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For applicants and entering students, student financial support funds at UCLA are provided to graduate students in the form of grants, awards, traineeships, teaching assistantships and graduate student researcher appointments. Support based solely on need is also provided, in the form of work-study and loans, through the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office.
A student may receive both a departmental or Division of Graduate Education award in addition to an award based solely on financial need if the need-based criteria are met. However, the amount of a need-based award may change based on any other additional awards.
Doctoral Student Travel Grants for Conferences, Professional Development and Off-Campus Research (DTG): This program is to encourage eligible doctoral students to present their work and to network at conferences in their field, to support travel associated with off-campus research and to enable students to take advantage of off-campus professional development opportunities.
Each eligible new doctoral student is provided up to $1,000 total reimbursement that can be used, in whole or in part, at any time through the student’s seventh year in the doctoral program, as long as the student and the activities meet the eligibility requirements. For more details, please see the relevant section in the Graduate Student Financial Support booklet.
You are strongly urged to apply in all funding categories for which you may qualify.