External Scholarships and Fellowships
Students may find additional scholarship information at the UH Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid, the UH Graduate School or from a variety of external sources. Students are encouraged to avoid using sites or companies that charge a fee for service; however, if students choose to use these companies, first check with the Better Business Bureau about the specific company/organization.
Below are some general online resources offering information about financial aid opportunities.
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External Programs for Graduate Students
In addition to internal university/college and federal/state based financial aid, graduate students also may pursue external sources of scholarships and fellowships to support their education expenses. Numerous non-profit foundations, public/private companies, and other organizations offer education assistance programs (exclusive of travel awards for related to scientific presentations) for which students apply directly through the organizations.
Below are some external organizations offering programs specifically for graduate students (see link for specific eligibility criteria and application instructions):
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education (AFPE)
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
National Science Foundation (NSF)
National Institutes of Health, Predoctoral Fellowship
American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowship
(note: foreign nationals may apply)