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Free Market Institute PhD Fellowship

The Free Market Institute supports the scholarly and professional development of full-time graduate students pursuing doctoral degrees at Texas Tech University in fields related to the theory, history and practice of free market economics.  The Free Market Institute PhD Fellowship is a three-year, competitive fellowship that provides full tuition support and part-time employment (20 hours per week) as a Research Assistant with the Free Market Institute.

Applicants interested in the Free Market Institute PhD Fellowship must gain admission to a doctoral program at Texas Tech University.  Interested students should refer to the Application Procedures for the Graduate School and the particular department to which they wish to apply.  More information about particular graduate programs that are particularly suited to the mission and vision of the Free Market Institute can be found below:

All applicants should consult and satisfactorily complete the general requirements for admission to the Graduate School and the particular requirements for admission to a specific graduate program prior to submitting an application for the Free Market Institute PhD Fellowship.

Applicants for the Free Market Institute PhD Fellowship should have strong academic backgrounds that have prepared them for success in a doctoral program and a demonstrated interest in fields related to the study of free market economics.  These fields include, but are not necessarily limited to, Austrian economics, Public Choice economics and New Institutional economics.  To apply and receive consideration for a fellowship, an applicant should send the following materials to the Free Market Institute:

The deadline for the 2015-2016 academic year is February 1, 2015. Interested applicants can contact the Free Market Institute with any questions by phone at 806.742.7138 or email at free.market@ttu.edu.
 

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