Students admitted to the full-time doctoral program will be guaranteed financial support. The base funding is made up of a mix of fellowships (including external awards such as NSERC, OGS), teaching assistantships, and other sources of funding, at the discretion of the department; and is subject to satisfactory academic progress, the maintenance of good standing, and in the case of teaching assistantships, satisfactory performance in that role, as judged by the department. Additional information abound funding can be found in the 2023-24 Graduate Studies in Mathematics Handbook.
Breakdown of Funding Period
|PhD (4 year program)||4 Years|
|PhD Direct-Entry (5 year program)||5 Years|
Part-time graduate students are not eligible for financial assistance from the Department of Mathematics.