TUITION & FUNDING
Awards, scholarships & bursaries
Once you submit your application, you are automatically considered for all entrance graduate awards. Benefit from over 1,400 annual awards, including generous scholarships, financial support for conference travel and incentives to graduate sooner.
Scholarships for international students
As a non-Canadian resident, you may be eligible for international fee exemptions that allow you to pay Quebec tuition rates. Other funding opportunities include doctoral research scholarships, postdoctoral fellowships, short-term research or professional development scholarships, and much more.
If you are in financial need, the Work-study program funds part-time jobs on campus. Eligible students may work up to 20 hours per week to a maximum of 200 hours per semester in administrative, research or technical positions.
Teaching & research assistantships
Many graduate students receive support in the form of a stipend paid by a department or a faculty member holding a research grant. Once admitted, your Graduate Program director or thesis supervisor can discuss the openings with you.