Scholarship and Funding

 

Funding

FAES’s core mission is to provide affordable academic courses that remain accessible to working professionals and researchers who are interested in furthering their education and career goals and meet the applicable prerequisites for the course.

FAES provides limited partial scholarships, offering up to 50% tuition discount per credit, to eligible students in need of financial assistance and who can make a short and compelling justification as to how the respective FAES course would help them in their career or professional development. The award of a scholarship is contingent upon the recipient taking the course for credit and completing the course satisfactorily, which is determined as “C” or above, or “Pass,” when the course is graded on a Pass/Fail basis.

The FAES Student Scholarship Fund provides partial scholarships to postbac, graduate, and postdoctoral Fellows as well as NIH, non-NIH government or non-profit employees with limited income working in the research, practice, or education of health sciences.

How to Apply

To apply, students should complete the Scholarship Application Form and submit the form electronically, including a current C.V./resume, to registrar@faes.org, with SUBJECT LINE: FAES Scholarship Application_(insert last name here).

Only complete applications will be considered. All applicants, please be sure to first register for the course online. If you do not register, and the course fills up by the time the scholarships are determined, you will not be granted a seat in the course.

All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application during the last week of the regular registration period.

Deadline for Applications

Fall 2020 | August 28, 2020

Spring 2021 | January 22, 2021

Summer 2021 | June 4, 2021

Terms and Conditions

FAES will only consider applications for one course per semester. Expenses for textbooks are not covered.

The award of a scholarship is contingent upon the recipient taking the course for credit and completing the course satisfactorily, which is determined as “C” or above, or “Pass,” when the course is graded on a Pass/Fail basis.

The application form is available on our website at www.faes.org/ap