and Indigenous Studies in Education
is a selection of financial assistance sources at OISE/UT. For further
details, refer to the Fees
& Financial Support section of the OISE/UT Bulletin, search the
OISE/UT website for further scholarships information or contact Marg Brennan
Financial Awards Officer at OISE/UT.
(this is only a partial list):
Library has a Graduate Awards Database available. The database
is a PC-based system designed to provide students with information about
graduate awards specific to their intended place and field of study. Further
information is available from the library reference desk (923-6641 ext.
of Financial Support:
For information on other scholarships,
bursaries, and awards you may be eligible to receive contact the Academic
and Financial Aid Counsellor at First
Nations' House/U of T (416 - 978-1290) or
1 per academic year.
Award: One year.
For: Aboriginal students (including
Métis, Inuit, and Status Indian)
Deadline: December 3rd
for the following September term.
Application forms: Contact Student
Services Office at OISE/UT phone (416) 923-6641 ext. 2650.
Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowships
Award: 6 to 48 months
Canadian citizens or permanent residents living in Canada at the time of
Internal Departmental deadlines are set each year - generally in late September.
If not registered at a University when applying then Nov. 15 for following
year. Watch for departmental and institutional workshops to aid in
forms: Contact SSHRC
website directly and get forms under fellowships, A fellowship
guide is available
Graduate Student Scholarships
Term of Award:
Value: about $4000/term for
two or three consecutive terms.
For: Canadian citizens and permanent
residents, with preference given to Ontario residents; however, a total
of 60 Scholarships are allocated each year to visa students studying in
Applications Forms: Financial
Graduate Assistantships (GA)
based on availability
$4000 per term for one or two terms, renuable (Does not cover payment of
tuition and fees
120 hours of work required involving educational research
full-time students considered on the basis of the applicant's ability to
assist in research and field development activities.
January 15 for the following September, Late March for the summer
Forms: Available through Registrar's Office - Graduate Studies Unit, 4th
Number: based on availability
Term of Award: one or
two terms, can reapply each year
Hours: worked out with employer
to a set maximum.
For: Students who qualified
for a student loan through OSAP.or those demonstrating financial need.
See website for information on application.
Deadline: Check website
for current information.
Application Forms and Information
are available through the Careers
Office at U of T.
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