Fully Funded PhD in Education at University of California Irvine
The UCI School of Education’s Ph.D. in Education program advances educational sciences and contributes to improved educational outcomes for individuals across the entire lifespan.
The Ph.D. in Education program of study provides training for all students in critical core knowledge in educational theory and research.
Typically, this training is provided through required courses, brown bag seminars, invited addresses, teaching apprenticeships, and direct research experience.
In addition, the program provides more in depth training through the areas in Educational Policy and Social Context (EPSC); Human Development in Context (HDiC); Teaching, Learning, and Educational Improvement (TLEI).
- A baccalaureate degree with at least a 3.0 GPA
- Prior coursework or background related to the “Area” of expressed interest (Areas of Study)
- The GRE general examination submission is waived from the current admission cycle
- All graduate applicants are required to submit TOEFL or IELTS score taken within the past two years. Applicants are waived from this requirement if they have earned an undergraduate degree from an institution at which English was the sole language of instruction according to the World Higher Education Database (WHED).
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PhD Funding Coverage
Ph.D. in Education students are guaranteed funding for five years. Funding may be comprised of some combination of mentored apprenticeships either as a Graduate Student Researcher (GSR) or a Teaching Assistant (TA), or through student-won fellowships. All funding options include:
- Payment of tuition and fees
- Nine-month living stipend (approx. $21,000-$23,000)
- Student health insurance
- Access to the Anteater Recreation Center (ARC)
- Option to live in campus housing
1. Complete an online application listing the “Area of Interest” (EPSC, HDiC, or TLEI).
2. Application Fee paid by credit card only.
3. Statement of purpose and personal history statement.
4. Three letters of recommendation must be be uploaded digitally – paper letters of recommendation will not be accepted.
5. Most recent unofficial copy of transcripts from every college and universities attended. If you are accepted in the program, you will be expected to submit “Official Transcripts” for the same with your degrees posted.
6. Writing sample and Resume (CV).
7. The GRE general examination submission is waived from the current admission cycle.
8. For international students, TOEFL or IELTS score are submitted electronically to the UC Irvine Graduate Division.
The deadline is December 1. The application will remain open until February 1.