MALLT Graduate Student Funding
There is a variety of funding available to graduate students. Please see the specific headings for more information about each type of funding. Students are encouraged to apply to more than one funding source.
The four departments participating in MALLT award a number of part-time Teaching Assistant (TA) appointments for the academic year.
Graduate Research Assistantships
The Language Resource Center (LRC) offers several Graduate Research Assistantship positions in the Faculty Development Lab (FDL) of the Languages Resource Center (LRC). This enables students to expand their assistantship experience and gain a broader perspective of language instruction.
Graduate School Fellowships
Applicants for the MALLT degree are also eligible to apply for Graduate School fellowships and scholarships awarded on a competitive basis throughout the University. Fellowship applicants should take the GRE (Graduate Record) examination, which is not required for admission into MALLT. Students should submit their applications for the Graduate School and Advance Opportunity Program Fellowships to MALLT by mid-January to ensure enough time for processing in order to meet the submission deadline set by the Graduate School. If you have questions, contact the Graduate Academic Programs and Student Services office: 414-229-6569.
Advanced Opportunity Fellowships
The Advanced Opportunity Fellowship is for new and continuing graduate students who are members of underrepresented groups or who are otherwise disadvantaged.
The Graduate School offers travel awards to students enrolled in a master's or doctoral program to assist with travel expenses for presenting papers at professional meetings or conferences.
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Applicants with a Latin American/Caribbean focus to their studies may apply for FLAS Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship.
Study Abroad Grants and Scholarships
For information on scholarship opportunities for study in various countries.
Non-Resident Tuition Remission
If you are not a resident of the state of Wisconsin, you may request Non-Resident Tuition Remission (NRTR). This means that you would pay tuition at the resident rate rather than at the higher non-resident rate. There are a limited number of NRTRs, awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit. For current resident and non-resident tuition rates, please see the Business and Financial Services Tuition and Fees web page.
After you are admitted into the MALLT program, you may apply for Non-Resident Tuition Remission. Please write a letter explaining your financial circumstances and send it to the MALLT Coordinator at the following address:University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MALLT Program Office
P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201-0413