All full-time graduate students in the School of
Geography and Earth Sciences, without external support, receive
financial support from the University for two years (M.A./M.Sc.)
or four years (Ph.D.). Candidates successful in obtaining prestigious
external scholarships (e.g. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research
Council, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada)
normally receive more.
Foreign students studying in Canada on student visas pay higher
fees. The University offers tuition bursaries to qualified students.
In addition to a scholarship, students receive a teaching assistantship,
in the School's teaching program to a maximum of ten hours per week
for each of the 26 weeks of the undergraduate teaching year.
Tution fees and insidental fees are listed at