What types of financial assistance are available to the genetic counseling students?
All students enrolled in the UCLA Master of Science in Genetic Counseling program receive program-specific financial assistance.
The amount is based on the Fellowship Track. The Personal Statement will be used to consider candidates for the Track B Fellowship. Candidates offered an interview will receive specific details about the Fellowship Tracks and other financial assistance opportunities.
Other fellowship opportunities at UCLA include Graduate Opportunity Fellowships (GOFP) to cover non-PDST tuition/fees in the first year and Graduate Council Diversity Fellowships to cover non-PDST tuition/fees in the second year. UCLA students can also apply to Teaching Assistantships and Graduate Student Research positions. For additional information about Financial Aid and Scholarships click here.