Graduate fees and funding

Before starting your graduate program, make sure you understand your tuition and general fees, and learn about funding available.

Fee information

For more details and the most accurate information about graduate tuition and fees, go to the Academic Calendar.

Funding

Funding is provided to students through scholarships, teaching assistantships, research assistantships, and for PhD students in the latter years of their program, teaching appointments. In order to be considered for departmental support, students must meet the admission application deadline and apply for all major awards for which they are eligible.

Financing grad school

Before starting your graduate program, make sure you understand your tuition and general fees, and learn which awards you are eligible for.

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MA students

MA students normally receive a minimum of $14,000 per year for two years.

PhD students

PhD students normally receive a minimum of $20,000 per year for four years.

Scholarships and awards

Scholarships and awards

Learn more about scholarships and awards available to both undergraduate and graduate students.

Student loans

Student loans

If you're a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, protected person or American citizen, you can apply for a student loan.

Working during grad school?

Working during grad school?

Have a competing award or assistantship? The Faculty of Graduate Studies can help explain the rules and regulations concerning awards, grants and assistantships graduate students are eligible to receive.