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Acadia University


Tel: +1-902-585-2201
Fax: +1-902-585-1081
E-Mail: ask.acadia@acadiau.ca
Web: www.acadiau.ca

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, administration, advertising, anatomy, anthropology, applied sciences, art history, arts, biology, business, business administration, chemistry, civil engineering, classical studies, communication, computer science, continuing education, dietetics, earth science, ecology, environment, economic and commercial sciences, economy, education, engineering, finance, fine arts, food, food industry, geology, history, human sciences, humanities and arts, information science, international business, languages, liberal arts, management, marketing, mathematics, music and musicology, nutrition, performing arts, philosophy, physical education, physics, psychology, recreation and leisure, sciences, social sciences, sociology, statistics, teacher education, technology, theology, religion
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in applied science, arts, business administration, computer science, education, food science, nutrition, music, music education, physical education, recreation management, science and theology; (b) Master's degrees in arts, science, education, divinity, religious education and theology; (c) Doctor of Ministry.
Description: non-degree programmes include: continuing education; distance education; EUP and ESL, certificate in applied science. rigorous curriculum incorporating the use of notebook computers into academic work.
Open to: qualified students of all nationalities: (a) candidates wishing to study on a full-time basis but who do not meet general admission requirements may be considered for entry as mature students; TOEFL for students whose first language is not English; extension (correspondence and part-time) programmes offered for credit; special arrangements made for handicapped students; job placement services are also available.
Duration: (a) 4 years; (b) 1 year; (c) 3 years.
Financial assistance: (a) some scholarships and bursaries available; (b) some graduate fellowships, scholarships and assistantships.
Languages: English.
Applications: to the Office of Admissions or online at: www.acadiau.ca.

 Scholarship: Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Undergraduate entrance scholarships and grants.
Description: for full-time undergraduate study (excluding Bachelor of Education).
Duration: some scholarships/bursaries are renewable, some are 1 year only.
Value: range from C$500 up to C$22,500 (over 4 years).
Applications: complete admission application by 1 March; complete entrance scholarship form and supporting documents by 15 March; apply to financial aid office by email: financial.aid@acadiau.ca.


Algonquin College


1385 Woodroffe Avenue
 
Tel: +1-613-727-4723 ext. 5343
Fax: +1-613-727-7665
Web: www.algonquincollege.com

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, applied arts, business, health and hygiene, technology, trade
Programmes: degree courses in applied arts, business, health sciences, technology, English as a second language and trades.
Open to: candidates fulfilling the necessary requirements.
Duration: from 1 to 3 years.
Applications: to the above address for further information.


Bishop's University


Tel: +1-819-822-9600
Fax: +1-819-822-9661
Tlx: TELECS
Web: www.ubishops.ca

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain arts, business administration, education, sciences
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in arts, business administration, and science; (b) Master's degree in education.
Open to: academically qualified students of all nationalities; candidates over 23 years old who do not meet general admission requirements may be considered on a mature student basis; continuing education programmes offered for credit; special facilities granted for students with disabilities; student job placement services also available.
Duration: from 3 to 4 years (depending on educational background).
Fees: see website for further information. Students from outside Canada who choose to major in French pay only Canadian fees.
Financial assistance: some countries have financial agreements with the Province of Quebec; students should contact the Ministry of Education in their home country for details.
Languages: instruction in English.
Applications: (a) by 1 March, to the Admissions Office; International Student Office; (b) by 1 February, to the Graduate School of Education; International Student Office.


Brandon University


270-18th Street
 
Tel: +1-204-727-7314
Fax: +1-204-727-7471
Web: www.brandonu.ca

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, business administration, liberal arts, nursing, psychiatry, social sciences
Programmes: (a) Bachelor of Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies; (b) Bachelor of Arts; (c) Bachelor of Business Administration; (d) Bachelor of Education; (e) Bachelor of Fine Arts (f) Bachelor of First Nations and Aboriginal Counselling; (g) Bachelor of General Studies; (h) Bachelor of Music; (i) Bachelor of Nursing; (j) Bachelor of Science; (k) Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science; (l) Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing; (m) Graduate Diploma and Master's Degree in Education; (n) Graduate Diploma and Master's Degree in Rural Development; (o) Master's Degree in Music.
Description: see website for full details and for all programmes.
Fees: (a) to (l): tuition approximately C$5,500 per year; (m) to (o): tuition approximately C$2,200 per year; living costs (all) C$500-600 per month.


Brock University


500 Glenridge Avenue
 
Tel: +1-905-688-5550/4293
Fax: +1-905-688-4283
E-Mail: liaison@brocku.ca
Web: www.brocku.ca

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain business, education, humanities and arts, natural resources, natural sciences, nursing, recreation and leisure, sciences, social sciences, speech therapy, tourism, hotel and catering management
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in business; education; humanities and arts; natural sciences; nursing; sciences; social sciences; tourism.
Fees: see website for further information.
Languages: English.
Applications: application on-line at: www.brocku.ca.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain education, humanities and arts, natural resources, natural sciences, nursing, social sciences, speech therapy, tourism, hotel and catering management
Scholarships: various scholarships available, see website at: http://www.brocku.ca; international students' page at: http://www.brocku.ca/international/.


Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE)


FAC International Scholarship Programs 220 Laurier West, Suite 1550
 
Tel: +1-613-237-4820
Fax: +1-613-237-1073
E-Mail: scholarships-bourses@cbie.ca
Web: www.scholarships.gc.ca

 Scholarship: International Scholarship Programs
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, research
Scholarships: Government of Canada Awards to Foreign Nationals.
Description: awards to enable foreign students of high academic standing to undertake graduate studies or post doctoral research in Canadian institutions. Awards may be applied to research or studies in all areas of the arts, the social sciences and humanities, commerce, the natural sciences and engineering. Proposed programs of study must focus on a Canadian subject or include significant Canadian content.
Subjects: all disciplines; graduate studies, research or post-doctoral research.
Open to: candidates must have the equivalent of a Canadian undergraduate degree; artists must have completed basic training and begun their professional career; for fellowships: Ph.D. or equivalent; artists must have made a significant contribution over a number of years; English or French proficiency required; not open to students planning to emigrate to Canada; candidate's programme of study or research must have Canadian content.
 
Nationality: nationals of Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Philippines, Russia.
Place of study: tenable only in Canada in universities, research institutes and institutions of higher learning.
Duration: postdoctoral fellowships: 6 months; research scholarships: 1 year maximum.
Value: scholarships, C$900 per month plus tuition and certain other benefits; fellowships, C$1,200 per month plus certain other benefits.
Applications: interested individuals should obtain information from the Canadian Embassy in their home country; see website http://www.scholarships.gc.ca/Pages/GCA_In/nc_GCAp1_e.html for further details.


Bureau canadien de l'éducation internationale (BCEI)


Programme de bourses internationale de AEC 220 Laurier Ouest, Bureau 1550
 
Tel: +1-613-237-4820
Fax: +1-613-237-1073
E-Mail: scholarships-bourses@cbie.ca
Web: www.scholarships.gc.ca

 Bourse: Programmes internationaux de bourses d'études
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales, recherche
Bourses: Bourses du Gouvernement canadien aux ressortissants étrangers.
Description: ces bourses permettent à des étudiants de haut niveau académique d'entreprendre des études supérieures ou des recherches dans des institutions canadiennes. Sont admissibles les candidats dans le domaine des arts, des sciences humaines et sociales, du commerce, des sciences naturelles et du génie, à condition que le sujet proposé présente un contenu canadien substantiel.
A l'intention de: les candidats doivent posséder l'équivalent d'un diplôme universitaire canadien et, s'ils étudient les arts, avoir terminé leur formation de base et commencé leur carrière professionnelle. Bourses de recherche postdoctorale : les candidats doivent être titulaires de l'équivalent d'un Ph.D. et, s'ils sont artistes, avoir accompli une oeuvre remarquable et être reconnus; une bonne connaissance de l'anglais ou du français est indispensable. Les étudiants ayant l'intention d'émigrer au Canada ne peuvent pas postuler; le programme d'études ou de recherche doit se situer dans un contexte canadien.
 
Nationalité: ressortissants de: Allemagne, Brésil, Chili, Colombie, Corée, Cuba, France, Italie, Japon, Mexique, les Philippines, et Russie.
Lieu: aux universités, institutions de recherche et établissements d'enseignement supérieur au Canada uniquement.
Durée: bourses postdoctorales : six mois et bourses de recherche : une année maximum.
Valeur: bourses d'études : C$900 par mois, plus la scolarité et certains autres avantages ; bourses postdoctorales : C$1.200 par mois plus certains autres avantages.
Candidatures: les candidats intéressés peuvent se procurer une brochure descriptive auprès de l'ambassade du Canada dans leur pays d'origine; voir site Internet http://www.scholarships.gc.ca/Pages/GCA_In/nc_GCAp1_f.html pour de plus amples informations.


