Tuition

The cost of your tuition will depend on whether you are a Canadian student who is a resident of Quebec, a Canadian student who is not a resident of Quebec, or an international student. Note that you may have to pay other fees in addition to tuition.

The fees in the table below are provided for information purposes only. For the specific tuition costs that apply to you, please click here. This page gives more information about tuition, other required fees (such as insurance) and more.

  MASTER'S PHD
QUEBEC STUDENTS $1,227.75 per session
$408.40 per thesis session
$1,227.75 per session
$408.40 per thesis session
NON-QUEBEC CANADIAN STUDENTS $3,815.85 per session
$408.40 per thesis session
$1,227.75 per session
$408.40 per thesis session
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS $8,407.73 per session
$408.40 per thesis session
$7,546.76 per session
$408.40 per thesis session

Scholarships

Each year, the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (ESP) award over $8 million in student financial support. The main ESP-managed scholarships include:

Visit the ESP website for more information about other funding opportunities such as:

  • Scholarships from faculties, schools, departments and programs 
  • Scholarships from granting agencies 
  • Scholarships from foundations
  • Scholarships for study abroad (other scholarship programs)

For more information, talk to the director of your graduate program or consult the scholarship database

Integrated funding

Graduate students in many departments and faculties are eligible for integrated funding, which consists of basic financial assistance that generally lasts for a program's normal duration. This funding comes from multiple sources, such as internal and external scholarships or a position as a teaching assistant, research assistant or lecturer.

Jobs

Graduate students can work as teaching assistants, research assistants or lecturers. Get more information from your department, school or research unit or from your professors. Many on-campus jobs are also reserved for students. For a list of job openings, consult UdeM's employment services centre.

International students can visit the foreign students office for job opportunities and information on any required documents they may need in order to work in Quebec.

Government aid

If you are a Canadian citizen or have permanent resident or refugee status and you reside in Quebec, the Quebec government's Loans and Bursaries Program can help you. Certain rules apply. Visit the Loans and Bursaries Program of the Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de la Science (MESRS).

You may also be eligible for the loan and bursary programs in other Canadian provinces and for the Canada Student Loans Program. Visit the site of UdeM's financial aid office for more information.

U.S. students who wish to study at UdeM may apply for a Direct Loan from the U.S. Department of Education. Also known as the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program, this system is managed by the financial aid office. For more information about this program for U.S. citizens and permanent residents, click here

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