Each year the Notre Dame University–Louaize Graduate Programs offer a number of
assistantships, scholarships, and fellowships based on academic
qualifications of applicants. These grants may cover all or a portion of
the cost of tuition. Assistantships and Fellowship awards usually
include both a tuition scholarship and a monthly stipend for services
provided to the student's academic department or program. The details of
such financial aid are the prerogative of the concerned Faculty
University fellowships for entering graduate students are awarded on the
basis of scholastic excellence and adequate preparation for graduate
study as displayed by academic records and letters of recommendation.
University fellowships for continuing students are awarded on the basis
of the student's record since the start of the Graduate program. This
includes performance in relevant coursework and research or creative
activity, letters of recommendations from faculty members, and the
endorsement of the graduate advisor.
University fellowships are administered through the concerned Graduate Faculty and students are nominated by graduate advisors.
Graduate assistantships - teaching, research, and academic - provide
financial aid to outstanding students. Such students can offer the
University valuable services. Students must maintain a good academic
standing. In addition, all graduation requirements must be
satisfactorily met. If you are interested in a Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) or Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA) position, please inquire about available positions within the Faculty you are applying to.
Chedid Re Scholarship Fund for Actuarial Sciences
To qualify for the Chedid Re Scholarship, applicants must:
- Be looking to pursue a Master’s degree in Actuarial Sciences at NDU;
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 /4.0 on their undergraduate studies;
- Have exemplary academic and personal track record during their undergraduate studies;
- Be open to perform an internship/ project at Chedid-Re if the opportunity arises;
- Be willing to sign an undertaking letter in which they pledge to reimburse the full fees paid on their behalf by the scholarship in the event they decide to drop the program for any reason;
- Be available for an interview;
- Complete all requirements and graduate in two years.
Students who meet the above criteria may apply for the scholarship by filling out the Graduate Application Form and the Chedid Re Application Form and emailing it to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.