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Ryerson Masters in Film + Photo Preservation and Collections Management

PROGRAM FUNDING

Ryerson Graduate Fellowships (RGF) – refers to approximately $7,000 scholarships for academic excellence. The allocation of scholarships will be on a competitive basis and will be consistent with Ryerson’s policies concerning access, equity and research integrity, and the criteria established by Film + Photography Preservation and Collections Management (F+PPCM) Graduate Program Committee.  The Committee will oversee the evaluation of candidates and selection of award winners.


Ryerson Graduate Development Award (RGDA)
 - refers to merit awards provided by the Film + Photography Preservation and Collections Management (F+PPCM) program. The amount of these awards is variable, but less than the amount of an RGF. These program award funds may be used to enhance the level of funding for students who have won external awards. Graduate Program Committees must specify their funding policies in their proposals to SGS Council. Funding policies and practices associated with existing and future Joint Graduate Programs with other institutions will normally be consistent with the policies of the SGS. Differential practices and harmonization terms are subject to negotiation, development and review by the Dean of Graduate Studies and the Programs and Planning Committee of the Yeates School of Graduate Studies.

 

Yeates School of Graduate Studies Funding Information

 

Additional Information

International Development Research Centre

The Canada-U.S. Fulbright Program

International Currency Convertor

http://www.nela.net/Students/lointer.htm

 

Free Application for Federal Student Aid: www.fafsa.ed.gov

 

Education cost calculator:   
http://srv650.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/csls/sfp/24/ecc.jsp



Monthly Cost of living Budget Estimator: 
http://srv650.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/csls/sfp/24/be.jsp 

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