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Ph.D. (students admitted in Winter 2011)
The FSA’s doctoral program allocates an amount up to $55,000 for every new student*.
|Office of Scholarships and Financial Assistance (BBAF)
Master’s and Ph.D. Financial Assistance Plan (FSA)
|Total scholarships (BBAF + FSA)||$12,000 (over 3 sessions)|
|Program stages (progressive incentive payments)|
|1. Application for Ph.D. scholarship||$2,000|
|2. Doctoral examination||$5,000|
|3. Articulation (Transition) activity||$2,000|
|4. Dissertation proposal||$3,000|
|5. Initial submission||$2,000|
|Total scholarships (BBAF + FSA) + incentives||$26,000|
|Other sources of funding|
|Expense allowance for presentation at a scientific conference||$5,000|
|Incentive for publication of an article||$1,500|
|Teaching assistantships (2)||$16,000|
|Total other funding sources||$29,000|
|Total scholarships (BBAF + FSA) + incentives + other funds||$55,000|
* Note: Some conditions apply to receiving the above amounts
To be able to take advantage of the Financial Assistance Plan, students must:
- Complete and submit the Collaboration Plan to the Program Directorate within the prescribed timeframe (ref.: FSA supervision policy).
- Complete and submit the Ethics Declaration at each of the first three sessions of registration in the program.
- Maintain a cumulative average of 3.5 out of 4.33 throughout their coursework up to and including the doctoral examination.
- Satisfy the criteria and requirements of each stage of the program or the respective funding source, as applicable.
- Be registered as a full-time student during the first three consecutive sessions of the program (12 credits and over, including at least 9 course credits in the first two consecutive sessions of registration). Registration at the Summer session is optional.
Last modification : September 1, 2011