Future graduate students

Graduate student Marla Cervantes designs components for the UVic-led Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory (ARIEL) at the TRIUMF lab.

Graduate earth and ocean sciences student Kristen Kanes started out in early biology classes doing field work in UVic's Mystic Vale. She now works for Ocean Networks Canada, analyzing acoustic data from whales.

Chemistry PhD candidate Armita Dash with President Jamie Cassels. Dash won UVic's 2017 3MT challenge, distilling her hunt for an early diagnostic approach for concussions into a 3 minute presentation.

With UVic Science you'll join an inclusive community of students and internationally-recognized researchers. You'll have the resources to actively pursue your own ideas and position yourself for the future. We offer world-class facilities to help keep our reseach at the highest international levels, and ties to research centres and facilities such as TRIUMF, Ocean Networks Canada, and the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions.

Graduate programs in science focus on individual research projects that fit into larger research programs. Each field has its own expectations in terms of coursework, teaching undergraduate labs and tutorials, and presenting research talks. Funding for graduate studies comes from many sources.

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