Assistantships at UW
International students can hold assistantships at the University of Washington. Teaching assistants (TAs) must meet an English-language proficiency requirement. For more information about assistantships and how to find them, refer to This Academic Year tab on this guide.
UW Graduate School Core Programs
Core Programs offers a number of events to support graduate students at UW, including international students. Check out their events calendar for more information.
UW International Student Services
International Student Services (ISS) can help with questions about visa status and eligibility for on- or off-campus employment.
Most funding databases allow you to filter by citizenship.
See the two examples below.
In UCLA Graduate and Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES) Database
To see opportunities for non-US residents, select the "US citizen not required" box from the filters list on the left hand side of the page.
In Harvard University CARAT Database for Grants and Fellowships
To see opportunities for non-US residents, click on the "CARAT database" button, and then scroll down to the "Citizenship Requirement" section on the lower-left side. Click on the "International Student/Scholar" box.
International Graduate Student Funding Handout
The following handout includes funding opportunities and resources open to international students:
Graduate Funding for International Students Workshop | April 25, 2019
Workshop on funding resources for international graduate students at UW
Presentation audio recording with slides (UW NetID required)