Monday, August 28, 2017

Are you struggling to pay for graduate school, and do you find yourself looking for scholarships for master’s programs? We’ve created this article with you in mind.
Despite the challenges and stress of assessment tests, applications, homework, and research, the hardest part about deciding to pursue a master’s degree is often the question of how to pay for it. While most graduate schools accept financial aid in the form of federal student loans, you may have already accrued a hefty debt while paying for your undergraduate years. Master’s degree scholarships, grants, and fellowships require a little extra effort to achieve, but they can prove to be a career-changing benefit to any master’s student struggling to juggle coursework and research (not to mention maintaining a balanced diet of something other than ramen noodles).