Carleton University


1125 Colonel By Drive
 
Tel: +1-613-520-7400
E-Mail: infocarleton@carleton.ca
Web: www.carleton.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in architecture, arts, commerce, computer science, engineering, industrial design, international business, journalism, music, public administration, science and social work; (b) Master's degrees in arts, computer science, engineering, journalism, public administration, science and social work; (c) Doctoral degrees in arts, engineering and science; (d) Certificate in Public Service Studies (CPSS), Graduate Diploma in Public Administration (DPA), Certificate in English Language and Composition (CELC), Certificate in French Language Studies (CFLS), Certificate in Law Enforcement Studies (CLES), Certificate in French Translation Studies (CFTS), Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CTESL).
Open to: candidates fulfilling the necessary requirements; proficiency in English essential; all visa applicants whose mother tongue is other than English are required to present a minimum TOEFL score of 580 as part of the basic requirements for admission to the University.
Duration: (a) and all certificates: variable; (b) and DPA: 1 year beyond Bachelor's degree; (c) 2 years beyond the Master's degree; (courses begin in May and September).
Financial assistance: some scholarships, bursaries and fellowships available.
Applications: by 1 February for applicants to architecture and social work; by 1 March for applicants to music; and by 1 April for applicants to all other programmes; through the Ontario Universities Application Centre, P.O. Box 1328, 650 Woodlawn Road W., Guelph, Ontario N1H 7P4.


Concordia University


1455 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West
 
Tel: +1-514-848-3800
Fax: +1-514-848-2812
Web: www.concordia.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain administration, arts, business, computer science, education, engineering, fine arts, sciences, trade
Programmes: (a) Master's and PhD degrees programmes in arts, science, engineering, commerce and fine arts; (b) Bachelor's degree programmes in arts, education, sciences, commerce, administration, engineering, computer science and fine arts.
Open to: (a) applicants holding the equivalent of a Canadian Bachelor's Degree (Master's Programme) or Master's Degree (Doctoral Programme); qualifying programmes available for students requiring upgrading; (b) candidates of all nationalities fulfilling the necessary entry requirements; students whose first language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency (TOEFL 550).
Duration: (a) 1 to 3 years; (b) 3 to 4 years; courses begin in September or in January in some cases.
Fees: see website for fee information.
Financial assistance: (a) limited number of fee remissions, teaching and research assistantships and scholarships available.
Applications: (a) to the Graduate Programme Director, specifying Department; (b) by 1 March, to the Undergraduate Admissions Office; at the above address.


Concordia University College of Alberta


7128 Ada Boulevard North West
 
Tel: +1-780-479-8481
Fax: +1-780-474-1933
E-Mail: admits@concordia.ab.ca
Web: www.concordia.ab.ca

 Scholarship: Undergraduate Entrance Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Description: Entrance Scholarship Programme is open to all applicants entering their first year of university studies directly from secondary school.
Open to: students with good secondary school scholastic results.
Duration: 1 academic year.
Value: C$1,000-$2,000.
Applications: by 1 April; applicants must submit with their application form, an interim secondary school transcript of Grades 10, 11 and first semester Grade 12 marks; contact the Financial Aid Advisor at the above address.


Dalhousie University, Department of Economics


1236 Henry Street
 
Tel: +1-902-494-2211
Fax: +1-902-494-2319
E-Mail: admissions@dal.ca
Web: www.dal.ca

 Course: Graduate Programme in Development Economics
 
  
Study Domain development studies, economy
Programmes: Master's degrees in Development Economics: (a) the Canadian Studies Programme (Canadian economic development); (b) the International Development Studies Programme (international and bilateral aid, health and environmental issues in third world countries).
Open to: candidates with pass or general B.A., B.Sc. or B. Comm. degree with minimum 2 classes in economics plus classes in introductory mathematics and introductory statistics; competence in English is required; students from developing countries are encouraged to integrate their own country experiences.
Duration: normally 2 years; in special cases, students may qualify for admission to a 1-year programme.
Financial assistance: scholarships available; details directly from the Department of Economics.
Applications: to the above address.


Dentistry Canada Fund (DCF)


427 Gilmour Street
 
Tel: +1-613-236-4763
Fax: +1-613-236-3935
E-Mail: information@dcf-fdc.ca
Web: www.dcf-fdc.ca/grants.html

 Scholarship: Dentistry Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain dentistry, research
Scholarships: (a) Frank Popovich Memorial Fund; (b) D. C. F. Grants; (c) D. C. F. Undergraduate Students' Grants; (d) D. C. F. Unrestricted Grants; (e) D. C. F. Grants for Needy Students; (f) D. C. F. Dental Technology Scholarships; (g) D. C. F. Biennial Research Award (even years); (h) Brånemark Cranio-Maxillofacial Rehabilitation Fund; Nobelpharma Canada Inc.; (i) Dentsply Henry Thornton Award; (j) L. E. MacLachlan Fellowships; (k) Procter and Gamble Research Fellowships.
Open to: (a) any orthodontic students seeking their Master's or Ph.D. in orthodontics and who will be applying their skills as teachers in Canada following their studies; (b) any projects relevant to dentistry that do not fit elsewhere, individuals and associations may apply; (c) and (d) all Canadian Faculties of Dentistry; (e) any undergraduate student currently enrolled in a Canadian faculty of dentistry; (f) first year student of dental technology, Nova Scotia Community College; (g) graduate or postgraduate students in association with a Canadian faculty of dentistry; (h) multi-disciplinary team experienced in Branemark System and affiliated with faculties of dentistry and medicine and their associated teaching hospitals; (i) any student applying for a D.C.F. Teaching/Research Fellowship; (j) prosthodontic and maxillofacial prosthodontic divisions at the Dental Faculties of the University of Toronto, McGill University, Dalhousie University and the University of Western Ontario; (l) all Canadian faculties of dentistry on behalf of an undergraduate dental student.
Applications: (a), (b), (f), (g), (k), (n) and (o) 1 March; (h) 1 December; (m) 1 January; (c) to (e), (i), (j) and (l) no deadline.


Huron University College (HUC)


1349 Western Road London, Ontario N6G 1H3
 
Tel: +1 519 438 7224
Fax: +1 519 438 3938
E-Mail: huron@uwo.ca
Web: www.huronuc.on.ca


Huron University College (HUC)


1349 Western Road
 
Tel: +1-519-438-7224
Fax: +1-519-438-3938
E-Mail: kknowles@uwo.ca
Web: www.huronuc.ca/prospective_students/

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain arts, social sciences, theology, religion
Programmes: Bachelor's degrees in arts; social sciences; theology.
Duration: 3 to 4 years beginning in September.
Fees: tuition fees: C$11,000.
Languages: English.

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain arts, social sciences, theology, religion
Programmes: Bachelor's degrees in arts, social sciences, theology.
Duration: 3 to 4 years, beginning in September.
Fees: tuition: C$11,000.
Languages: English.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain arts, Asian studies, cultural studies, development studies, economic and commercial sciences, history, international studies, languages, liberal arts, literature and civilization, philosophy, political science, psychology, theology, religion
Scholarships: International Scholarships.
Subjects: arts and social science programmes of study.
Duration: 4 years, renewable.
Value: maximum C$5,000 per year; work study bursaries available based on financial need.
Applications: Contact the Dean of arts & social sciences, huron@uwo.ca. For more information, www.huronuc.on.ca.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain arts, Asian studies, cultural studies, development studies, economic and commercial sciences, history, international studies, languages, liberal arts, literature and civilization, philosophy, political science, psychology, theology, religion
Scholarships: International Scholarships.
Subjects: arts and social science programmes of study.
Value: maximum C$3,000 per year; work study bursaries available based on financial need.
Applications: to Registrar's office; for bursaries contact the college administrator's office.


Huron Universiy College (HUC)


1349 Western Road
 


International Council for Canadian Studies - Award Programme (PRA)


Organization of American States 325 Dalhousie Street, Suite 800
 
Tel: +1-613-789-7828
Fax: +1-613-789-7830
E-Mail: general@iccs-ciec.ca
Web: www.scholarships.gc.ca

 Scholarship: OAS Graduate Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Graduate level awards for advanced study and research (10 per year).
Subjects: all subjects except medicine.
Open to: citizens or permanent residents of an OAS member state who hold a university degree or who have demonstrated ability to pursue advanced studies in the field chosen; candidates must know the language of the study country.
Place of study: in a country which is a member of the Organization of American States (OAS).
Duration: 3 months to 2 years.
Value: round-trip ticket, tuition fees, study materials, health insurance and subsistence allowance which varies from country to country (no benefits provided to the family of the fellowship holder).
Applications: to the above address, or through on-line application forms; see website for further information.


