Tuition is paid in instalments for a total of $10,000 plus fees per year.
There are several options to assist you to fund doctoral studies, including assistantships, scholarships, and awards.
RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIPS (RA)
There are opportunities to work as a paid RA to assist a faculty supervisor with their research, which may align with the student’s research. Funding for RA is through the supervisor, contracts, or other funding.
GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIPS (GTA)
There are opportunities to work as a paid GTA to assist faculty or instructors with teaching or teaching-related duties, such as grading papers or exams; developing course materials; teaching a class, lab, or seminar; and monitoring student examinations.
SCHOLARSHIP, AWARDS, AND FUNDING
Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships, awards, and fellowships during their PhD program.
Examples of provincial and national funding agencies: