To help students get the most out of their academic experience, Western and the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offer a variety of scholarships, bursaries and funding opportunities.
Through scholarships and bursaries, funding is available to help students in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders achieve their academic goals. Learn More
The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (SGPS) website provides important information with regards to financing a graduate education.
Students enrolled in the MClSc programs pay tuition for the full six semesters of their program of study.
Despite the periodic potential to complete clinical practica 'early' within the sixth semester, students in the MClSc programs are not eligible for a tuition refund based on this 'early' completion. Students may be eligible for a tuition refund if they are asked to withdraw early from the program or they withdraw voluntarily from the program prior to its completion. Moreover, CSD graduate students who are enrolled beyond the program's six semesters (i.e., seventh, eighth or more) and who complete their degree requirements part-way through the extra semester(s) may be eligible for a tuition refund based on the sliding scale as outlined on the SGPS website.