King's University College (The)


9125 - 50th Street
 
Tel: +1-780-465-8334
Fax: +1-780-465-3534
E-Mail: admissions@kingsu.ca
Web: www.kingsu.ca

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain biology, business administration, chemistry, computer science, ecology, environment, education, English, history, liberal arts, music and musicology, philosophy, psychology, sociology, theology, religion
Programmes: Bachelor's degrees in arts; science; commerce; music and education.
Duration: 3 to 4 years.
Fees: tuition fees per credit: C$230; normal course load is 31 credits per year (C$7,130); student fees: C$325 per year; residence and food services fees vary from C$5,250 to C$6,850 per year. international student fee: C$1,500; international health care plan: C$642.
Financial assistance: scholarships, bursaries and awards are available for all major fields; see: http://www.kingsu.ca
Languages: English.
Applications: deadline: 15 August for fall term; 1 December for winter term to registrar's office or apply on-line at: www.kingsu.ca.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: several scholarships offered, see website at: http://www.kingsu.ca


Kwantlen University College (KUC)


12664 - 72 Avenue
 
Tel: +1-604-599-2534
Fax: +1-604-599-2449
E-Mail: inted@kwantlen.ca
Web: www.kwantlen.ca

 Course: Diploma, Associate and Bachelor's Degrees
 
  
Study Domain administration, applied arts, applied sciences, arts, business administration, computer science, criminology, cultural studies, engineering, interior design, liberal arts, music and musicology, nursing, sciences
Programmes: (a) Diploma courses in Automation/Robotics engineering Technology; Accounting; Applied Science (Engineering); Business Administration; Business Management; Computer Information Systems; Criminology; Electronics Engineering Technology; Fashion Design and Technology; Fashion Marketing; Fine Arts; General Business Studies; General Studies; Graphics and Visual Design; Graduate Nurse Upgrading, Interdisciplinary Design Studies; Music; Marketing Management; Public Relations; Science; (b) Associate Degrees in Anthropology; General Studies; Geography; History; Music; Political Science; Science; Sociology; (c) Bachelor's Degrees in Business Administration; Applied Design ; Psychology.
Held: courses held at Langley, Richmond and Surrey campuses.
Fees: varies according to programme from C$7,000-$9,000; Music and Science courses from C$10,500-$13,500.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 31 March; contact inted@kwantlen.ca for further details.


McGill University


853 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal, Quebec H3A 2T6
 
Tel: +1 514 398 4455
Fax: +1 514 398 3595
Web: www.mcgill.ca


Université McGill


845 Sherbrooke Street West Montréal, Québec H3A 2T6
 
Tel: +1 514 398 4455
Fax: +1 514 398 3595
Web: www.mcgill.ca


McGill University (McGill)


845 Sherbrooke Street West, Suite 506
 
Tel: +1-514-398-4180
Fax: +1-514-398-4768
Web: www.mcgill.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance available in various forms and for certain disciplines; value from C$3,000-$15,000; enquire at above address.
Languages: English and French.


McGill University, Department of Agricultural Economics


21,111 Lakeshore Road
 
Tel: +1-514-398-7820
Fax: +1-514-398-8130
E-Mail: agr.econ@mcgill.ca
Web: www.agrenv.mcgill.ca/agrecon/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, economic and commercial sciences
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in agricultural economics.
Open to: applicants holding an appropriate degree with a TOEFL score of at least 560.
Duration: B.Sc., 3 years; M.Sc.; 2 years; Ph.D.; 3 years.
Fees: tuition: approx. C$10,000 per year for international students.
Financial assistance: some fellowships and research assistantships are available at graduate level only.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 1 March for September admission, to the above address.

 Scholarship: Fellowship
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, economy
Scholarships: Sir Vincent Meredith Fellowship.
Open to: outstanding students admitted to the graduate programme in agricultural economics; holders of this fellowship may be expected to participate in the teaching programme of the Department.
Duration: 2 years (renewable once on the basis of satisfactory progress).
Value: approximately C$10,000 per year.
Applications: by 1 March, to McGill University MacDonald Campus, at the above address.


Université McGill - Département d'économie agraire


21,111 Lakeshore Road
 
Tel: +1-514-398-7820
Fax: +1-514-398-8130
E-Mail: agr.econ@mcgill.ca
Web: www.agrenv.mcgill.ca/agrecon/

 Bourse: Bourse
 
  
Domaines d'étude agriculture, économie
Bourses: Bourse d'études Sir Vincent Meredith.
A l'intention de: candidat méritant remplissant les conditions requises pour l'admission aux études supérieures en économie agraire; il peut être requis du bénéficiaire qu'il participe au programme d'enseignement du Département.
Durée: 2 ans (renouvelable une fois selon les résultats du candidat).
Valeur: C$10.000 par an environ.
Candidatures: avant le 1er mars; Université McGill Campus MacDonald, à l'adresse ci-dessus.


Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN)


Elizabeth Avenue
 
Tel: +1-709-737-8000
Fax: +1-709-737-4569
E-Mail: newstudents@mun.ca
Web: www.mun.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in arts, police studies, business administration, commerce (co-operative and non-co-operative), education (primary, elementary, intermediate, secondary, postsecondary and Native and Northern), engineering, fine arts (theatre and visual arts), maritime studies, music, music education, nursing (collaborative and post-RN), physical education (co-operative), pharmacy, recreation (co-operative), science, social work, special education, technology; (b) Master's degrees in applied science in environmental engineering and applied science, applied statistics, arts, business administration, education, engineering, environmental science, marine studies (fisheries resource management), nursing, philosophy (M.Phil.) physical education, science, science (in environmental science), science (in pharmacy), social work and women's studies; (c) Doctor of Medicine; (d) Doctor of philosophy and arts, engineering, medicine, science, and social work; (e) Diploma programmes in adult teacher education, business administration, clinical counselling for addictions, clinical epidemiology research, community and primary health care nursing, community health, Native and Northern education in Labrador (T.E.P.L.), nurse-midwifery, outpost nursing, postsecondary education, social work, and technology education; (f) Continuing Education programmes: certificates in business administration, criminology, library studies, municipal administration, Newfoundland studies, public administration, and records and information management; diploma programme in information technology.
Open to: (a) and (e) candidates having successfully completed secondary studies or equivalent, admission to diploma programmes is considered on an individual basis and may require the completion of specific university courses, work experience, and/or other prerequisites; (b) and (c) candidates with Bachelor's degrees, preferably Honours, with minimum B average or equivalent in field of specialization; (d) candidates with Master's degree or equivalent or Honours Bachelor's degree.
Duration: variable; courses begin in September, January and May.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 1 March for Fall semester, 1 October for Winter semester, 1 February for Spring/Summer semester, to the Registrar.


Mount Allison University


65 York Street
 
Tel: +1-506-364-2300
Fax: +1-506-364-2272
E-Mail: admissions@mta.ca
Web: www.mta.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, anthropology, art history, astronomy, biochemistry, biology, biophysics, chemistry, classical studies, computer science, ecology, environment, economy, finance, fine arts, geography, history, languages, management, marine biology, marketing, mathematics, music and musicology, performing arts, philosophy, photography, physics, political science, psychology, sociology, statistics, theology, religion, zoology
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's degrees in all major fields.
Held: on-campus and limited courses in Moncton and Miramichi.
Duration: 4 years beginning 1 September.
Fees: registration: C$100; tuition: C$9,960, living costs: C$6,810.
Financial assistance: available based on need.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 15 March; admissions@mta.ca.


Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)


350 Albert Street
 
Tel: +1-613-995-4273
Fax: +1-613-992-5337
E-Mail: tpw@nserc.ca
Web: www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/

 Scholarship: NSERC Fellowships
 
  
Study Domain engineering, natural sciences, research
Scholarships: (a) NSERC Fellowships: Bachelor of Arts: research fellowships for small universities and in industry; postgraduate studies: postgraduate fellowships (Ph.D.); supplements to postgraduate fellowships; postgraduate fellowships for studies with relevance for industry; postdoctoral studies: postdoctoral fellowships; fellowships for postdoctoral research in industry.
Subjects: natural sciences and engineering.
Open to:
Place of study: in Canadian universities.
Duration: 1 year (possibility of renewal for a 2nd year).
Value: variable
Applications: contact NSERC for application information http://www.nserc.gc.ca/funding/funding_e.asp


Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie du Canada (CRSNG)


350 rue Albert
 
Tel: +1-613-995-4273
Fax: +1-613-992-5337
E-Mail: tpw@nserc.ca
Web: www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/

 Bourse: Bourses CRSNG
 
  
Domaines d'étude ingénierie, recherche, sciences naturelles
Bourses: Bourses du CRSNG en sciences et en génie : 1er cycle : bourses de recherche dans les petites universités et en milieu industriel ; 2e et 3e cycles : bourses d'études supérieures ; suppléments aux bourses d'études supérieures ; bourses d'études supérieures à incidence industrielle ; niveau postdoctoral : bourses postdoctorales ; bourses pour les chercheurs-boursiers en milieu industriel.
Lieu: universités canadiennes.
Durée: 1 an (renouvelable une fois).
Valeur: variable.
Candidatures: s'adresser au CRSNG pour de plus amples renseignements http://www.crsng.gc.ca/funding/funding_f.asp


Nipissing University


PO Box 5002 100 College Drive
 
Tel: +1-705-474-3461
Fax: +1-705-495-1772
E-Mail: liaison@nipissingu.ca
Web: www.nipissingu.ca

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, arts, biology, business, business administration, classical studies, criminology, development studies, ecology, environment, economic and commercial sciences, education, English, fine arts, geography, liberal arts, mathematics, nursing, philosophy, psychology, sociology, visual arts
Programmes: Bachelor's degrees in all major fields.
Duration: 3 to 4 years beginning 1 September.
Fees: tuition fees C$8,500; living costs C$8,000.
Languages: English.
Applications: international students apply by 1 June to Liaison Office at liaison@nipissingu.ca.

 Scholarship: Caribbean Student Award
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Caribbean Student Award.
Open to: Caribbean students.
Value: C$1,500 per year; renewable.


