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Financial Support and Awards

Financial support is available to undergraduate and graduate students at Concordia in various forms, including government financial aid, usually in the form of student loans and/or bursaries, university scholarships and bursary programs, on-campus work opportunities through the University Work Study Program, and corporate scholarship programs. Please note that:

Please contact these offices for information on financial awards open to all Concordia students.

Additional Support Available to All AHSC Students

Additional sources of financial support for undergraduate and graduate students in AHSC include:

  • AHSC hires students to be Teaching Assistants in their courses.  Go to our Teaching Assistant page for more information on becoming a TA in the department.
  • The Faculty of Arts and Science provides support, on a competitive basis, to graduate and undergraduate students who are traveling to present papers, posters or exhibits at academic conferences.  Download application (PDF)
  • Funds for student-driven initiatives (PDF) from the Faculty Development Fund. Projects that qualify for funding include student research projects, student-organized conferences or lectures, student journals or publications, and student participation in seminars, workshops and conference presentations.
Additional Support Available to Graduate Students

Graduate students in the department have two other potential sources for financial support:

  • Research assistantships with faculty in the department. Interested students are encouraged to read the faculty profile pages in this site for information on faculty research interests and current projects.
  • The R. McDonald Award, which honours the values and work of the late Professor Emeritus Richard McDonald. This award is given annually to a student entering the second year of the MA in Human Systems Intervention who:
    • Has demonstrated outstanding and consistent ability to foster high quality in his/her relationships with others trust, openness, and generosity
    • Holds great promise is his/her career fostering a sense of community and creative collaboration in human systems.

Scholarly Awards

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