The majority of UCLA Anderson students rely on some combination of fellowships and/or loans to fund their educational expenses. We award over $9.5 million a year in merit fellowships and donor fellowships. Entering students are automatically considered for merit and donor fellowships at the time of admission. Fellowships and loans are issued in three disbursements (fall, winter, and spring quarters).
In addition to fellowships and loans, second-year students are also eligible to apply to become graduate teaching assistants (TAs) or research assistants (RAs).
Additional financing options are available through the UCLA Graduate Division.