Deciding to take on the challenge of earning a Masters in Performance Studies is no easy feat, however there are many resources available for prospective students to use to get information and help when preparing to apply as well as during your application process and after you have been accepted. The following resources exist to make your application process as easy as possible.
Your first port of call as a prospective student should be the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies website. With information on every degree program available as well as general information about the application processes, funding available and all you need to know about the College Station/Bryan area, the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies is committed to ensuring every Graduate Student has all the information they need to be a success.
Educational expenses for nine months will vary according to your personal needs and course of study but at Texas A&M there are a large amount of resources available for students to consider using in order to fund their continued education.
Texas A&M University offers many financial aid options to help you pay the costs associated with continuing your education at a higher level.
International Students Support
Texas A&M has a large International Graduate population, to help these specific students the University has the International Student Support center. They have information on visa applications, health insurance and immigration regulations as well as all you need to know about potential employment at Texas A&M.