M.Eng. students do not receive financial support from the Department.
Upon admission to the program, domestic and international M.A.Sc. and Ph.D. students are normally provided a funding commitment as part of their studies in the Department. The funding commitment is outlined in the offer of admission, and could include research stipend, major scholarships and fellowship.
Funding commitments are in effect for the first 2 years of an M.A.Sc. program, and 4 years of a Ph.D. program.
For additional information, please review the graduate student funding structure at the University of Toronto, as well as information on current funding levels and scholarship opportunities in the department.
In order to make their application more competitive, international students are encouraged to seek financial aid from their home governments and to apply for international scholarships such as the Government of Canada Awards, Commonwealth Scholarships, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) Scholarships, and the Rotary Foundation International Scholarships. For more information on scholarships open to international students, see the SGS International Student Awards page.