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Looking for funded master in Applied Statistics (or Quantitative Psychology)


Applemiu

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Hi all,

 

I am currently applying to Phd programs in psychology, but I am thinking about also applying to quantitative masters as an alternative (I am a double major in Psychology/Statistics). Unfortunately I can't afford to pay for a master right now, so I am looking for funded programs (or at least partly funded, like for example a tuition waiver without a stipend). Do you know about any such programs? I have found Michigan, but I guess the competition must be very high and my stats are average for what concerns a quantitative program (V163, Q162). If anybody knows of some other programs, or has tips and advices, I wold really appreciate it. 

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  • 2 weeks later...

It seems to me that some of the smaller, lesser known programs offer funding, so you might want to start there.

The problem is that even if they typically offer funding for their Masters program, most still will say on their website that funding is not guaranteed for Masters students, so you will most likely have to wait for an acceptance offer to find out unless you know someone who is currently in the program that has a better idea of the trends for that school specifically.

If you have a chance to speak with a current graduate students at a college, they are the ones to ask.

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