The Fordham/Santander Universities International Scholarship in Ethics Education
Ethics and Society Master Level Training
The Santander Universities/Fordham International Student Scholarship in Ethics Education provides financial support for international students interested in masters-level study in Ethics and Society at Fordham University, New York City, USA. Graduate courses administered by the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education provides students with cross-disciplinary learning experiences integrating moral foundations in humanities and sciences and their application to contemporary social issues.
Please visit our website to learn more about the Master's in Ethics and Society program. This program is made possible through a generous gift from Santander Universities’ global division, a major social–responsibility initiative created by Banco Santander to advance the bank’s goal of expanding global education.
Scholarship recipients enroll in Ethics and Society courses and participate in a broad range of the Center for Ethics Education events, including symposia, ethics lectures, the Fordham University HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute and other Center events.
Santander Universities Ethics and Society Scholarship covers:
- Tuition: The Scholarship will cover the costs of tuition for approved Ethics and Society courses and administrative graduate school fees.
- Travel: Applicants may request funding for travel to New York City. Applications should include estimates of costs, including the source for the estimate (e.g., airline website, travel agency)
- Lodging: As part of the Scholarship, housing may be provided to funded students at one of Fordham’s graduate student housing facilities.
Academic Year of Study in Ethics and Society
Each scholarship is individually tailored to the student’s academic background and availability of supplemental funds from the student’s institution or other funding agencies, but the most common is the Academic Year of Study in Ethics and Society.
Students who apply to this track complete the full M.A. Ethics and Society degree (10 courses), including the Introductory Ethics and Society course (CEED 5050) and Theories and Applications in Contemporary Ethics (CEED 6100). View the curriculum and course descriptions. Please note that Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores may be required for this particular track. Applications are due by April 6, 2018.
How to Apply
For information about applying and detailed instructions, please download the Santander Scholarship Application Requirements and Instructions document or visit the Program Eligibility and Application Procedures page.
Please contact the Master’s in Ethics and Society program director with any questions or to discuss the scholarship in more detail:
Early Career international HIV/AIDS researchers may apply for Santander Scholarship funding to attend the 10-day Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute, held in July. Click here for more information about the institute, including application instructions and eligibility requirements.