Funding & awards
Students are automatically considered for a range of awards upon submission of their application for admission. No further applications are necessary.
- Faculty of Fine Arts Travel Award Funding for research travel - A call for applications is circulated to current students in the winter
- Frances and David Rubin Travel Award - A call for applications is circulated to current students in the spring if award is available
- Renata Hornstein Graduate Fellowship in Art History - A call for applications is circulated to current students in the spring
- Morrie and Diane Cohen Graduate Scholarship in Art History - A call for applications is circulated to current students in the spring
- Faculty of Fine Arts In-Course Awards - A call for applications is circulated to current students in the spring if awards are available
- Concordia Conference Award supports student travel to present their research
For information about payment of internal awards and conditions of tenure consult the Award Holders Guide.
- Le Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC)
- Scholarship for internship in a practice environment (BSMP) / Bourse pour stage en milieu de pratique (BSMP) (FRQSC)
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
- Government of Canada International Awards
- MITACS provides support for graduate students, with a focus on internships and research travel funding.
Applications may be due as early as the end of September for funding in the following academic year.
Other external awards can be located in the SGS Funding Sources listing.
For more information and deadlines, please contact the Department directly or visit School of Graduate Studies Funding.
Students may also wish to consult the following awards resources:
Many faculty members employ research assistants through their grants. Interested students should enquire directly with their supervisors or other faculty members.
Incoming students are automatically considered for teaching assistantships at the time of admission. A few TAships may be available to returning students; to express interest, please email the Graduate Program Director.
Doctoral students will typically be considered for teaching positions after their thesis proposals and comprehensive examinations are finished. The recommendation of your supervisor and the Graduate Seminar in University Teaching are prerequisites.