Effective fall 2020, new and current full-time international PhD students will be eligible to receive a bursary that will reduce their tuition to the amount paid by domestic PhD students in the same program.

There is no need to apply; full-time international PhD students within five calendar years from the date they started their program are eligible to receive this tuition support. Existing bursaries, offered through the IDTS program, will be replaced with the new bursary, which covers the difference between international and domestic PhD tuition fees.

This new IDTS support will be reflected in the student account shortly after the start of each term, provided the student is registered full-time and meets the eligibility criteria.

Students who receive support and/or sponsorship from a government or an agency are not eligible to receive this bursary.  Under normal circumstances, IDTS tuition support will not affect eligibility to receive an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), or Tri-council awards (NSERC, SSHRC or CHIR).

Friday, May 29, 2020 in
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