Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Department of Middle Eastern Studies

Graduate Student Employment (TA-ships)

 


An additional application is not required to be considered for academic employment. All MES doctoral students and the majority of MES MA students will have substantial experience teaching, usually in a language course.

Academic employment can provide important experience for graduate students. Although duties and responsibilities vary by assigned course and supervisor, all students benefit from training, interaction with faculty members and financial support (including pay and other benefits).
Additionally, non-resident students who are employed at least half-time as a teaching assistant, assistant instructor, graduate research assistant, academic assistant, assistant or tutor are eligible to receive a waiver of the non-resident portion of their tuition and will be charged in-state tuition—a provision known as the Resident Tuition Entitlement. Students employed as teaching assistants, assistant instructors, and graduate research assistants are eligible for the Tuition Reduction Benefit

 


An additional application is not required to be considered for funding, including academic employment. All MES doctoral students and the majority of MES MA students will have substantial experience teaching, usually in a language course.

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