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MSc in Sustainable Energy Development

A One of a Kind Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Energy Development

Tuition and general fees are due no later than the indicated deadline in each term. These dates are found on the Faculty of Graduate Studies calendar. Further information on how to pay your tuition and fees is located on the university’s fee website.

SEDV Tuition

As a course based program, students are assessed tuition based on course enrollment each term. The below rates are based on the 2019/2020 rates and are subject to change.

Canadian/Permanent Resident

  • Per course (CAD): $1,785
  • Entire program (CAD): $24,990

International (study permit)

  • Per course (CAD): $2,785
  • Entire program (CAD): $38,990

General Fees

All graduate students are assessed general fees, which are subject to change without notice, each year. These fees are in addition to tuition and include the Graduate Student Association fees, group insurance, extended health and dental insurance, UPass (transit pass), campus recreation, etc. For a detailed breakdown of the general fees, please visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies website.

Scholarships

Fennel Sustainability Graduate Scholarship

Award amount:
The Fennell Sustainability Graduate Scholarship is $5000 to one student each year.

Selection criteria:
Open to full time, first year students (Canadian/ Permanent Resident) registered in the SEDV program. This scholarship is awarded based on a one-page submission and the overall admission application package.

How to apply:
Specific instructions will be provided during Orientation with a submission deadline of May 15.

 

Roger and Mona Creasey Memorial Graduate Scholarship

Award amount:
The Roger and Mona Creasey Memorial Graduate Scholarship is $1000 to one student each year.

Selection criteria:
Open to students registered in the SEDV program. This scholarship is awarded based on the student’s area of research, which must relate to the cumulative effects of energy development activities in Canada on a species or ecosystem leading to recommendations for its conservation or management.

How to apply:
No application is necessary. A recommendation will be made based on the student’s capstone research project.

Student Loans

Government student assistance programs (student loans) are available to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, protected persons and American citizens. For more information, please see the university’s student loans website.