Nova Scotia Agricultural College (NSAC)


PO Box 550
 
Tel: +1-902-893-6722
Fax: +1-902-895-5529
E-Mail: reg@nsac.ns.ca
Web: www.nsac.ns.ca

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, agronomic sciences, applied sciences, biology, botany, business, business administration, chemistry, ecology, environment, economy, engineering, fisheries, genetics, horticulture, sciences, veterinary sciences, zoology
Programmes: Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in agriculture; applied sciences; biology; business administration; chemistry; veterinary sciences.
Description: B.Sc., B.Tech., M.Sc.; 2 and 3 year diploma programmes also offered in various areas of agriculture and management.
Fees: tuition fees: C$800 per year; living costs: C$10,000 per year.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 1 April for September admission; apply to the Office of the Registrar.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: International Student Scholarships.
Description: based on academic performance.
Open to: all nationalities.
Duration: renewable for a maximum of 4 years.
Value: C$3,000 per year.
Applications: apply to NSAC Awards office; deadline: 30 June; a number of other scholarships are open to application from foreign students.


Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD)


5163 Duke Street
 
Tel: +1-902-444-9600
Fax: +1-902-425-2420
Web: www.nscad.ns.ca

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes in Arts
 
  
Study Domain arts, design, fine arts, graphic arts
Programmes: Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Design, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Arts.
Open to: eligible applicants of any nationality; TOEFL 550.
Duration: 4½ years; courses begin in September or January.
Fees: approximately C$11,250 per academic year; international student tuition, C$14,440 per year.
Languages: English.
Applications: at the above address.


Okanagan University College (OUC)


7000 KLO Road Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 4X8
 
Tel: +1 250 862 5443
Fax: +1 250 862 5470
E-Mail: rjmiller@ouc.bc.ca
Web: www.ouc.bc.ca

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Business Administration. also non-degree programmes in Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Electronics, Computer Network Technology, Water Quality Technology, Civil Aviation.
Subjects: all major fields; specialities also include: fresh water science, water quality technology.
Duration: 4 years; terms begin in September and January; Summer courses also available.
Fees: tuition fees: US$2,500; living costs: US$6,000 per semester.
Languages: English.
Applications: apply before 28 February; see website at: www.ouc.bc.ca/international.


Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto (OISE/UT)


252 Bloor Street West
 
Tel: +1-416-923-6641
Fax: +1-416-926-4725
Web: www.oise.utoronto.ca/

 Course: Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain education
Programmes: graduate and postgraduate level degree programmes in education offered through various academic departments.
Open to: students from developing countries with an appropriate undergraduate degree of high standing for admission to M.A. ; experience also required for admission to M. Ed., and a relevant Master's degree required for admission to Doctoral study.
Duration: at least 1 to 2 years for Master's programmes and 2 to 4 years for Doctoral studies.
Fees: approximately C$4,500 for landed immigrants and Canadians; C$16,000 for international students.
Financial assistance: over 182 assistantships, with a value of over C$8,000 (plus 4% vacation pay) for an 8-month period.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 15 January, to Admissions, Office of Graduate Studies.


Redeemer University College


777 Garner Road East
 
Tel: +1-905-648-2131
Fax: +1-905-648-2134
E-Mail: admis@redeemer.on.ca
Web: www.redeemer.on.ca

 Course: Undergraduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, theology, religion
Programmes: Bachelor of Christian Education.
Duration: 4 years; part-time study also available.
Fees: tuition fees: C$9,854; living costs/residence: C$4,786.
Financial assistance: differs for each applicant.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 1 July to Office of Admissions or email: sneven@redeemer.on.ca; requests students to apply early.

 Scholarship: Bursary
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Redeemer University College Bursary.
Open to: all incoming students with financial need.
Value: up to C$2,350; renewable.
Applications: by late February.


Ryerson Polytechnic University


350 Victoria Street
 
Tel: +1-416-979-5000
Fax: +1-416-979-5292
Web: www.ryerson.ca

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degree programmes; (b) Diploma programmes.
Description: courses in (a) administration and information management, aerospace engineering, applied chemistry and biology, applied computer science, applied geography, architectural science, business management, chemical engineering, child and youth care, civil engineering, early childhood education, electrical engineering, environmental health, fashion, graphic communications management, health services management, hospitality and tourism management, industrial engineering, interior design, journalism, mechanical engineering, midwifery, nursing, nutrition, consumer and family studies, photographic arts, public administration, radio and television arts, social work, technical production (theatre), and urban and regional planning; (b) landscape architecture and theatre (acting and dance).
Open to: nationals of any country. General requirement for admission is an Ontario secondary school diploma with a minimum average of 60% in six Ontario Academic Courses, or equivalent thereof.
Duration: 4 years with the exception of health services management, midwifery and public administration, which are available through part-time study and the diploma programmes which are of 3-year duration.
Fees: approx. C$25,000 per academic year for tuition, food and accommodation, books and supplies, incidentals, local transportation, field trips and medical insurance (costs are somewhat higher for engineering, architecture, nursing, hospitality, and food/nutrition programmes).
Applications: by 15 March, to the above address for further information.


Saint Mary's University


923 Robie Street
 
Tel: +1-902-420-5415
Fax: +1-902-496-8100
E-Mail: admissions@stmarys.ca
Web: www.stmarys.ca

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain American studies, arts, astronomy, business administration, education, engineering, history, psychology, sciences, summer programmes
Programmes: (a) Bachelor in arts, commerce, education, science; (b) Diploma in engineering; (c) Master in Education; (d) Master in business administration; (e) Master in Atlantic Canada studies, history; (f) Master in international development studies, applied psychology, astronomy, philosophy.
Duration: (a) 3 to 4 years; (b) 2 to 3 months; (c) to (f) 1 to 2 academic years; Summer courses available.
Fees: vary by student status and programme.
Financial assistance: available to students who have completed their first year of study at St. Mary's University.
Languages: English.
Applications: by April, to the Director of Admissions, at the above address.


Simon Fraser University (SFU)


MBC 1200 - 8888 University Drive
 
Tel: +1-604-291-4232
Fax: +1-604-291-5880
E-Mail: sfu_international@sfu.ca
Web: www.sfu.ca/international/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.


St Francis Xavier University (STFX)


PO Box 5000, Station Main
 
Tel: +1-902-863-3300
Fax: +1-902-867-2448
Web: www.stfx.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, arts, business administration, education, engineering, music and musicology, nursing, nutrition, physical education, sciences
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in arts, business administration, human nutrition, music, nursing, physical education, science; (b) Master's degrees in arts, education, teaching, adult education, teaching and science; (c) diplomas in engineering, jazz studies, adult education; (d) Bachelor's degree in education.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities with high school leaving certificate including 5 final year academic courses; continuing education courses for credit are available; placement and counselling services offered.
Duration: (a) 4 years; (b) 1 year; (c) 2 years; (d) 2 years.
Fees: see website for details.
Financial assistance: some scholarships and bursaries available for students of high academic standing.
Languages: English.
Applications: (a) to (d) by 1 March for scholarship consideration, by 1 May for international students; (d) by 15 March; to the Admissions Officer.


St Thomas University (STU)


Fredericton, New Brunswick
 
Tel: +1-506-452-0352
Fax: +1-506-452-0617
E-Mail: admissions@stu.ca
Web: www.stthomasu.ca/prospective/international

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain anthropology, applied arts, biology, chemistry, criminology, cultural studies, economic and commercial sciences, education, gerontology, history, journalism, languages, liberal arts, mathematics, philosophy
Programmes: Bachelor's degrees in arts, social work, education, criminology, journalism, and gerontology.
Duration: 4 years; courses begin in September and April.
Fees: tuition fees: C$7,040 (Arts).
Languages: English.
Applications: by 1 June for International students.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain anthropology, applied arts, biology, chemistry, criminology, cultural studies, economic and commercial sciences, education, gerontology, history, journalism, languages, liberal arts, mathematics, philosophy
Scholarships: University Scholarships.
Open to: students with excellent academic merit.
Value: from C$14,000 to C$27,000 depending on scholarship.
Applications: by 15 March to Admissions Office.


The University of Winnipeg


515 Portage Avenue
 
Tel: +1-204-786-7811
Fax: +1-204-786-8656
Web: www.uwinnipeg.ca

 Scholarship: Undergraduate Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Description: (a) Entrance Scholarship Programme (b) various scholarship programmes (see website for further information).
Open to: (a) nationals of all countries based on secondary school scholastic results.
Duration: (a) 1 year.
Value: (a) C$100-$4,500; (b) research grants.
Applications: before 1 March for the following academic year in September. Contact Director of Awards and Financial Aid, at the above address.


Trent University


1600 West Bank Drive Peterborough, Ontario K9J 7B8
 
Tel: +1 705 748 1067
Fax: +1 705 748 1626
E-Mail: lherrick@trentu.ca
Web: www.trentu.ca


Trent University


1600 West Bank Drive
 
Tel: +1-705-748-1011
Fax: +1-705-748-1246
E-Mail: tip@trentu.ca
Web: www.trentu.ca/tip

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, all major fields, administration, anthropology, arts, astronomy, biochemistry, biology, business administration, business administration, chemistry, classical studies, computer science, criminology, cultural studies, development studies, ecology, environment, economy, education, English, finance, French, geography, German, history, international studies, languages, Latin, liberal arts, linguistics, literature and civilization, management of human resources, mathematics, medicine, natural sciences, philosophy, physics, political economy, political science, psychology, sciences, sciences, social sciences, sociology, teacher education, women's studies
Programmes: liberal arts, sciences, social sciences, business, forensics, nursing, education.
Description: Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Description: Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Subjects: also diplomas in Canadian studies, Indigenous environmental studies, Native studies, and Native management and Economic development.
Open to: students of all nationalities fulfilling the necessary entry requirements; students whose first language is not English must provide evidence of competence in this language (TOEFL score of 550); student counselling and placement services available.
Open to: students fulfilling the necessary entry requirements; students whose first language is not English must provide evidence of competence in this language.
 
