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Financial Aid for Graduate and First-Professional Students 2003-04. NASSGAP/NCHELP 22nd Annual Student Financial Aid Research Network Conference June 9-11, 2005. Susan Choy MPR Associates Berkeley, California [email protected] Graduate and First-Professional Students. Full-time, full-year.

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Financial Aid for Graduate and First-Professional Students 2003-04

NASSGAP/NCHELP 22nd Annual StudentFinancial Aid Research Network Conference

June 9-11, 2005

Susan Choy

MPR AssociatesBerkeley, California

[email protected]


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Graduate and First-Professional Students 2003-04

Full-time, full-year

14%

Other

Less than full-time, full-year

11%

3%

2%

13%

12%

First-Professional

10%

60%

Master’s

47%

7%

14%

Doctoral

7%


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Master’s Degree Students 2003-04

Percent

Delayed no more than 2 years

Percent of total

Primarily employee

Worked full time

Enrolled part time

Male

Business (MBA)

Education*

All other master’s degrees

1832

50

3538

52

5920

46

6466

42

7270

47

8087

72

*MEd, MAT, or other master’s degree and education major


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Average Amount Received 2003-04

$12,6009,50012,500

4,9002,8005,100

16,20012,50013,100

7,5007,8008,400

MBA

Education

Other

Master’s Degree Students

Percent with Aid

73

63

Any aid

74

49

32

Grants

38

38

37

Loans

42

6

Assistantships

7

19

0

20

40

60

80

100

Percent


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Doctoral Degree Students 2003-04

Percent

Delayed no more than 2 years

Percent of total

Primarily employee

Worked full time

Enrolled full time

Male

PhD (Except in Education)

Education doctorate

Other doctorate

5816

27

4311

50

5536

45

1566

28

3070

33

5424

58

*EdD or other doctorate and education major.


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Average Amount Received 2003-04

$21,20012,70021,700

12,2005,3007,000

12,80015,00022,800

14,00010,10010,100

PhD (Except in Education)

Education

Other

Doctoral Degree Students

Percent with Aid

87

69

Any aid

80

63

42

Grants

44

20

30

Loans

54

58

Assistantships

19

17

0

20

40

60

80

100

Percent


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First-Professional Degree Students 2003-04

Percent

Delayed no more than 2 years

Percent of total

Primarily employee

Enrolled full time

Male

Medicine (MD)

Other health

Law

Theology

2525

41

10

7875

62

36

4947

54

77

24

10

26

9392

79

24


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Average Amount Received 2003-04

$33,70029,20025,600

7,2004,7008,400

32,00028,40023,000

7,300*5,200

First-Professional Degree Students

Percent with Aid

92

93

Any aid

89

41

37

Grants

39

83

86

Loans

83

8

Assistantships

6

7

0

20

40

60

80

100

Percent

MD

Other health

*Too few cases to estimate.

Law


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