Benefits of Graduate Fellowships

Merrimack is committed to making your master’s degree affordable while providing you with immersive, hands-on paraprofessional experiences. Our graduate fellowships offer:

Affordability with Steep Tuition Discounts.

Offered in most of our master’s degree programs, these competitive fellowship opportunities put your career on the fast-track while providing a tuition discount of 50-100%.

High-impact Professional Experience.

You’ll build your professional experience while saving thousands on tuition. Fellowships offer unparalleled opportunities for developing high-level, real-world skills in your field of expertise. 

Access to Faculty and Staff Mentors.

With the guidance of experienced site-based supervisors and Merrimack faculty mentors, you’ll have the support you need to excel in your field placement and in your graduate studies. 

Types of Graduate Fellowships

Merrimack offers four graduate fellowships. Explore fellowship opportunities by school to determine details and types of fellowships available.  Looking for scholarship info?

Fellowship Opportunities by School

Winston School of Education and Social Policy

Our education and social policy fellowships allow you to work at the College or a partner institution where you’ll get first-rate professional experience and build skills that set you apart in the job market. 

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School of Health Sciences

Merrimack College’s one-of-a-kind health sciences fellowships offer a hands-on experience that you can’t get in a classroom. You’ll work in a professional practice while enjoying a reduction in your tuition. 

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School of Liberal Arts

You can earn while you learn via one of Merrimack’s fellowships in the School of Liberal Arts. These competitive awards provide supervised work experience with a tuition discount.

See Liberal Arts Fellowships

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