Award refers to scholarships, awards, fellowships, internships, research and training grants.
Competitive awards are awarded for academic merit and research potential through peer reviewed competition.
Indigenous government funding refers to funding such as band funding and funding secured by Indigenous students from the political organizations encompassing Metis, Inuit and non-status Indians.
Other awards refers to external funding agency awards; major research and training grants; and department, program or institute level awards not administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Program Recommended awards are nominated by individual graduate programs and administered through the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
University-wide awards are administered through the Faculty of Graduate Studies
Master's $20,500: this cap is set as Tri-Council master’s scholarship value, currently $17,500, plus $3,000.
Doctoral $26,000: this cap is set as Tri-Council doctoral scholarship value, currently $20,000 plus $6,000.