The Amazon MS Fellowship at Columbia Engineering

The Amazon MS Fellowship at Columbia Engineering is designed to increase the participation of students from underrepresented groups in graduate programs in STEM disciplines.

The Amazon MS Fellowship includes:

  • Full tuition and fees for completing MS degree program requirements in Columbia Engineering
  • A chance to participate in an internship at Amazon during academic semesters and the summer
  • Supervision from industry professionals and a chance to be considered for career opportunities at Amazon after completing MS studies


Interested students are invited to apply for admission to the following MS programs in Columbia Engineering:

Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics

  • Applied Mathematics: MS
  • Applied Physics: MS
  • Materials Science and Engineering: MS
  • Medical Physics: MS

Computer Science

  • Computer Science: MS

Electrical Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering: MS
  • Computer Engineering: MS

Industrial Engineering and Operations Research

  • Business Analytics: MS
  • Financial Engineering: MS
  • Industrial Engineering: MS
  • Management Science and Engineering: MS
  • Operations Research: MS


Visit the Columbia Engineering admissions website here.


2022 Priority Deadlines

Fall Applications

  • Master of ScienceBusiness Analytics - January 5 (Priority), February 15th (Regular)
  • Computer Science and Computer Science & Journalism Dual MS (Priority) - January 15, February 15th (Regular)
  • Electrical Engineering - January 15 (Priority), February 15th (Regular)
  • Financial Engineering - January 5
  • ALL OTHER MS PROGRAMS - February 15

A list of applications deadlines for all programs can be found here.


Current undergraduate students, particularly rising juniors and seniors, looking for summer research opportunities are encouarage to apply to the Columbia-Amazon Summer Undergraduate Research Experinece (SURE) program, a unique academia-industry collaboration that fosters career exploration at the frontiers of engineering research.

chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers

2020 photo of students in the Columbia Engineering chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.