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College of Engineering Fellowship

This highly competitive fellowship funds $30,000 for two years (Master of Science thesis) or three to four years (Doctor of Philosophy) in addition to health insurance costs, and tuition and fees. All competitive domestic applicants who applied for a fall semester matriculation are considered for this prestigious fellowship. One student is awarded for each participating department. 

  • Award: $30,000/year
  • Residentship requirements: U.S. resident or permanent resident
  • Applicable to: New masters (Master of Science) and new doctoral students
  • Must be nominated by engineering graduate department

Engineering Graduate Merit Doctoral Fellowship

This highly competitive fellowship funds $30,000 for three to four years (Doctor of Philosophy) in addition to health insurance costs, and tuition and fees. All competitive domestic applicants who applied for a fall semester matriculation are considered for this prestigious fellowship. One student is awarded for each participating department. 
  • Award : $30,000/year
  • Residentship requirements: U.S. resident or permanent resident
  • Applicable to: New doctoral students
  • Must be nominated by engineering graduate department

National Security Fellow Awards For Academic Year 2021

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering is offering fully-funded research positions for doctoral students beginning their doctoral program at Texas A&M. This up to four-year graduate research program will support doctoral research in defense-related technical fields beginning the fall of 2021. Students must be performing research in the areas of hypersonics, modeling and simulation, synthetic environments, artificial intelligence to support autonomous vehicles, or other closely related areas. Each awarded position will include a $24,000 to 30,000 per year salary -- in addition to tuition, fees and health insurance -- and is intended for new doctoral students.

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