Post Made Community Wiki by eykanal
2 added 93 characters in body
source | link

I would add Mexico to the list.

In STEM, a PhD grant from the national council for sciences and technology (conacyt) is 6 times the minimum salary, which is equivalent to the starting salary of a freshly graduated engineer. Today, this amount is equivalent to around USD $700 a month, tax free, and enough to live correctly in Mexico City.

Some universities could give other grants. For instance, the UNAM has a grant program for students not in areas covered by conacyt. The amount of the grant is equivalent (2See the UNAM website).

I would add that in public universities tuition is basically free.

I would add Mexico to the list.

In STEM, a PhD grant from the national council for sciences and technology (conacyt) is 6 times the minimum salary, which is equivalent to the starting salary of a freshly graduated engineer. Today, this amount is equivalent to around USD $700 a month, tax free, and enough to live correctly in Mexico City.

Some universities could give other grants. For instance, the UNAM has a grant program for students not in areas covered by conacyt. The amount of the grant is equivalent 2

I would add Mexico to the list.

In STEM, a PhD grant from the national council for sciences and technology (conacyt) is 6 times the minimum salary, which is equivalent to the starting salary of a freshly graduated engineer. Today, this amount is equivalent to around USD $700 a month, tax free, and enough to live correctly in Mexico City.

Some universities could give other grants. For instance, the UNAM has a grant program for students not in areas covered by conacyt. The amount of the grant is equivalent (See the UNAM website).

I would add that in public universities tuition is basically free.

1
source | link

I would add Mexico to the list.

In STEM, a PhD grant from the national council for sciences and technology (conacyt) is 6 times the minimum salary, which is equivalent to the starting salary of a freshly graduated engineer. Today, this amount is equivalent to around USD $700 a month, tax free, and enough to live correctly in Mexico City.

Some universities could give other grants. For instance, the UNAM has a grant program for students not in areas covered by conacyt. The amount of the grant is equivalent 2