As you’d expect from one of the top schools in the country, the program is extremely competitive to get into.
Each year only four poets and four fiction writers are admitted.
Education is expensive, and a degree in art is no exception.
Between the tough choices of paying back massive student loans from an undergrad degree, and financial doom of more loans from graduate school, it’s easy to say no to more school.
An MFA can be an expensive degree and it’s almost never a good idea to go into a lot of debt for this degree. What if you could go to school without having to pay tuition?
What if you could get paid to go to school for an MFA?
For the school to pay for education, students have to meet stringent admission requirements.
But hey, if you’re willing to work hard and go the extra step to prove that you’re hungry, there are big prizes out there.
For your convenience, we’ve set out to put together a list of some of the best programs in the country.
Stipend amount offered: ,500 Benefits Offered: Tuition, Health Insurance John Hopkins University tops off our list as the school with the most generous teaching fellowship.