The University of Chicago, based in Swift Hall, Chicago offers a fully funded Master’s in Divinity and Religious Studies. The Master of Arts in Divinity (MA) is a two-year program providing a foundation in the academic study of religion and its adjacent fields. Masters of Arts in Religious Studies (AMRS) develop a broad basis of understanding of religious studies. All applicants to the master’s programs are automatically considered for Divinity School Scholarships. Awards range from 40% to 100% of tuition costs. The average scholarship for master’s students is $25,000 which covers about 75% of tuition costs. Scholarships are renewable for each year. Also, they have external fellowships to fund your education.