Pitt2Pitt (P2P) is a scholarship program that can help graduating University of Pittsburgh seniors complete a Pitt master's degree or certificate program. Through the Pitt2Pitt program, Pitt is offering streamlined admissions and a one-time award that will be
disbursed over a fall and a spring semester. Scholarships will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis for qualifying students, so we encourage you to apply early.The scholarship amounts are as follows:
The Swanson School of Engineering has several participating MS Engineering Programs which can be found below. Applications are now being accepted for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 terms. Deadlines can be found here. International students who are seeking
visas at the graduate level need to apply prior to the OIS deadline. Please visit this page for more information.
Qualifications to receive P2P Scholarship:
Please direct questions to Stephanie Opalinski via email@example.com.
For more information on Swanson’s participating programs please see here. For information about additional Pitt2Pitt programs see here.
Eligible students should have at least a 3.25 to be considered. 3.5 GPA students and above will be given priority.
At this time, the Pitt2Pitt scholarship is only open to those applicants with a 3.25 or higher, however a 3.5 GPA and above will be given priority. Additionally, students with lower GPAs should show an upward academic trajectory.
The GRE is being waived for all Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022 applicants.
Yes – the Pitt2Pitt scholarship is open to graduating seniors and recent Pitt alumni. Priority will be given to those who have completed their bachelor's degree within the last year.
Pitt2Pitt is for our recent undergraduate graduates. At this time, recent master’s graduates interested in an additional master’s program are ineligible to apply for P2P but welcome to apply via our traditional application routes. Select departments and programs do offer additional funding to applicants. You can find our traditional graduate application here.
At this time, the joint MBA-MSE program is not participating in P2P.
Students who receive the Provost’s Pitt2Pitt Scholarship may be full-time or part-time students during the MS program and the scholarship will not exceed 2 academic terms. Should a scholarship awardee take longer than 2 terms or want to complete additional coursework or research, they will be given the graduate tuition rate.
The expedited application requires:
We are reviewing and processing applications as they are submitted. You should expect to receive an ‘unofficial’ decision letter from your Department of interest following your application. As we are working to finalize the logistics of scholarship funds, you will receive an official decision letter with funding information.