Financial Aid For Graduate Students
All health physics graduate students (MS, PHD) may be eligible for financial aids regardless of immigration status. Foreign nationals with their own funding are encouraged to apply for admissions for MS program.
Support available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents
Department of Energy (DOE) health physics fellowship (U.S. citizens only)
Nuclear Regulatory commission fellowships (U.S. citizens and permanent residents)
Duke Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory Fellowship (all students pending availability of funds)
U.S. Airforce HP Fellowship (U.S. citizens only)
G.I. Bills and other military service related funds (U.S. citizens)
Students may apply for federal and private fellowship awards
Various financial awards within Duke University Graduate School and Medical Physics
Funds available to foreign nationals
Foreign students are encouraged to apply for admissions and seek funds from their own countries and other international organizations (e.g., Fulbright Fellowship).