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The University of Texas at Dallas Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science

Graduate Scholarships:

  • Jonsson School $1000 Graduate Study Scholarships

    These $1,000 competitive, merit-based scholarships are awarded to incoming graduate students and are renewable at the discretion of the academic department in which the recipients are studying. The application deadline is July 15 each year.  Scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis starting in February, and students are encouraged to apply early. For more information about this scholarship, click here.

  • Scholarship fact sheet for systems engineering students

  • Systems Engineering Department Graduate Student Scholarships

    The Systems Engineering Department now offers a limited number of $1,000 competitive, merit-based scholarships to existing graduate students in the Systems Engineering and Management degree program (SEM) who have completed at least 18 credit hours. Scholarships will be awarded for the Fall and Spring Semesters. These SEM Merit Scholarships are renewable for a second semester, subject to satisfactory academic performance and availability of funding.

    Factsheet and Department scholarship application

  • Teaching assistants (TAs)

    Teaching assistants (TAs) are selected and supported by the Systems Engineering Department based on students’ academic merit and prior research experience. After admission to the Systems Engineering Department, to be considered for Teaching Assistantship (TA) awards, students are required to submit TA application:

    • Applications are accepted between April 1 and May 16 of each academic year for consideration of TA awards in the upcoming academic year.
    • Current TAs are also required to apply for renewal of their assistantships.
    • TA Application is active and available only during the application period.

 

For additional scholarships, please see the Jonsson School fellowship page.

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