Graduate Nursing Students are encouraged to submit an application to the Program Recommended Awards.
Awards are available to students enrolled in full-time studies unless otherwise indicated in the Terms of Reference. Applications open March 1st each year, with a closing date of April 30th.
The PRAs are disbursed in the Fall term.
Doctoral (PhD) Funding
Graduate Programs in Nursing offers Doctoral (PhD) students funding opportunities during the first four years of their program.
PhD Funding 2019
Applicable to students admitted between Fall 2019 - January 2021
PhD Funding 2021
Applicable to students admitted in Spring 2021.
PhD Funding 2022
Applicable to students admitted in Fall 2022.
Other Sources of Funding
Graduate Assistantship Teaching (GAT)
Graduate Assistant Teaching (GAT) Position designed to facilitate a graduate student’s development of academic experience by assisting with the instructional responsibilities of departments - including teaching or instructional service, lecturing assistance, laboratory supervision, being available for office hours, grading assignments, providing tutorial direction, and assisting in the preparation of demonstration and instructional aids.
Graduate Assistant Research (GAR)
Graduate Assistant Research Position designed to facilitate a graduate student's development of academic experience by assisting with a research project, not directly related to the student's area of study. The duties may include collecting research data, interviewing research subjects, conducting bibliographic work, performing general research services, and carrying out academic projects.
Graduate Student Association (GSA)
The GSA provides financial support to graduate students and distributes more than $200,000 worth of awards, bursaries, grants, and Quality Money every year. Take advantage of these opportunities for any student initiatives, financial strain, or professional development.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies encourages indigenous students to pursue graduate education by offering awards specifically for indigenous students.