Graduate Degree & Funding description
M.Sc. in Medical Science offer graduate education and training in six areas relevant to human health: Metabolism and Nutrition, Blood and Vasculature, Cancer and Genetics, Infection and Immunity, Physiology/Pharmacology.
Admission Requirements :
The University requires as the major indicator of ability to complete a Master's program successfully, the holding of an Honours bachelor's degree with at least a B+ average in the final year of all courses in the discipline in which the applicant proposes to do graduate work.
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
McMaster ensures that full-time graduate students in PhD programs and in many Masters programs receive scholarships (awarded annually). A PhD student is normally funded for four years. Students in Masters programs are usually funded for their first three to six terms depending on the department.
McMaster University has adopted a policy of ensuring that all full-time PhD students receive at least $17,500 per year. Many programs have support levels in excess of this amount. Please contact the person in charge of graduate recruiting in your program of interest to find out more.
Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA)
GRAs support academic research at Nipissing University. Research assistantship support is administered by Research Services, the School of Graduate Studies and by faculty members who hold research grants or externally funded research contracts.
All graduate assistantship work is considered to be diversionary from the student's main MRP or Thesis research, and therefore graduate students are limited to a maximum of 10 hours of GTA/GRA work per week while enrolled in a full time program of studies (see 10-Hour Rule).
These payments are considered employment income by the university and tax deductions are made at source. A T4 will be issued for tax purposes.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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