Nationality: open to all nationalities
 
Academic requirements: a minimum average 70% (some programmes require a higher average), plus evidence of English proficiency (i.e. TOEFL 580). Detailed information about admission requirements can be found on www.trentu.ca/tip (under 'Applying to Trent').
 
Age limit Min: no age limit.
Duration: diplomas: 1 to 2 years; Bachelor's: 3 to 4 years; Master's: 2 to 3 years; Ph.D.: 3 to 5 years.
Duration: diplomas: 1 to 2 years; Bachelor's: 3 to 4 years; Master's: 2 to 3 years; Ph.D: 3 to 5 years.
Fees: undergraduate tuition: C$10,936; single room residence: C$7,233.
Fees: undergraduate tuition and ancillary fees: C$12,500; single room in residence: C$7,500; health insurance: C$530.
Financial assistance: full and partial scholarships and awards to qualified international students for undergraduate degree studies.
Languages: English.
Languages: English.
Applications: undergraduate: by 1 March, to Ontario Universities Application Centre, 170 Research Lane, Guelph, Ontario N1G 5E2; international students may also apply directly.
Applications: undergraduate: June 1 of each year (direct to Trent University via www.trentu.ca/tip, under 'Applying to Trent' or through OUAC via www.ouac.on.ca); graduate: February 1 (visit www.trentu.ca/graduate for detailed information) .
Handicapped: Special Needs office serves students with learning and physical disabilities.

 Scholarship: Undergraduate Scholarship Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Trent International Global Citizen Scholarships and Awards; Trent-United World College Scholarships
Description: some scholarships available to entry level students with high standards; bursaries available in January; in-course scholarships for high achievement.
Description: Trent International Programme offers a limited number of highly competitive renewable Full and Tuition scholarships as well as International Awards to students eligible for admission to an undergraduate degree programme at Trent, and who are not citizens or permanent residents of Canada. These scholarships and awards are tenable for up to four years of an Honours degree and are available for students entering the University in September.
Subjects: open to students wishing to pursue any undergraduate degree programme.
Open to: candidates demonstrating high academic achievement, leadership skills, an excellent record of extra-curricular activities as well as financial need.
 
Nationality: to all nationalities.
 
Age limit Min: preference is given to high school graduates.
 
Age limit Max: preference is given to high school graduates
 
Academic requirements: high academic achievement (a minimum 80% would be required to compete for Full and Tuition scholarships).
 
Other conditions: Trent-United World College (UWC) scholarships are open to UWC graduates.
Place of study: Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
Duration: 4 years, renewable.
Value: Full scholarships: up to C$22,000 (covers tuition, room and board, other expenses depending on need); Tuition: up to C$13,000 (covers tuition); International Awards: up to C$3,000.
Languages: English.
Applications: see website.
Applications: Deadline: Trent Global Citizen Scholarships: 1 March of each year; see www.trentu.ca/tip (under "Choosing Trent") for application procedures as well as to download an application form; Trent-United World College scholarships: 15 February of each year; for more information and application procedures, contact your home UWC.


Université de Moncton


165, avenue Massey Centre universitaire de Moncton
 
Tel: +1-506-858-4113
Fax: +1-506-958-4544
E-Mail: recteur@umoncton.ca
Web: www.umoncton.ca

 Course: Programmes d'études du 1er, 2e, 3e cycles
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales
Programmes: (a) programme conduisant au Baccalauréat dans les disciplines suivantes: éducation, éducation physique, loisirs, service social, psychologie, sciences sociales, sciences infirmières, arts, musique, arts visuels, traduction, art dramatique, administration des affaires, sciences et informatique appliquée, droit, génie industriel, civil, électrique et mécanique, sciences forestières, nutrition et études familiales; (b) diplômes en techniques administratives, génie général, sciences de la santé, études en sciences agronomiques, techniques de bureau; (c) programme de Maîtrise en administration des affaires, administration publique, français, histoire, philosophie; sciences (nutrition et études familiales), sciences de l'éducation, sciences et génie, et sciences sociales, services sociaux; (d) programme d'éducation permanente conduisant aux Baccalauréats, Certificats et diplômes de Maîtrise dans certaines disciplines; (e) Programme de doctorat en études françaises.
A l'intention de: ressortissants de tout pays, titulaires d'un certificat d'études secondaires ou diplôme équivalent.
Organisés: aux campus de Moncton, Edmundston et Shippagan, Nouveau Brunswick.
Durée: (a) de 4 à 5 ans selon le domaine ; (b) de 2 à 3 ans ; (c) de 1 à 2 ans (1½ an à temps partiel pour la maîtrise en philosophie) ; (e) 3 sessions de résidence ; 7 ans pour le dépôt de la thèse.
Frais: variables voir site web pour plus d'informations.
Assistance financière: quelques bourses disponibles après des études d'au moins une année (Baccalauréat) ou quatre mois (Maîtrise) à l'Université de Moncton.
Connaissances linguistiques: l'enseignement est donné en français.
Inscriptions: avant le 1er février, au Service de l'admission du Centre universitaire à l'adresse ci-dessus.

 Bourse: Bourse
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales
Bourses: Bourse d'étude de recrutement international.
A l'intention de: étudiants canadiens et étrangers.
Durée: une année non renouvelable.
Valeur: C$1.000 par année.
Candidatures: avant le 1er avril, adressée au Registrariat de l'université (coordonnées ci dessus); pour informations, contacter le service des bourses et de l'aide financière de l'université, tel: +1 506 856 3231 ou +1 506 858 4492, email: aidefin@umoncton.ca.


Université de Montréal


CP 6128, succursale Centre ville
 
Tel: +1-514-343-6426
Fax: +1-514-343-2252
E-Mail: fes-admission@fes.umontreal.ca
Web: www.umontreal.ca

 Course: Programmes de cours allant du 2e au 3e cycles
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales
Programmes: Microprogramme, Diplôme, Maîtrise, DESS, Doctorat, en fonction des filières.
Description: l'université de Montréal comprend différentes facultés et départements ainsi que l'École des hautes études commerciales (HEC; http://www.hec.ca) et l'École polytechnique (http://www.polymtl.ca).
A l'intention de: pour l'inscription en 2e cycle: titulaires d'un Baccalauréat d'une université canadienne (ou équivalent); pour l'inscription en 3e cycle: titulaires d'une Maîtrise (ou équivalent).
Assistance financière: possibilité d'obtention de bourses gouvernementales dans le cadre d'une Maîtrise ou d'un Doctorat; renseignements auprès de Andrée Maniette, adjointe au doyen; tel: +1 514 343 7125; fax: +1 514 343 2252; email: fes-exoner@fes.umontreal.ca.
Connaissances linguistiques: français.
Inscriptions: avant le 1er février pour les trimestres d'été et d'automne, avant le 1er novembre pour les trimestres d'hiver; les formulaires de demande d'admission peuvent être remplis en ligne ou obtenus au format PDF (http://www.umontreal.ca) ou demandés au Registrariat des facultés, départements ou écoles de l'université de Montréal.


Université du Québec


2875, boulevard Laurier
 
Tel: +1-418-657-4349
Fax: +1-418-657-2132
Tlx: 051 31623
Web: www.uqam.ca

 Course: Programme d'études du 1er, 2e et 3e cycles
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales, administration, arts, hygiène et santé, lettres, sciences, sciences humaines
Programmes: Programme de cours préparant aux diplômes universitaires du : (a) 1er cycle dans les domaines de la santé, des sciences pures et appliquées, sciences humaines, arts et lettres, sciences de l'administration ; (b) 2e cycle (Maîtrise) : droit social et du travail, intervention et travail social, sécurité et hygiène industrielle, kinanthropologie, sexologie, sciences comptables, arts (dramatique, plastique), danse, loisirs, culture et tourisme, développement régional, éducation spécialisée, éthique, études régionales, géographie, gestion (des entreprises, des organisations, des ressources maritimes, gestion et planification du tourisme), informatique de gestion, électronique industrielle, médecine expérimentale génétique, microbiologie appliquée, muséologie, ressources renouvelables, sciences de l'activité physique, sciences de l'atmosphère, sciences expérimentales de la santé, sciences politiques ; (c) Doctorat : administration, biophysique, communication, économie, éducation, études en pratiques des arts, études littéraires, études québécoises, études urbaines, génie électrique, génie papetier, histoire, ingénierie, linguistique, mathématiques, océanographie, philosophie, psychologie, ressources minérales, sciences politiques, sciences de la terre, sciences de l'eau, sciences de l'énergie et des matériaux, sciences de l'environnement, sciences des religions, sémiologie, télécommunications, théologie, virologie et immunologie ; (d) Diplômes d'études avancées et certificats dans les différentes disciplines offertes par l'université.
A l'intention de: ressortissants de tout pays, titulaires : (a) du Baccalauréat québécois ou équivalent ; (c) d'une Maîtrise québécoise ou équivalent.
Organisés: dans les différents campus de l'université : Chicoutimi, Hull, Montréal, Rimouski, Rouyn-Noranda, Trois-Rivières, Sainte-Foy et Laval, dans la province de Québec.
Durée: (a) 18 mois à 2 ans ; (c) 3 ans ; (d) 1 an (sessions débutant en mai, septembre et janvier).
Frais: variable voir site web pour de plus amples informations.
Assistance financière: des bourses peuvent être octroyées sous certaines conditions ; s'adresser, pour de plus amples renseignements, au Ministère de l'éducation nationale ou aux Missions canadiennes du pays du candidat.
Inscriptions: avant le 1er mars et le 1er novembre ; au Bureau du registraire de l'un des campus de l'Université ; voir site web pour les adresses.


