Applications may be downloaded from the FAU website (http://www.fau.edu/graduate/applyonline/index.php). All application materials, including the letter of intent, three letters of reference, and writing sample, should be uploaded into the graduate admission application prior to submission.
Transcripts should be sent to:
Comparative Studies Program
Florida Atlantic University
777 Glades Road
P. O. Box 3091
Boca Raton, FL 33431
The Ph.D. in Comparative Studies Program only accepts applications for the Fall semester of each academic year. The deadline for Fall admission is Feb. 1. For candidates not seeking Ph.D. fellowships, the deadline is March 1.
Graduate Teaching Assistantships are primarily available in English, French, Italian, and Spanish. GTAs gain valuable experience teaching and/or assisting in undergraduate course in their disciplines. The teaching assistantship includes a $15,000.00 stipend as well as a full tuition waiver. Students awarded GTAs become eligible to compete for Presidential Fellowships, which add $5,000 to the annual stipend.
Special fellowships for students concentrating their studies in areas related to Peace, Justice, and Human Rights are also available on a competitive basis.
If you are interested in competing for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship, please include in your statement of purpose this request and indicate any prior teaching experience you may have had in your MA program or elsewhere. Be sure to indicate in which areas you feel qualified to work (English, Spanish, French, Italian, Communications, etc.).