Depending upon background/skills, we usually offer students opportunities to participate in a wide range of studies covering theoretical, numerical and/or experimental research. Learn about our current projects here.
Financial support may be available in the form of graduate assistantships, which include tuition waivers and a subsidized fringe benefit package. In addition, the University of Hawai'i sometimes has scholarships available.
NOTE: Visit the UH Office of Graduate Education web site for additional information.
Finally, graduate scholarships and fellowships are regularly offered to qualified candidates by a number of organizations, some of which is listed below:
Most PhD students in the Department are supported by graduate assistantships
throughout their study, while MS students engaged in the Plan A thesis option
usually receive support after the first year of coursework. Details and assistantship application forms are available on the ORE Admission Link.
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