Université du Quebec à Rimouski (UQAR)


300 Allée des Ursulines CP 3300
 
Tel: +1-418-723-1986
Fax: +1-418-724-1525
E-Mail: uqar@uqar.qc.ca
Web: www.uqar.qc.ca

 Course: 1er, 2e et 3e cycles
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales
Programmes: programme de cours allant du 1er au 3e cycles dans les disciplines concernées.
A l'intention de: admission en 1er cycle: titulaires d'un diplôme d’études collégiales (correspondant à treize ans de scolarité) ou équivalent; admission en 2e cycle: titulaires du baccalauréat québécois (correspondant à seize ans de scolarité) ou équivalent; admission en 3e cycle: titulaires d'un diplôme de maîtrise ou équivalent, soit le Diplôme d’études approfondies (DEA) en France ou le Master’s degree au Royaume-Uni et aux États-Unis. Le candidat étranger doit d’abord obtenir une réponse positive à sa demande d’admission à un programme offert par l’Université du Québec à Rimouski; avec cette réponse positive, il doit soumettre sa demande pour l’obtention d’un Certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ) à un représentant d'Immigration-Québec; renseignements sur le site: htp://www.immq.gouv.qc.ca.
Frais: droits de scolarité, 1er cycle: C$9.200 par an, 2e cycle: C$8.300 par an, 3e cycle: C$7.500 par an; frais de séjour: environ C$11.000 par an.
Assistance financière: quelques bourses d’excellence de 2e et de 3e cycles sont accessibles sur concours aux étudiants de toutes nationalités (voir site web).
Connaissances linguistiques: test en français pour les étudiants étrangers non francophones.
Inscriptions: les demandes d'admission peuvent se faire sur le site web de l'université ou bien auprès du Service de l'admission, Bureau du registraire université du Québec à Rimouski, 300 allée des Ursulines, C.P. 3300 Rimouski (Québec) G5L 3A1; pour information; tél: +1 418 723 1986 poste 1378; fax: +1 418 724 1525; email: admission@uqar.qc.ca.

 Bourse: Bourse
 
  
Domaines d'étude arts, écologie, environnement, éducation, gestion, ingénierie, sciences sociales
Domaines d'études: Arts; gestion des affaires; education; ingéniérie; sciences sociales; transport maritime; études environmentales.
Valeur: C$1.000 à $20.000 suivant programmes d'études.
Candidatures: Pour plus d'information, veuillez contacter renaud_thibeault@uqar.qc.ca.


Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)


Case postale 8888 succursale centre ville
 
Tel: +1-514-987-3000/3132
Fax: +1-514-987-8932
E-Mail: admissions@uqam.ca
Web: www.uqam.ca

 Course: Programmes de cours du 1er, 2e et 3e cycles
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales, arts, droit, éducation, gestion, langues, lettres, sciences, sciences humaines, sciences politiques
Programmes: (a) 1er cycle : programme court, certificat, baccalauréat, combinaison majeure/mineure, baccalauréat par cumul de certificats; (b) 2e et 3e cycles : programme court, diplôme d'études supérieures spécialisées (DESS), maîtrise, doctorat.
A l'intention de: candidats titulaires d'un diplôme approprié obtenu après au moins treize années de scolarité ou l'équivalent. Les conditions d'admission varient en fonction des programmes (examen, entretien, recommandation, dossier). Consultez le site www.regis.uqam.ca
Frais: de C$1.363 à C$11.040 en fonction des filières, des cycles d'études et de la nationalité des étudiants.
Assistance financière: se renseigner à l'adresse ci-dessus.
Connaissances linguistiques: test de français pour les étudiants étrangers non francophones.
Inscriptions: avant le 15 février pour une admission en septembre et avant le 15 octobre pour une admission en janvier; les formulaires de demandes d'admission peuvent être obtenus auprès du Registrariat de l'Université, Service de l'admission UQAM Case postale 6190, succursale Centre-ville Montréal (Québec) H3C 4N6; tél: +1-514-987-3132 ou sur le site de l'université: www.uqam.ca.


Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR)


300 Allée des Ursulines CP 3300 Rimouski, Québec G5L 3A1
 
Tel: +1 418 723 1986
Fax: +1 418 724 1525
E-Mail: admission@uqar.qc.ca
Web: www.uqar.qc.ca


Université du Québec, Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS)


490 de la Couronne
 
Tel: +1-418-654-2500
Fax: +1-418-654-2525
Web: www.inrs.uquebec.ca

 Bourse: Bourse de 2e et 3e cycles
 
  
Domaines d'étude biochimie, biologie, biophysique, hydrologie, hygiène et santé, immunologie, littérature et civilisation, médecine, microbiologie, physique, sciences de la terre, sciences sociales, techniques de laboratoires, urbanisme
Valeur: C$4,000 par semestre pour les programmes de 2e cycle; C$4,666 par semestre pour les programmes de 3e cycle (PhD).
Candidatures: à contacter le Registrar, 490 de la Couronne, Québec (Québec), Canada G1K 9A9.


Université Laval


Cabinet du Recteur, Bureau 1656 Pavillon des Sciences de l'Éducation
 
Tel: +1-418-656-2272
Fax: +1-418-656-7917
E-Mail: info@vrdri.ulaval.ca
Web: www.ulaval.ca

 Course: Programme de cours du 1er, 2e et 3e cycle
 
  
Domaines d'étude toutes disciplines principales
Description: 17 facultés offrant 389 programmes, dont plus de la moitié au premier cycle; plusieurs programmes d'études conduisant à la maîtrise ou doctorat, axés sur la recherche ou orientés vers la pratique professionnelle. Pour plus d'information : www.bip.ulaval.ca (info@vrdri.ulaval.ca).
A l'intention de: ressortissants de tous pays.
 
Qualifications requises: un baccalauréat d'une université canadienne (ou équivalent) pour les études en 2e cycle; une maîtrise (ou équivalent) pour les études en 3e cycle.
Assistance financière: pour renseignements : www.bbaf.ulaval.ca
Connaissances linguistiques: français.
Inscriptions: au 1er cycle : avant le 1er février pour les sessions d'été, avant le 1er mars pour les sessions d'automne et avant le 1er septembre pour les sessions d'hiver; aux 2e et 3e cycles : avant le 1er février pour les sessions d'été et d'automne et avant le 1er septembre pour les sessions d'hiver. Les formulaires de demande d'admission peuvent être remplis en ligne ou obtenus au format PDF (http://www.bip.ulaval.ca) ou demandés au Bureau du registraire (www.reg.ulaval.ca/admission).


Saint Paul University


223 Main Street
 
Tel: +1-613-236-1393/2838
Fax: +1-613-782-3033
Web: www.ustpaul.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes / Religion
 
  
Study Domain canon law, communication, philosophy, theology, religion
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in canon law, philosophy, theology, Christian studies; (b) Master's degrees in mission studies, pastoral studies, canon law, theology, religious education; (c) doctoral degrees in philosophy (canon law, theology); (d) certificate of university studies in social communications, missiology, theology, religious education.
Open to: qualified candidates of all nationalities.
Duration: from 2 to 6 trimesters depending on the course. (Courses begin in September, January, May or July.)
Fees: approximately C$4,000 per term (for foreign students).
Financial assistance: limited number of scholarships available.
Languages: Instruction in English and French.
Applications: by 15 August, 15 December or 15 June, to the Admissions Office, at the above address.


Université Saint-Paul


223, rue Main
 
Tel: +1-613-236-1393/2838
Fax: +1-613-782-3033
Web: www.ustpaul.ca

 Course: Programmes d'étude du 1er, 2e et 3e cycles
 
  
Domaines d'étude communication, droit canon, philosophie, théologie, religion
Programmes: (a) « Baccalauréat » (Bachelor's degree) en études chrétiennes, philosophie, théologie, «Eastern Christian Studies», «Anglican Studies» ; (b) Maîtrise ès arts en sciences de la mission, sciences pastorales, droit canonique, théologie, éducation religieuse ; (c) Doctorats en philosophie, droit canonique, théologie ; (d) Certificats d'études universitaires en communication sociale, animation, sciences de la mission, théologie, éducation religieuse, «Catholic Health Care Leadership», «Eastern Christian Studies».
A l'intention de: candidats qualifiés de tout pays.
Durée: de 2 à 6 trimestres selon le programme choisi (débutant en septembre, janvier, mai ou juillet).
Frais: environ C$4.000 par session pour les étudiants étrangers.
Assistance financière: nombre limité de bourses.
Connaissances linguistiques: l'enseignement est donné en anglais et en français.
Inscriptions: avant le 15 août, le 15 décembre ou le 15 juin ; au Bureau des admissions, à l'adresse ci-dessus.


