research Support
Students who have an approved thesis proposal may apply for small grants from Gallatin to help support their research:
SIFF Grant (for students completing performance theses)
The NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science has created a website that lists a number of external fellowships for which NYU graduate students are eligible to apply. These are fellowships which require endorsement from NYU, which means that students who are interested in applying need to plan far in advance. While some fellowships listed on the site are for PhD students only, there are a number of fellowships for which NYU MA students are eligible to apply, including the following:
NYU Provost's Global Research Initiatives
The Provost's Global Research Initiatives program supports research-related activities at a select number of NYU's Global sites. The program supports short- and long-term faculty and graduate student visits to the sites.
Fulbright Student Program (IIE)
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, and administered by the Institute for International Education (IIE), offers diverse opportunities for research and cultural exchange for current U.S. students and recent graduates.
If you are thinking of applying for any of these fellowships, please contact the Administrative Director for the MA Program to discuss your plans. In some cases, you may need to submit your materials to Gallatin to review before the NYU submission deadlines.