Note: the following information applies only to Ryerson-enrolled students.
For full-time and part-time fees breakdown, please visit Ryerson University School of Graduate Studies.
Eligible full-time applicants who submit a complete application by the first consideration application deadline are automatically considered for internal scholarships. Applicants are eligible to compete for graduate scholarships offered by their university of registration. The Ryerson Graduate Scholarship is an entrance scholarship for which students with an average of at least A- or equivalent may compete. Ryerson University funding information for graduate students can be obtained from the Ryerson University School of Graduate Studies.
Full-time students are also eligible for a very limited number of paid assistantships, involving teaching, laboratory or resource centre supervision, and/or research. Occasionally additional summer funding may be available in association with individual faculty research activities.
The Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)(done using internal forms from admission, no separate application) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) also offer scholarships for which students are encouraged to apply. These require separate applications and need to be completed one year in advance of admission.
For York University Funding Information for graduate studies, please visit York University Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Please see the FAQ section below for more details and common questions on Financial issues for ComCult students.
Balance of Degree Fee
The length of a program is defined by the graduate program into which a student is admitted. This predetermines the minimum total academic fees that a student must pay prior to graduation. Fee information from the Ryerson University Graduate Studies website