All graduate students admitted to the MA or PhD program are considered for funding and awards at the point of admission. Students are also encouraged to apply for various external scholarship (such as FRQSC and SSHRC) and they receive faculty support and mentoring during the application process
John O'Brian Travel Exchange Award with University of British Columbia - The Award is intended to support graduate students who engage in an Art History MA student exchange between Concordia University and University of British Columbia (UBC). A call will be circulated in the spring.
Applications for these awards may be due as early as the end of September for funding in the following academic year. For more information and deadlines, please contact the Department directly or visit the School of Graduate Studies Awards & Funding page.
Award-holders are advised to check the terms of their award to determine the number of hours they are permitted to work. TRAC contracts must not total more than 20 hours per week.
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, offered through GradProSkills, are prerequisites.
The Work-study program helps fund part-time jobs on campus for students who are in financial need.
Study in Canada Scholarships Program - Applicants who are eligible for this program are encouraged to communicate their interest directly to the Graduate Program Director, and are responsible for providing the supporting documents by mid-February (check website for date).