Finance your Education
We want your graduate studies to challenge you, not your finances. Here's where you can learn about financial aid, scholarships, work study, budgeting and more. With UVic's helpful finance officers and resources, there's no reason to go it alone.
Scholarships, fellowships, loans and bursaries
Grad student awards and scholarships -we believe that financial support of graduate students is a crucial factor in contributing to their success.
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.
- Granting agencies and graduate awards (merit-based fellowships)
- Student Awards and Financial Aid (needs-based bursaries and student loan information)
- Research assistantships are a good way to share your ideas and energy with world-renowned researchers. Ask your department about research assistant opportunities.
- Teaching assistantships are a good way to try your hand at teaching. Ask your department about teaching assistant opportunities.
- Co-operative education provides a good way to earn while you learn. (kinesiology and recreation and health education students only)
- The Work Study program can provide part-time employment.
How much will it cost?
On top of your savings, summer job earnings, and contributions from your family, there are several ways to make ends meet, including co-operative education, work study, student loans, scholarships and bursaries.
- How much will tuition cost?
- Where can you pay your tuition?
- What are the costs to live in on-campus housing?
- How much does it cost to park on campus?
- Managing your finances