FIU Undergraduate to Graduate Program
The FIU Undergraduate to Graduate Program (UtGP) will facilitate the recruitment of outstanding FIU undergraduate students who are committed to a specific FIU PhD program by providing support for a research experience with an FIU faculty member during the student’s junior or senior year. The program is open to all fields.
Once selected, juniors can have the experience in the spring or summer of the junior year. Seniors can have the experience in the spring or summer of their senior year. Students accepted into the program will be provided a one-term stipend of $500 and up to $1,000 for research expenses (e.g., supplies, etc.).
Selected students will participate in professional development and preparation for graduate school and external fellowship applications.
Once the student enters the PhD program, the student will have an UtGP stipend and tuition for four years. UGS will provide the tuition waiver, and UGS will share the cost of the stipend with the major professor or the College. UGS will also provide the student up to $200 annually, for up to four years, that can be used to support travel to scientific conferences.
Please note students must apply to Ph.D. program separately. Acceptance into the UtGP does not guarantee acceptance into the Ph.D. Program.