Admission Scholarship - Masters (711230107038)

Admission scholarship – Master’s
The University of Ottawa is proud to offer a scholarship program that recognizes the excellence of its students by providing an admission scholarship for students who are admitted in a full-time master’s program*.
Eligibility Criteria
The applicant must:
  1. Be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, a member of the diplomatic corps or a person with the protected/refugee status;
  2. Have a minimum admission GPA of 9.0/10 or above, calculated in accordance with the University of Ottawa’s regulation; and
  3. Be enrolled full-time in a master’s program.
Value of the award:                 $7,500 ($2,500/term for the first three consecutive terms of enrolment). A second component may be offered by the academic unit in the form of assistantships or internal scholarships. Please consult your academic unit for more details.
Number of awards:                  Unlimited
Frequency of the award:        At the time of admission
Level or program of study:   Master’s
Application contact:                Graduate Studies Office of your Faculty
*The following Master’s program, are excluded: Business Administration (MBA), Conference Interpreting (MCI), Communication (MCom), Education (MEd), Engineering (MEng), Engineering Management (MEng), Health Administration (MHA) and Public Health (MPH).  
Important: Students who receive a scholarship from an external source (e.g., CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC,OGS, FRG), will receive or  continue to receive the first component of the Admission Scholarship. However, if a second component is offered by their academic unit or another internal source, it will be optional for the period of validity of the external scholarship. The total value of the second component can therefore be reduced accordingly. Decisions are made by each faculty.
No application is required for this scholarship. All candidates will automatically be considered at the time of admission.
The information on this page is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment from the University of Ottawa.