Financement et bourses

  • Financement

  • Bourses et prix

Le financement de base offert par le Département d'études françaises aux étudiants éligibles, inscrits à temps plein dans les programmes de maîtrise et doctorat couvre la durée normale du programme, à savoir trois (3) semestres pour le programme de maîtrise et douze (12) semestres pour le programme de doctorat.

Conditions d'éligibilité:

"To be eligible for financial support a student must continue to be registered full-time and must continue to meet the minimum academic requirements of the graduate program and progress satisfactorily towards the timely completion of the degree."

"Students in funding-eligible programs receive financial support for the normal duration of their program."
(cf. SGPS Regulations, Sections 5.2 and 5.3)

Ce financement a deux composantes:

1. Western Graduate Research Scholarship (WGRS)

Note importante: La bourse WGRS sert à couvrir les frais d'éducation: frais de scolarité + frais accessoires (tuition fees + ancillary fees).
* Si le montant de la bourse excède les frais d'éducation, l'étudiant recevra la différence par virement bancaire avant la fin du semestre en question.
* Si le montant de la bourse est inférieur aux frais d'éducation, l'étudiant devra couvrir la différence avant la date limite fixée par le Bureau du registraire (Office of the Registrar) et indiquée sur votre Student Center.

Valeur totale de la WGRS pour l'année universitaire 2022-2023
(automne 2022 + hiver 2023 + été 2023)

Programme de maîtrise Programme de doctorat
Étudiants
internationaux
Résidents
canadiens
Étudiants
internationaux
Résidents
canadiens
14,350 $ 4,550 $ 10,650 $ 10,050 $


2.
Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA)

Le Graduate Teaching Assistantship est un contrat de travail offert pendant les semestres d'automne et/ou hiver. Le salaire est versé à la fin de chaque mois de contrat.

 

Au niveau du Département d'études françaises:

Subventions de recherche
Description officielle: Moyennant le programme Grad Travel Funding de la Faculté des arts et sciences humaines, le Département d'études françaises offre de l'appui financier pour les voyages de recherche et la participation aux colloques des étudiants inscrits dans les programmes de maîtrise et doctorat.
Valeur: variable.


Date limite
: variable
Formulaire de demande: Oui. Cliquez ici pour accéder au formulaire.
Demande soumise au: Département d'études françaises. Il faut soumettre cette demande AVANT d'effectuer les dépenses.
Décision prise par: la direction des études supérieures

Randall Family Graduate Research and Travel Award in French
Official description: Awarded to a full-time graduate student in year 3 or beyond of a PhD in French based on academic achievement (minimum 78% average), satisfactory progression in the program and participation in an academic research project including dissertation research or conference participation. Candidates will submit a research project, a detailed budget, a cv and a letter of support from the thesis director to the Department of French Studies by April 1. The recipient will be selected by the Graduate Studies Committee in the Department of French Studies, of which at least one person will hold membership in the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. Students may apply for both the Mary Routledge Fellowships and the Randall Graduate Research and Travel Award in French but will not be eligible to receive both awards during the same competition year. For further details please contact the Department of French Studies.
Value: 1 at $700 Effective: May 2016 - April 2023

Award frequency: annual
Deadline: April 1st
Application: Yes. Click here to apply.
Application submitted to: Department of French Studies
Selection done by: Graduate Studies Committee in French Studies

The Sir Charles Edward Saunders-Mary Eileen Anderson - CCAA Scholarships in French (Canada Council Arts Awards)

Official description: Awarded annually to an outstanding student who is either entering or continuing in the MA and PhD programs (one for each program) and who will not be a recipient of a major award other than a Graduate Teaching Assistantship or an entrance scholarship.
Value: 2 at $700.00.

Award frequency: annual
Application – No. Merit-based Scholarship.
Decision made by : April 15th
Selection done by – Graduate Studies Committee in French Studies

Au niveau de la Faculté des arts:

Lynne-Lionel Scott Scholarship in Canadian Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Official Description: Awarded to graduate students registered full time in the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, with a demonstrated interest in Canadian Studies and a minimum 78% average. Preference will be given to Doctoral candidates. Applicants for admission who indicate a primary interest in Canadian studies and whose applications are completed by January 8 of each year will be considered. Applications will be available in the applicant's department and must be submitted to the Graduate Chair of the applicant's department. The recipient will be selected by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities on the recommendation of a selection committee of which at least one member must hold membership in the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. This Scholarship was established by Mrs. Rose Lynne Scott (BA '62) through Foundation Western to encourage studies in the area of Canadian Studies.
Value: A maximum of 3 awards, up to a combined total of $2,500

Award frequency: annual
Deadline: January 8th
Application: Yes. Application form sent out by the Dean's Office each November.
Application submitted to: Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Selection done by: Faculty of Arts and Humanities on the recommendation of a selection committee

Faculty of Arts and Humanities Alumni Graduate Awards
Official description: Awarded to graduate students registered in the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and enrolled in any graduate program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, who can demonstrate financial need and are maintaining a minimum 78% average.  The awards will be used to support graduate travel and research.  Applicants must supply a project description and a detailed budget.  Recipients will be selected by the Dean of Arts and Humanities upon consultation with a committee.  Completed applications must be submitted by January 15th.  Recipients must meet OSOTF eligibility requirements.
Value: Number and value of awards may vary.  Up to $9,000 will be available.

Award frequency: annual
Deadline: January 15th
Application: Yes. Application form sent out by the Dean's Office each November.
Application submitted to: Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Selection done by: the Dean of Arts and Humanities upon consultation with a committee.
Mary Routledge Fellowships
Official description: Awarded to full-time graduate students registered in the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies in a graduate program based in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities.  These fellowships will be awarded to graduate students in order to cover expenses incurred as a result of a need to consult archival materials off campus, or to otherwise travel in the context of their research.  Candidates must have maintained a minimum A average and exhibit research ability or potential.  Selection will be made by the Dean of Arts in consultation with the graduate Chairs in all Arts Departments.  Fellowships will be awarded on the basis of applications to be submitted to the Office of the Dean of Arts no later than January 15 of any calendar year.  These fellowships were established through Foundation Western by a bequest from the late Mary B. Routledge (BA '24).
Total of $6000 available annually.
The numbers and amounts of awards will vary with the applications in any given year.  Funds not awarded in one year will be carried over to the next cycle of applications.

Award frequency: annual
Deadline: January 15th
Application: Yes. Application form sent out by the Dean's Office each November.
Application submitted to: Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Selection done by: the Dean of Arts in consultation with the graduate Chairs in all Arts Departments

Au niveau de l'Université / à travers des organismes externes