Type of Fellowships
The PI offers financial support for highly qualified graduate students for the following three categories:
Fellowship Graduate Research/Teaching Assistantship (FGR/TA):
The FGR/TA is awarded to highly qualified students who are encouraged to pursue to PhD. PI Graduate Fellowship holders are expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5 during the fellowship period.
Graduate Research/Teaching Assistantship (GR/TA):
These students satisfy the criteria for employment as Graduate Assistants but do not meet the highly selective criteria set for the FGR/TA. Students assigned to GRA and GTA positions are required to have a minimum GPA 3.25. Highly qualified GR/TA students may transfer to Fellowship GR/TA.
Visiting Graduate Research/Teaching Assistantship (VGR/TA)/Graduate Internship Student:
The VGR/TA is a visiting student who is studying at other institutions and co-advised by the PI faculty.
ADNOC Fellowship PI Master Program (4+1)
-Only for PI undergraduate students
The ADNOC Fellowship PI Master Program allows outperforming PI undergraduate students to take graduate courses during their senior year so that they can complete their Master degree within a year from completion of their B.Sc. degree.