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Fees and Funding

Tuition fees

PhD in Management students are charged fees by term. For each term that a student is registered in the program they would pay one-third of the yearly tuition plus ancillary fees. For a full listing of tuition and ancillary fees please visit the Registrar (RO) Graduate Fees webpage.
 
Additional information on Financing Your Studies can be found on the Yeates School of Graduate Studies website.

2021-2022 Fees

Program Yearly domestic fees Yearly international fees
PhD in Management Full-Time $8,806.54*
$23,849.91*
PhD in Management Part-Time $4,091.84* $11,991.52*

* The PhD in Management program fees published by Ryerson University reflect the cost of the program for the current academic year (2021-2022). The PhD in Management program takes four years full-time and six years part-time to complete. As such, the total cost of the program is the published total for one year of study. The fees for the next academic year (2022-2023) will be published by the University over the summer.

Funding

Each full-time PhD in Management candidate is eligible for a funding package of up to $30,000 each year for four years. The package will include research grants, scholarships, and graduate assistantships.

The annual renewal of funding is subject to student’s performance in the program, including, but not limited to: maintaining a full-time enrollment and a clear academic standing, satisfactory job performance as a Graduate Assistant, and successful progression through the program's Milestones.

PhD Supervisors with Funding

Dr. Anatoliy Gruzd and Dr. Jenna Jacobson

Dr. Anatoliy Gruzd and Dr. Jenna Jacobson

Program: Studying Anti-Social Behaviour in Social Media

Position: PhD Candidate

Duration: 1 year - Research Assistantship

Start date: September 1, 2021

The Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Migration and Integration

First ever CERC awarded to Ryerson University

The Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Migration and Integration is the first ever CERC awarded to Ryerson University, building on the university’s strengths and commitments in the area of immigration and settlement studies.

CERC Migration, led by Professor Anna Triandafyllidou, is producing innovative and usable knowledge on the links between migration and post-migration processes, forced and voluntary mobility, internal and international migration, and the role of countries of origin and transit. The Canada Excellence Research Chair offers stipends to full time MA and PhD students who are studying at Ryerson University on a migration and/or migrant integration-related topic.

Funding Amount:
PhD: up to $25,000 per year, renewable for a total of four years, subject to an annual review of the student’s progress. Available to first year PhD students entering a Ryerson PhD program.

Learn more about the PDF filefunding opportunity for Ryerson graduate students in the field of Migration, opens in new window.

New deadline: February 1, 2021