Students accepted into the Graduate Program receive a financial aid package that allows them to live and study at UCI. A description of the different type of financial aid can be accessed here.
Additionally, there is a range of small fellowships funded by the School of Humanities available to all graduate students in the different programs of the School. Typically, these fellowships allow students to participate in regional, national or international conferences, to engage in sustained research outside UCI or devote time to the writing of their dissertation.
The Spanish department provides small fellowships for conference travel. Additionally, starting in their second year students have the opportunity of teaching summer courses to supplement the University stipend.
Applications for fellowship opportunities inside the School or the department are normally announced via email. Information is also available in the Humanities Commons section of the School of Humanities website.All fellowships and financial opportunities administered by the School of Humanities and the Spanish Department are competitive. Admittance into the program does not guarantee access to this funding.