All admitted students receive the benefits of the KAUST Fellowship, which includes: Full tuition support, Competitive monthly living allowance, Private medical and dental coverage, Housing, and Relocation support.
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KAUST offers the following graduate degree programs:
The MS degree, which typically requires eighteen months to complete.
The PhD degree, which typically takes three to four years after completion of a master's degree and involves original research that culminates in a dissertation.
The MS/PhD degree is an attractive option for students looking to start their PhD following the completion of their BS degree. The program typically takes four to five years to complete.
Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials; Catalysis; Center for Desert Agriculture; Clean Combustion; Computational Bioscience; Geometric Modeling and Scientific Visualization; Red Sea; Solar and Photovoltaics Engineering and Water Desalination and Reuse.
Advanced Computation and Visualization; Advanced Nanofabrication, Imaging, and Characterization; Analytical Chemistry; Biosciences and Bioengineering (Genomics/Proteomics)
Central Workshops; Coastal and Marine Resources and Supercomputing (Shaheen).
"With its dedication to a culture of academic excellence, KAUST inspired me from the first moment I saw it. My hope is that you, too, will be inspired by what you see."