PhD Program Tuition and Aid

The University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School PhD Program provides a five year financial aid package. Currently, the financial aid package includes a stipend of $27,590 and full tuition remission for five years and comprehensive health insurance to both domestic and international students.

You can apply for PhD program financial aid during the application process.

University of Pittsburgh Financial Aid Resources

University of Pittsburgh Policy Statement: Information regarding teaching assistantships, graduate student assistantships, and teaching fellowships.
University of Pittsburgh Tuition and Fees Information
University of Pittsburgh Human Resources: Information regarding health insurance benefits for graduate student assistants, teaching assistants, teaching fellows, and their families.
University of Pittsburgh Office of International Services: Information on international admissions, immigration services, international social and cultural programming.

Additional Financial Aid Opportunities

PhD Project
The Rotary Foundation
Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Research/Travel Funding

PhD students are strongly encouraged to attend major academic conferences in fields relevant to their career development. The Doctoral Program provides each PhD student with an annual allocation for travel. In addition, the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) offers extra travel funding for graduate students who attend academic conferences.