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Crowdsourcing Masters program

July 2, 2020

Going directly from undergraduate to Ph.D can be a good idea for many students interested in research, but it’s not the only route or the best choice for everyone.

As I wrote before, for students that discovered their interest in theoretical CS late in their undergrad, or perhaps after they graduated, a research Masters, can be a great option. This is particularly the case if the program is funded (i.e., students get a stipend and don’t need to pay tuition). Such programs are not common in the U.S., but there are some excellent choices around the world.

Since (as far as I know) there is no single source listing such programs, I thought a crowdsourced Google spreadsheet might be useful and so created one here:

If you know of more places, please fill out this form:

  1. Ehud Schreiber permalink
    July 6, 2020 4:38 am

    I guess other Israeli universities would qualify, e.g.:
    Tel Aviv University (TAU): “we have a Full time dedication Scholarship” :
    Hebrew University (HUJI): “Fellowships to excelling students” : ; [in Hebrew]

  2. July 6, 2020 10:29 am

    Thank you! Please also add this to the google form if you haven’t already

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