Scholarships

 

Hoyas for Science Scholarship

Georgetown University Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) is committed to creating a diverse community composed of the most qualified students. This scholarship rewards applicants whose background or experience, when evaluated holistically, suggests they are uniquely able to contribute to the diversity of the BGE community. As part of the scholarship program, BGE may provide scholarships to newly-admitted students in the amount equal to twenty percent (20%) of tuition costs for one academic year. Eligible and qualified applicants will have a record of superior academic achievement (including factors such as grade point average, honors, or other designation) and demonstrate a commitment to biomedical research and graduate studies at the Master’s level.

The scholarship Application is due two weeks after submitting the online application for the Systems Medicine program. Apply for the scholarship here

Ignatian Hoya Biomedical Academic Scholarship

This scholarship through the office of Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) will provide a partial tuition assistance credit of $15,000 to newly admitted students. The scholarship will be offered to selected eligible newly admitted students who have graduated (or are in their final year) from a Jesuit college/university and who represent the Ignatian ideals in their personal accomplishments. Eligible and qualified students will have a record of superior academic achievement (including factors such as grade point average, honors, or other designation), show a commitment to biomedical research and graduate studies at the Master’s level, and demonstrate their commitment to Jesuit ideals and call to service through an essay.

The scholarship Application is due two weeks after submitting the online application for the Systems Medicine program. Apply for the scholarship here

Segal AmeriCorps Education Award

100% match of your Segal AmeriCorps Education Award applied to the program in your first semester of enrollment.

Jesuit Volunteer Corps Service Scholarship

Individuals who have served for at least one year with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps will receive a 20% tuition scholarship during each semester in which they are enrolled. 

BGE MS Merit-Based Tuition Scholarship

A limited number of partial merit-based tuition scholarships are awarded by the Office of Biomedical Graduate Education on the recommendation of the Systems Medicine program. The scholarship is selected by the Admissions Committee on a rolling basis for students with a record of superior academic achievement (including factors such as grade point average, honors, or other designation), and who show a commitment to biomedical research and graduate studies at the Master’s level.

Dr. Robert Steven Ledley Endowed Scholarship Fund

The fund provides partial merit-based scholarships for Fall incoming students enrolled in either the MD/MS Dual-Degree Program or Master's in Systems Medicine Program. The fund is established by National Biomedical Research Foundation and the Ledley family in memory of Dr. Robert S. Ledley. a visionary scientist, inventor of the first whole-body CT scanner, and a pioneer of computer medicine and medical informatics. Dr. Ledley was Professor of Physiology, Biophysics, and Radiology at Georgetown University from 1970-2005. 

The scholarship is selected by the Admissions Committee on a rolling basis for students with a record of superior academic achievement (including factors such as grade point average, honors, or other designation), and who show a commitment to biomedical research and graduate studies at the Master’s level.

Systems Medicine Scholarship Honors the Late Robert Ledley

See pictures below.