Application for Ph.D. Program

OUR FUNDING PACKAGE | APPLICATION TO OUR Ph.D. PROGRAM

OUR FUNDING Package
Duration of Funding 5-year
Average Income for Domestic Students in 2016-2017 $36,000
Guaranteed Funding for domestic students in 2017-2018 $25,231 [16,750 + $8,481 (tuition fee)]
Average Income for international Students in 2016-2017 $52,000
Guaranteed Funding for international Students in 2017-2018 $40,443 [$16,750 + $23,080 (tuition fee) + UHIP]
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Application for PhD.Program
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Application Deadline 08 January 2018
Documents Deadline Date 20 January 2018
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Funding Package Explanations

  • Last year, domestic PhD students received an average of $11,000 above the funding package.
  • Last year, international PhD students received an average of $12,000 above the funding package.
  • Please note that the average income may vary from year to year.
  • Our funding package is guaranteed for 5 years. Students are fully funded during years 1-4; in year 5, the funding support is reduced by 50%. However, students in year 5 may access additional funding sources (ie. Doctoral Completion Award, Internal Scholarships, etc.). For further information, please go to the SGS site “Understanding Your Funding”.
  • In order to maintain eligibility for the funding guarantee, students must maintain good standing and apply for external fellowships for which they are eligible. If a Teaching Assistant or Course Instructor assignment forms part of the funding package for a student in a given year and the student declines the assignment, the funding guarantee for that year is reduced by the amount of the assignment.

Documentation Required

The following documentation is required for ALL Ph.D. applicants (including direct-entry):
1) Letter of Intent
2) Statement of Research and Proposed Plan of Study
3) Sample of Writing
4) Two or more letters of recommendation (preferably from instructors most familiar with applicant’s work)
5) official transcripts
6) TOEFL (minimum departmental score of 100 required)