We want your graduate studies to challenge you, not your finances. Student finance can be intimidating and complicated, so we've simplified things. This page will help you access the information you need.
Scholarships, fellowships, loans and bursaries
Visit the Graduate Studies site for information on funding/grants and awards.
The Student Awards and Financial Aid office is committed to helping you find options to finance your education. They provide information about funding sources, expected costs and strategies for balancing your budget.
- Access to other awards such as SSHRC and Governor General Gold Medal
- Awards and bursaries for graduate study
- Fellowships- for fulltime student who have applied for admission before Feb 15 for the September intake. You must have a GPA of at least 7.0 to be considered
Assistant and work options
- Research assistantships are a good way to share your ideas and energy with world-renowned researchers. Who do they ask about research assistant opportunities?. I have reviewed this line and I do not have any information re: TA and RA’s this is something I believe Pat Bright deals with however she is away. I will need to confirm this information with her.
- Teaching assistantships are a good way to try your hand at teaching. Ask your department about teaching assistant opportunities.
- Teaching opportunities for PhD students
- AIS (Academic Income Supplements) – for students registered full-time who are working as TA, RA or sessional instructor.
Contact the Graduate Secretary at 250-721-7882 or email@example.com for more information.
- Graduate Studies support for conference travel
See the Graduate Studies website or more information on funding.