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Internal Scholarships

Thanks to the Dominican University College Foundation and to the generosity of benefactors, religious communities, organizations and individuals, DUC is able to offer students a wide range of scholarships and bursaries. Students are invited to apply for scholarships after they register for their program in September. Students wishing to be considered for these bursaries must fill out an application form. 

Applications for these internal bursaries and scholarships must be submitted to room 206 no later than October 15, 2016 at 4:00pm.

Internal Graduate Scholarships and Fellowships

DUC Entrance Bursaries are available in the 2016-2017 academic year for eligible* new applicants. Eligible applicants to the Masters programs will receive a Graduate Entrance Bursary of $6000 and eligible applicants to the Doctoral programs will receive a Graduate Entrance Bursary of $8000.

There are also opportunities for paid student assistantships (in the amount of $1800 per session) for qualified graduate students. Information pertaining to student assistantships can be found under Policies in the About section of the website.

*To be considered eligible, the student must have maintained a A- average, must be a Canadian student or a permanent resident and must not have surpassed the expected graduation deadline for his or her program.

External Graduate Scholarships and Fellowships

A wide range of scholarships and fellowships are available to DUC graduate students.

DUC graduate students, who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents, and who have a strong academic standing at the undergraduate level, are eligible to apply for Masters and Doctoral Fellowships from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). Details regarding SSHRC application procedures are available here.

Ontario Graduate Scholarships (OGS) are also available to both Masters and Doctoral candidates. The principal criteria for eligibility are Canadian citizenship or permanent residency and a strong academic performance at the undergraduate level. Details regarding OGS application procedures are available here.

2016-2017 OGS Applications