Graduate Degree & Funding description
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
University of Waterloo (UW) Graduate Scholarships
The University of Waterloo Graduate Scholarships are disbursed by departments/units normally to graduate students registered full-time with a first-class (80%) standing. The awards may be given as UW Graduate Entrance scholarships, UW Merit Scholarships or UW Scholarships. These awards are normally paid across three terms. The minimum value of the award is normally $1,000 per term, but may vary.
Minimum funding for doctoral students
The minimum level of financial support provided for doctoral students is reviewed annually by the Provosts Advisory Committee on Minimum Doctoral Funding. Effective May 1, 2013, the University of Waterloo annual minimum level of financial support for doctoral students is $20,600. This commitment applies to the first three years of full-time enrolment in a doctoral program.
Minimum funding for masters research students*
Effective May 1, 2012, the guideline for minimum funding is $12,000 for incoming full-time masters students in the first year of a MA, MFA, MES, MMath, MASc, or MSc program (non-co-op). The continuation of funding throughout the first year requires full-time registration and good academic standing.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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