Opportunities for Graduate Student Funding
Graduate assistantships are usually awarded on the basis of academic merit. They cover a portion of the tuition fees. In return, students are expected to work a number of hours, as assigned, normally for an academic department or specific professor. Graduate students may apply for an assistantship at the dean’s office in their respective school. For more details, please refer to the Graduate Academic Rules and Procedures.
As a supplementary form of financial aid, LAU offers employment to students who have acquired desired work skills catering to the needs of the University. Placement and hourly rates depend on the student’s skills and academic level. Interested students may apply online.
Other Graduate Financial Support
For details on all forms of financial support provided to graduate students, check out this page.