It is the rule of the Division that every graduate student must be paid an adequate stipend. This is a prerequisite for acceptance into the M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs. Thus, all students accepted to our programs must be financially supported either by their supervisor or through studentships or fellowships.
The current minimum annual stipend is:
Master’s level (*):
Canadian - Quebec Residents: a minimum of $18,500/year.
Canadian - Non-Quebec Residents: a minimum of $22,000/year for 3 semesters; $18,500/year, thereafter.
International students: a minimum of $22,500/year, for 3 semesters; $18,500/year, thereafter.
* Students in the Digital Health Innovation concentration do not receive a stipend during their first year of the program, as they will be taking courses full time. Students will receive a stipend only in their second year, as per the amounts listed above for the Master’s level.
Canadian - Quebec and Non-Quebec Residents: a minimum of $18,500/year.
International students: a minimum of $22,500/year, for 6 semesters; if admitted at the Ph.D. 2 level (with a prior M.Sc.) and for 8 semesters; if admitted at the Ph.D. 1 level (without a prior M.Sc.); $18,500/year, thereafter.
Prospective students are urged to make every effort to secure their own funding. Several studentships or fellowships are available to students on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please click the tabs below to see additional information about the various sources of funding available to you through the Divison as well as through external sources.
For additional information about internal funding available through the University, students can also consult the Graduate Fellowships and Awards calendar.