ECE Bradley Fellowships are described on the awards page.
The Virginia Tech Graduate School has an informative web site with information regarding graduate student financial aid. Visit www.graduateschool.vt.edu
Wide Bandgap Generation Fellowship
The Center for Power Electronics Systems (CPES) and the Center for Power and Energy (CPE) have implemented a fellowship program focusing on Wide Bandgap semiconductor technology.
The ECE department offers several prestigious and competitive fellowships for graduate study, which are described on the awards page. Most graduate students, however, are supported on assistantships. Graduate teaching assistantships are awarded by the department and typically involve serving as graders or instructors. Graduate research assistantships are funded and awarded by the department's research groups.
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A limited number of GTA positions are available each year for graduate student support. These positions typically involve serving as graders or laboratory instructors. Tuition fees and a portion of medical insurance (often through Virginia Tech) are paid by these assistantships.
All incoming and continuing students must apply by December 31 if they want to be considered for GTA assistantships for the following academic year.
The majority of graduate students are supported on research assistantships, which are funded by the ECE research programs. These assistantships are not awarded through the department, but are at the discretion of the faculty members and principal investigators.
The faculty select GRAs based on academic background and their suitability to the research being conducted. Applicants are encouraged to contact the faculty in their desired area of expertise to inquire about graduate research assistantships.