Financial Aid for Graduate School and Professional Studies
Financial aid for graduate school and professional studies is available to students from a variety of sources and for every type of field. The following resources can help equip with the financial aid necessary to continue their education.
If you're looking for information about fellowships, check the Scholarships and Fellowships section. You should also visit the Admissions Testing page for information about the graduate admissions tests, the Graduate Student Educational Resources page for information about applying to graduate school, and the Private Loans page for information about alternative loans.
Financial Aid for Graduate School
CRAW Graduate School Information Kit
Financial Aid for Business School
Besides the below organizations, a major source of financial aid for MBA students is Employer Tuition Assistance.
Several lenders offer student loans customized for the needs of MBA students in addition to Federal Stafford and PLUS loans:
Consortium for Graduate Study in Management
Financial Aid for Law School
For information about the LSATs and financial aid for law school, visit the Admissions Testing page.
Law students are eligible to apply for Federal Stafford Loans. In addition, the following organizations offer private loans for law students.
Food and Drug Law Institute Scholarships
Financial Aid for Medical School
Several lenders offer student loans customized for the needs of medical students, in addition to Federal Stafford and PLUS loans.
Access Group offers the Medical Access Loan and Medical Residency Loans, Dental Access Loans and Dental Residency/Dental Board Examination Loans, and Health Access Loans.
Graduate Leverage offers federal and private loan programs, including residency/internship and relocation programs, to support medical students both in-school and after graduation.
Sallie Mae offers Residency and Relocation Loans for students pursuing their career in the medicinal field. They also offer the same opportunities for dental students.
Few scholarships are available for medical students, other than those offered by the schools themselves. For more information on the aid that is available, check the free databases listed in the Scholarships and Fellowships section. Below are links to two other notable scholarship and loan repayment programs that may help you:
Medical Student Associations
American Medical Student Association
AMA Medical Student Section
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