The tuition rate for 2013/2014 is $680/sem hour ($6,120 for one three-course semester or $24,480 for the full 36 credit program). Housing rental information is available at TWU's housing website.
Fees and Payment Information
Detailed information about fees and payments is available on the Office of the Registrar Website under Financial Information and the School of Graduate Studies.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Application for scholarships may be made online beginning November 1 prior to the year of entry at TWU's awards website. The application deadline for graduate scholarships is April 1. Scholarships cannot be guaranteed for applications received after this date. All scholarships are awarded beginning in the fall semester.
What scholarships are available?
Full-time students (9 semester hours or more) may qualify for the following:
- TWU Dean’s Scholarships - Graduate Entrance awards of up to $5,000
- TWU Graduate Scholarships of $500 to $1,500 each
- TWU Graduate grants of $500 to $1,500 each
- Research Fellowship of approximately $6,000 to a new or continuing MAIH student. Involves assistance to a professor in research, teaching and administration (available each year).
- SSHRC’s graduate fellowship worth $17,500 for specialized humanities students in a research stream (specialized humanities). Entering students graduating from a recognized Canadian University or students planning to return for a year of full time studies are eligible to apply. See SSHRC’s website.
For further information contact the Financial Awards office.
There are several TA ship opportunities for MAIH students who would act as Graduate Learning Coaches for incoming Freshman Academy students. Freshman Academy is a transition program for high school graduates whose academic record is not sufficient for university admission but who show potential and interest in moving into university level studies. The program of using graduate student coaches has been a great success. Check the link for a description of the program - http://www.twu.ca/extension/program/academy/
Applications consist of a current CV and letter of application sent to Bob Burkinshaw via email (Burkinsh@twu.ca). The letter should include statements regarding your interest in teaching at the university level, any related experience you may have had and evidence that you would be able to cope with the 12 hours a week work load on top of your course work. These positions are open to students taking a minimum of 6 semester hours per semester with priority given to full time students (9 semester hours).
Positions will begin Sept. 1, 2012.back to top