Université Sainte-Anne


Pointe-de-l'Eglise
 
Tel: +1-902-769-2114
Fax: +1-902-769-2930
E-Mail: admission@ustanne.ednet.ns.ca
Web: www.ustanne.ednet.ns.ca

 Course: Programme d'études de 1er cycle
 
  
Domaines d'étude administration des affaires, affaires, arts, développement communautaire, économie, éducation, français, sciences
Programmes: (a) Baccalauréats ès arts, et en administration des affaires; (b) Diplôme en administration; (c) Deux premières années du Baccalauréat ès sciences; (d) Baccalauréat en éducation; (e) session d'immersion française.
A l'intention de: ressortissants de tout pays, titulaires d'un certificat d'études secondaires ou diplôme équivalent ; français exigé (possibilité de cours intensifs préparatoires).
Durée: Durée : (a) 3 à 4 ans ; (b) 2 ans ; (c) 5 semaines ou sessions de 100 jours ; de septembre à avril.
Frais: variable; voir site web.
Connaissances linguistiques: enseignement en français.
Inscriptions: au Bureau des admissions, à l'adresse ci-dessus.


University of Alberta (U of A)


201 Administration Building
 
Tel: +1-780-492-2692
Fax: +1-780-492-1134
E-Mail: international@ualberta.ca
Web: www.international.ualberta.ca/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Financial assistance: possibility of research and teaching assistantships for graduate students.
Languages: English.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) University of Alberta United World College Scholarship; (b) Registrar's International Student Scholarship; (c) University of Alberta Sweden America Foundation Scholarship; (d) Academic Excellence.
Description: graduate studies award.
Open to: (a) Must be studying in Canada on permit; (b) Must be studying in Canada on permit; (c) Swedish citizens studying in Canada; (d) All candidates.
Duration: (a) 4 years, renewable; (b) 1 year, non-renewable; (c) 1 year, non-renewable; (d) 1 year, non-renewable.
Value: (a) C$80,000 covering all expenses; (b) C$2,000 to 7,000; (c) 5 awards at C$4,000 each; (d) C$1000 to 5,000
Applications: (a) 1 December; email: melissa.casey@ualberta.ca; (b) 1 May, automatically considered with application for admission; email: melissa.casey@ualberta.ca; (c) Students must apply through Sweden America Foundation in Stockholm, Sweden; by 1 March; must be on student study permit to qualify; email: melissa.casey@ualberta.ca; (d) Must submit application and transcript, see website; email: melissa.casey@ualberta.ca.


University of Alberta, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research


105 Administration Building Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2M7
 
Tel: +1 780 492 3499
Fax: +1 780 492 2816
E-Mail: international@ualberta.ca
Web: www.ualberta.ca/gradstudies


University of British Columbia (UBC)


2329 West Mall
 
Tel: +1-604-822-3014
Fax: +1-604-822-5055
E-Mail: international.reception@ubc.ca
Web: students.ubc.ca/international/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Open to: all eligible candidates; no quota system at the graduate level; recognized Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) with first class average; proficiency in English required.
Duration: Master's degree, 2 years; Ph.D., minimum of 3 years; courses begin in September or January.
Fees: see website for tuition and other fees.
Financial assistance: merit-based.
Languages: English.
Applications: variable deadlines; confirm with the relevant department.

 Scholarship: Fellowships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: University Graduate Fellowships in all major fields.
Open to: candidates from all countries accepted into graduate studies; fellowships are competitive and successful applicants normally have first-class standing.
Duration: 1 year (renewable for a second year subject to maintenance of adequate standing, number of renewals appropriate to the circumstances).
Value: partial fellowships (not renewable); full fellowships.
Languages: English.
Applications: contact the Administrator at the above address for additional information.


University of Guelph


50 Stone Road East
 
Tel: +1-519-824-4120
Fax: +1-519-767-1693
Web: www.uoguelph.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, ecology, environment, geography, natural resources
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields; especially environmental Sciences: earth and atmosphere science, ecology, environmental analysis, environmental protection, geography, natural resources management, resource and environmental economics and policy environment.
Open to: nationals of any country.
Duration: 4 years.
Financial assistance: some scholarships available for graduate students.
Applications: by 1 August, to the above address for further information.

 Scholarship: Graduate Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) graduate teaching and graduate service assistantships for postgraduate study; (b) university graduate visa student scholarships; (c) Scholarships, fellowships and other awards.
Subjects: (a) and (b) unrestricted; (c) postgraduate study in agricultural and veterinary sciences, arts, biological science, social sciences and physical sciences.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities who are: (a) graduates of a recognized university or college; (b) eligible for graduate study, with first-class academic record and nominations by academic department; (c) graduates of a recognized university or college with a first-class average in previous study; proficiency in English required.
Duration: (a) and (c) 1 year (renewable); (b) 2 to 3 years.
Value: variable.
Applications: to the above address for further information.


University of New Brunswick, Fredericton Campus


PO Box 44000
 
Tel: +1-506-453-4865
Fax: +1-506-453-5016
Tlx: 014 46 202
E-Mail: qc2@unb.ca
Web: www.unb.ca/prospective/international/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in business administration, arts, computer science, data analysis, education, engineering, forestry, law, nursing, physical education and recreation, science, office management and forest engineering; (b) Master's degrees in arts, business administration, computer science, education, engineering, forestry, physical education and recreation, science and public administration; (c) Doctoral degrees in arts, computer science, engineering, forestry and science; (d) Diploma courses in engineering (land information management); (e) Certificate in administration (business or public); (f) Special programmes in fields such as Atlantic studies, bio-psychology, linguistics, theatre production and language certification as well as Year Abroad programmes in certain disciplines; (g) Extension programmes.
Open to: (a), (e), (f), and (g) candidates having successfully completed secondary studies, (for Bachelor of Law, previous Bachelor's degree required); (b) and (c) candidates with honours Bachelor's degree with cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 or equivalent; (d) candidates with undergraduate degree in related field of study such as engineering or surveying engineering, geography, computer science, urban and regional planning, agriculture and forestry; students whose mother tongue is not English must present proof of English proficiency; candidates over 20 years of age who do not meet normal entrance requirements but have been in the work force for at least two years prior to application may be considered on a mature student basis.
Duration: (a) and (f) normally 4 years; post-graduate Bachelor of education degree, 1½ to 2 years; Bachelor of science, engineering and forest engineering, forestry, 5 years; Bachelor of laws, 3 years; (b) 1 to 2 years; (c) 2 to 3 years; (d) and (e) 1 year; (g) variable.
Fees: see website for details.
Financial assistance: some entrance and undergraduate scholarships, loans, research grants and university fellowships available.
Applications: (a), (e), (f) and (g) by 31 March, to Registrar's Office; (b), (c) and (d) by 1 March, to the Graduate School.


University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC)


3333 University Way Prince George
 
Tel: +1-250-960-5555
Fax: +1-250-960-5794
E-Mail: internat@unbc.ca
Web: www.unbc.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, anthropology, arts, biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economy, education, finance, forestry, geography, geology, health and hygiene, history, international business, international studies, languages, liberal arts, marketing, natural resources, nursing, physics, political science, psychology, sciences, social work, tourism, hotel and catering management
Programmes: certificates, Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Subjects: certificates in Aboriginal Comm. Resource Planning; First Nations Language; First Nations Public Administration; Metis Studies; Nisga'a Studies; Public Administration; Rural and Northern Nursing; Traditional Environmental knowledge.
Fees: tuition fees: C$253 per credit hour; living costs: C$8,000 to C$10,000.
Financial assistance: not available.
Languages: English.
Applications: deadline to apply for Fall term: 1 April; deadline for Winter term: 3 January.


University of Ottawa, School of Graduate Studies and Research


Case postale 450 550 rue Cumberland, Succursale A
 
Tel: +1-613-562-5800
Fax: +1-613-562-5103
Tlx: 053 3338
E-Mail: eureka@uottawa.ca
Web: www.uottawa.ca/international/students/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, nursing, political science, Russian, speech therapy
Programmes: degree programmes at all levels and in all major fields especially: (a) Master of Science in Nursing programme; (b) collaborative Master's programme in women's studies; (c) Master of Arts in Russian language and literature; (d) Doctorate of Philosophy in Russian language and literature; (e) collaborative Ph.D. programme in Canadian studies.
Duration: 4 years for Master's degree; 6 years for Ph.D.
Fees: foreign student tuition: approximately C$15,000.
Financial assistance: scholarships, loans and teaching assistantships available; waiver of foreign student differential in some cases.
Languages: instruction in English and French.
Applications: by 1 February, at the above address.


University of Regina


AH 431, 3737 Wascana Parkway
 
Tel: +1-306-585-4161
Fax: +1-306-585-4893
E-Mail: grad.studies@uregina.ca
Web: www.uregina.ca/gradstudies/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Fees: see website at: http://www.uregina.ca.
Languages: English.
Applications: to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research.

