Scholarships and Funding

 At UWindsor, we are proud to offer a competitive funding program for graduate students.

All Canadian and International students entering research-based programs with an admission average that meets or exceeds the equivalent of a Canadian 80% will be considered for an entrance scholarship.

More details at the Graduate Scholarships & Awards page.

Early application is strongly encouraged to be considered for entrance scholarships support. - Entrance scholarship deadlines

Tri-council award recipients (NSERC, SSHRC, and CIHR award holders) will automatically receive an entrance scholarship, for the duration of the tri-council award.

Graduate assistantships (GAs) are awarded by the student's academic department.

A full-time Master's student may receive up to $5,278 per semester as a graduate assistant and a full-time Ph.D. student - up to $5, 881.4 per semester (rates as of Sept. 2017)

Further details at the GA/TA page.

Additional internal awards may be available for students already enrolled in a graduate program based on various criteria.

More details on internal graduate scholarships.

Information about current scholarship competitions will be posted under "Grad News" in the top right section of this website.

RAs are awards funded from professors' research grants and the value varies by academic program - students should contact directly their research supervisor regarding availability.

See also:

National (Canadian) and provincial scholarships and awards

OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program)