GEM Fellowship

Dartmouth Engineering Graduate

GEM offers Master's and PhD students an outstanding opportunity and access to dozens of the top engineering and science firms and universities in the nation. The GEM Fellowship was designed to focus on promoting opportunities for individuals to enter industry at the graduate level in areas such as research and development, product development, and other high level technical careers. GEM's recruitment and outreach efforts includes a focus on expanding opportunity for historically underserved students, and the program overall offers exposure to a number of opportunities in academia.

Participating Academic Programs

As a GEM member university, Dartmouth is pleased to sponsor GEM fellows in the following programs:

  • PhD, Engineering Sciences — Dartmouth sponsors GEM employer and associate fellows, covering tuition, fees, and stipend.
  • Master of Engineering (MEng) and Master of Engineering Management (MEM) — Dartmouth sponsors up to two GEM employer and university fellows, covering tuition and fees. Employer fellowships also include a stipend. Each year, up to two fellowships total may be awarded across the MEng and MEM programs.
  • MS, Engineering Sciences — Dartmouth sponsors GEM employer and university fellows for research projects where faculty or research grant funding is available.
  • GEM fellowships are also available for Dartmouth's PhD programs in Chemistry, Computer Science, and Math, as well as for the MS program in Computer Science.

To Qualify

Anyone interested in pursuing graduate opportunities in STEM are encouraged to apply. All applicants must:

All GEM fellowship applicants will receive an application fee waiver for their Dartmouth Engineering application.

To Apply to Dartmouth

Create your application account at one the links below, depending on your program(s) of interest. To apply to Dartmouth Engineering's graduate programs, students apply through the Thayer School of Engineering application. To apply to Dartmouth's graduate programs in Computer Science (CS), Chemistry, or Math, students apply through the Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies application.

Start Your Engineering Application

Start Your CS, Math, or Chemistry Application

More Information

For questions about Dartmouth/GEM sponsorship opportunities and application fee waivers, contact Dartmouth Engineering admissions. See more information about the GEM fellowship program.