Graduate Degree & Funding description
Expose students, through coursework and research, to a variety of disciplines including physics, engineering, computer science and biology - a critical factor to the process of innovation in the medical field today.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS :
A minimum overall B average, with a minimum B+ average in the final half of an undergraduate program
Completion of a relevant four-year undergraduate degree in Physics, Engineering, Engineering Physics or other related program from a recognized institution
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
Graduate students may be offered financial support, for a part of or for the full duration of their tenure in the program, in the form of scholarships, bursaries, awards,
graduate stipends, graduate assistantships, or research assistantships.
In addition, 2graduate students will be given information about applying for graduate assistantships,
which are administered by individual undergraduate teaching units.
Ryerson Graduate Scholarship (RGS)
Refers to $7,000 scholarships for academic excellence provided by the University. The allocation of scholarships will be on a competitive basis and will be consistent with Ryersons policies concerning access, equity and research integrity, and the criteria established by the Scholarship and Awards Committee of the School of Graduate Studies. The Committee will oversee the evaluation of candidates and selection of award winners in collaboration with Graduate Program Scholarship Committees. [For more information, see " Guidlines for Ryerson Graduate Scholarships " section below.]
Ryerson Graduate Award (RGA)
Refers to merit awards provided by individual programs. The amount of these awards is variable, but less than the amount of an RGS. These program awards funds may be used to enhance the level of funding for students who have won external awards. Graduate Program Committees must specify their funding policies in their proposals to SGS Council. Funding policies and practices associated with existing and future Joint Graduate Programs with other institutions will normally be consistent with the policies of the SGS. Differential practices and harmonization terms are subject to negotiation, development and review by the Dean of Graduate Studies and the Programs and Planning Committee of the School of Graduate Studies.
Access to Opportunity Program (ATOP) awards for Engineering Doctoral Students
These funds are provided to support Doctoral students in Engineering Programs. They are distributed by the Doctoral Engineering Programs based on the total amount of funding provided to students from other sources, as well as the students academic record. The value of the awards is approximately $4,000.
Ryerson International Student Scholarships for Engineering Doctoral Students
The RISS awards were created to support a limited number of international students enrolled in Doctoral Engineering programs.
A RISS can be held in conjunction with an RGS, RGA, GA and any other source of funds except those that defray the cost of international student tuition fees.
The value of a RISS is set to cover roughly the differential between the annual international student fee and that for domestic students. It is currently $7,000.
These awards are distributed through the Doctoral Programs in Engineering.
All Engineering doctoral students are considered automatically for these awards, and the selection is based on the total amount of funding from other sources provided to students who qualify, as well as their academic record.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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