Concordia University

Funding & awards

While Concordia offers among the most affordable tuition fees in North America, we recognize the financial burden graduate studies can place on students. Along with the available bursaries and awards listed below, you may have the opportunity to work as a paid assistant to some of the leading artist researchers within our faculty. You also may be eligible for other support not specific to Studio Arts.

Graduate Studio Art Advisory Committee (GSAAC)
Incoming Student Award
The Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Fellowship in Contemporary Art
Harriet and Abe Gold Entrance Bursaries
Bourses d’études Hydro-Québec
Glay Sperling Scholarship
Roloff Beny Foundation Fellowship in Photography
Concordia University Graduate Fellowships
France and André Desmarais Graduate Fellowship
J.W. McConnell Memorial Graduate Fellowships
Dora and Avi Morrow Fellowship for Excellent Achievement in Visual Arts
Power Corporation of Canada Graduate Fellowship
Dale and Nick Tedeschi Studio Arts Fellowships
Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la societé et culture (FQRSC)
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
Teaching and Technical Assistantships
Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology at Concordia University (Research Assistantships)
CIAM: production and travel grants
International Student Tuition Fee Remission Awards
Brucebo Fine Art Foundation Scholarships
Government of Quebec International Tuition Fee Remissions

For additional information on graduate funding

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