With the Resilience Scholarship, continue your education and secure your future in advanced technology.
Introducing the Resilience Scholarship. For a graduate education that secures your future in advanced technology.
The current job market is challenging. Pursue a graduate education today to position yourself for the in-demand careers of the future in high-growth fields like computer science, analytics, and bioinformatics. The Roux Institute at Northeastern University was founded with 10 corporate partners to create a new model in which the curriculum and research opportunities are designed with and for local businesses. The result is an educational experience engineered to open new career paths—in Maine and beyond.
We’re ready to invest in you and your future.
With the new Resilience Scholarship, the Roux Institute wants to share your investment and make your program more affordable.
If you’re a recent graduate, even if you just earned a degree in 2020, you’re eligible for generous scholarships for the Roux Institute’s signature model of tech-forward graduate learning courses.
Degree and certificate programs include professional learning opportunities at leading local businesses. You’ll get the real-world experience, analytical and creative skills, and networking opportunities you need to differentiate yourself.
Discover what’s possible with:
- Generous scholarships to graduate certificate and degree programs aligned with high-growth industries
- Complimentary introductory courses
- Personalized career counseling
- Experiential opportunities—including Northeastern’s renowned co-op program—at our partner companies
- Initial offerings in computer science, analytics, project management, and bioinformatics
We’re here to help.
Speak with an advisor to learn more.
We sit down with employer partners to understand their challenges, then design educational and research initiatives together. In turn, partners provide professional opportunities for students that you can leverage during your studies, including six-month co-ops and six-week virtual projects.
The Roux Institute at Northeastern University is currently in the process of seeking degree granting authorization from the Maine Department of Education. Until such a time as authorization has been received, please note that any programs offered by Northeastern University are not offered at or supported by the Roux Institute, and are not authorized by the Maine Department of Education. All prospective students are responsible for satisfying themselves that the program and the degree will be appropriate to their needs (for example, acceptable to potential employers, professional licensing bodies, or other educational institutions).