The Graduate School awards Yale University Fellowships, ranging from full tuition to tuition plus a stipend of up to $10,500 (for 1998-99), in most departments. University Fellowships are awarded to entering students on the basis of recommendations by individual departments. Both merit and need are considered in the award of University Fellowships.
At Yale teaching and full-time graduate study are regarded as complementary
and teaching fellows remain registered as full-time students. Teaching fellowships
are available in most departments and are normally combined with other fellowships
to establish a 4-year pattern of support. In cooperation with the academic
departments, the Graduate School attempts to provide teaching opportunities
sufficient to enhance graduate education but not so numerous as to prevent
completion of the Ph.D. within 6 years.
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