There are many different sources for funding for PhD students throughout their time in the program. Please see the information below to learn more.
New – National Bank Initiative in Entrepreneurship and Family Business
A major gift from Montreal-based National Bank offers a $20,000 fellowship to JMSB PhD in Administration students with research interests in entrepreneurship and family business. Approved research projects may be selected from any of the PhD specializations. Applications now open, click here for details!
Entering students can generally expect to receive partial funding to support their studies in the first three years. The level of funding varies by year and is conditional upon the availability of funds and the student remains in good academic standing.
Many graduate students receive support in the form of a stipend paid by a faculty member holding a research grant. If you are interested in a Research Assistantship position please speak to professors in your department.
This is a grant to assist PhD Students with conference travel. Funding is available to a maximum of $1,200 per fiscal year. Students must apply for this funding a minimum of one month prior to the date of travel. Download the more information about PhD Conference Travel Funding.
This is a grant to assist PhD students with the cost of attending a consortium. Funding is available to a maximum of $500 once during their first five years of the PhD Program. Download the Doctoral Consortium Funding document.
Tuition & fees
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