 Scholarship: Graduate Assistantships and Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain administration, cultural studies, education, engineering, fine arts, sciences, social sciences, social work
Scholarships: (a) Teaching Assistantships; (b) University Graduate Scholarships; (c) Research Assistantships - awarded in Spring/Summer only.
Subjects: administration, education, engineering, fine arts, humanities, health studies, interdisciplinary studies, science, social science, social work.
Open to: students of any country with high academic standing, who have been accepted into a graduate programme at the University of Regina as fully qualified Master's or Ph.D. degree candidates; teaching assistants may also apply for Summer scholarships.
Duration: up to 5 semesters for Master's degree; up to 9 semesters for Ph.D.
Value: (a) Doctoral level: C$4,519; Master's degree level: C$3,965; (b) Doctoral level: C$5,000; Master's degree level: C$4,500; (c) Doctoral level C$4,300; Master's degree level: C$3,800.
Applications: (a) (b) 28 February, 15 June, 15 October; (c) 28 February; to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at the above address.


University of Saskatchewan (UOS)


105 Administration Place
 
Tel: +1-306-966-4343
Fax: +1-306-966-8670
Tlx: 074 2659
E-Mail: registrar@usask.ca
Web: www.usask.ca/registrar

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance for graduate students.
Languages: English.
Applications: see website for further information.

 Scholarship: Graduate Scholarships and Teaching Fellowships
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, education, engineering, medicine, nursing, pharmacy and pharmacology, physical education, sciences, social sciences, veterinary medicine
Scholarships: (a) Graduate Scholarships; (b) Graduate Teaching Fellowships.
Subjects: humanities, social sciences, science, education, agriculture, engineering, pharmacy, medicine, veterinary medicine, nursing and physical education.
Open to: nationals of all countries who will have graduated or expect to graduate from an approved university with a four-year honours Baccalaureate or equivalent, or a Master's degree.
Duration: 1 academic year (renewable on application).
Value: (a) Ph.D., C$15,600; Master's degree, C$12,000; (b) C$11,267.
Applications: by 1 December, to the department in which the student plans to study.


University of Sudbury (UOS)


935, Ramsey Lake Road
 
Tel: +1-705-673-5661
Fax: +1-705-673-4912
E-Mail: registrar@usudbury.ca
Web: www.usudbury.ca

 Course: Undergraduate Programme
 
  
Study Domain cultural studies, philosophy, theology, religion
Programmes: general and honours Bachelor of Arts in philosophy, religious studies, native studies, French Canadian folklore.
Open to: qualified students of all nationalities; extension programmes for credit available.
Duration: 3 to 4 years.
Financial assistance: some financial awards available; federated with Laurentian University.
Languages: Instruction in English and French.
Applications: to the Laurentian University: luinternational@laurentian.ca


Université de Sudbury (UDS)


935 Chemin du Lac Ramsey
 
Tel: +1-705-673-5661
Fax: +1-705-673-4912
E-Mail: registrar@usudbury.ca
Web: www.usudbury.ca

 Course: Programme d'études de 1er cycle
 
  
Domaines d'étude études culturelles, philosophie, théologie, religion
Programmes: « Baccalauréat » ès arts, général et spécialisé en philosophie, sciences religieuses (cours en anglais et en français), étude des autochtones (cours en anglais) et folklore canadien français (cours en français).
A l'intention de: étudiants qualifiés, de toute nationalité; des programmes d'éducation permanente sont offerts pour l'obtention de crédits.
Durée: de 3 à 4 ans.
Assistance financière: quelques bourses sont offertes pour les personnes fédérées à l'Université Laurentienne.
Inscriptions: au Registraire à l'Université Laurentienne: luinternational@laurentian.ca


University of Toronto (U of T)


International Office
 
Tel: +1-416-978-2564
Fax: +1-416-978-4090
Web: www.utoronto.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Languages: English.
Applications: undergraduate admissions: ask@adm.utoronto.ca; also see: www.utoronto.ca/prospectivestudents.html; graduate admissions: graduate.information@utoronto.ca; also see: www.sgs.utoronto.ca.

 Scholarship: Financial aid
 
  
Study Domain arts, sciences
Duration: 1 year, non renewable.
Value: C$2,000.
Applications: by admission deadline to Registrar's, contact Sally Walker, +1 416 978-2460. Academic excellence required.


University of Toronto, School of Graduate Studies


63 Saint George Street
 
Tel: +1-416-978-2377
Fax: +1-416-978-4367
E-Mail: graduate.information@utoronto.ca
Web: www.sgs.utoronto.ca/prospective/international

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) University of Toronto Open Scholarships (approx. 2,500); (b) Connaught Scholarships (100).
Subjects: unrestricted, graduate study.
Open to: (a) and (b) nationals of all countries, with an excellent academic record and proficiency in English.
Duration: 1 academic year (renewable for a maximum of 3 years).
Value: (a) C$3,600-$10,000; (b) C$11,000 per year plus tuition fees.
Applications: (a) and (b) by 1 February, to the Chairman of the appropriate graduate department; see website for further information.


University of Waterloo (UOW)


200 University Avenue West
 
Tel: +1-519-888-4567
Fax: +1-519-725-9971
Tlx: 069 55259
E-Mail: dknight@waterloo.ca
Web: www.international.uwaterloo.ca/prospective.htm

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, anthropology, applied arts, applied sciences, architecture, arts, Asian studies, biochemistry, biology, botany, business, cancerology, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, classical studies, computer science, development studies, earth science, ecology, environment, economic and commercial sciences, economy, engineering, European studies, finance, fine arts, geography, geology, health and hygiene, history, human sciences, hydrology, industry and commerce, information science, international relations, international studies, languages, liberal arts, linguistics, literature and civilization, mathematics, mechanical engineering, microbiology, music and musicology, natural history, natural resources, natural sciences, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, recreation and leisure, sciences, social sciences, social work, sociology, statistics, tourism, hotel and catering management, trade, urbanism
Programmes: Bachelors, Masters, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of any country, fulfilling the necessary requirements.
Duration: variable according to the course; courses begin in September.
Fees: registration: C$50; tuition fees: C$4,567 per term.
Languages: English.

 Scholarship: Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships; Graduate Studies
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Description: varies by department; see website above.
Open to: (a) all entering students may be considered based on specific criteria for each award.
Duration: (a) 1-4 academic years.
Value: (a) C$500-$25,000.
Applications: undergraduate studies: www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/financing; graduate studies: www.grad.uwaterloo.ca/scholarships/aid.asp.; for more information www.askthewarrior.ca.


University of Western Ontario (UWO)


1151 Richmond Street
 
Tel: +1-519-661-3031
E-Mail: iss@sdc.uwo.ca
Web: www.uwo.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in all major fields; (b) Master's degrees; (c) doctoral degrees; (d) Diplomas/Certificates.
Open to: students of all nationalities fulfilling the necessary requirements; proof of English proficiency needed for non-English first language students; correspondence, evening and other undergraduate extension courses offered for credit; counselling and career placement services available; special arrangements and facilities open to handicapped students.
Duration: (a) and (c) 3 to 4 years; (b) 1 to 2 years (courses begin in Summer, Fall and Winter); (d) variable.
Applications: undergraduates: by 1 June (1 March is the latest date applications will be sent to those applying from out-of-country); graduates: variable (students should contact the department approximately 8 to 9 months prior to anticipated starting date); to the Registrar.


University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Information and Media Studies (UWO/FIMS)


North Campus Building, Room 240
 
Tel: +1-519-661-3542
Fax: +1-519-661-3506
Web: www.fims.uwo.ca

 Course: Graduate Degree Programme
 
  
Study Domain audio-visual media, information science, journalism, library science
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's and PhD programmes in journalism and information and media studies.
Open to: candidates with a 4-year honours degree from a Canadian university or equivalent; TOEFL score of 640 for applicants whose first language is not English.
Duration: 12 months; courses begin in May.
Languages: instruction in English.
Applications: by 15 October, to the Dean for further information.


Wilfrid Laurier University (WLU)


75 University Avenue
 
Tel: +1-519-884-0710
E-Mail: liaison@wlu.ca
Web: www.wlu.ca

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain biology, chemistry, computer science, marketing, mathematics, physics, political science, psychology, social work, sociology
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in biology; chemistry; computer science; physics; mathematics; also short-term study in non-degree programmes, distance education and Summer courses.
Duration: 3 or 4 years; Summer courses also available.
Financial assistance: no financial assistance available.
Languages: English.
Applications: September, January and May.


York University (YorkU)


4700 Keele Street
 
Tel: +1-416-736-2100
Fax: +1-416-736-5700
E-Mail: president@yorku.ca
Web: www.yorku.ca

 Scholarship: International Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) Global Leader of Tomorrow; (b) York University offers over 550 awards and scholarships available to international students. Check the Awards Web Search at www.yorku.ca/osfs for other York University scholarships.
Open to: (a) International high school students with outstanding scholastic record nominated by their high school.
Duration: 4 academic years.
Value: (a) full tuition (C$10,500 in academic year 2004-5).
Applications: (a) applications should be received by 1 April to Global Leadership Committee Office of Admission, York University at the above address; (b) Admissions Office, Student Services Centre, York University at the above address. Consult website www.yorku.ca/osfs for further information.