When you leave Laurier, you will be an expert in your field – use that advanced knowledge to make a real difference. No matter which of our graduate programs you enter, Laurier will prepare you to be a leader in both your field and community. The Laurier experience is about more than research and scholarship – it’s about becoming an engaged citizen and applying your advanced knowledge to real-world problems.
Thinking about funding your education can be stressful. Before you apply to grad school, take a look at some of the external scholarship opportunities you may be eligible for. This money could go a long way in funding your graduate education and reducing your stress so you can better focus on learning.
Laurier-based citizen science project tracking threatened birds on farmland
Laurier graduate student finds insights in study about gay-straight male friendships
Laurier student’s award-winning research suggests startups’ websites could inadvertently give men career advantages
Laurier graduate student and postdoctoral fellow win prestigious Vanier Scholarship and Banting Fellowship
Laurier graduate student helping Northern First Nation monitor pollution and climatic changes
Laurier graduate students contribute to new anthology on Canadian foreign policy
Master’s program to train students about the relationships between religion, culture, and global justice
Laurier graduate student Tunchai Redvers launches campaign for Indigenous youth
Laurier postdoctoral fellow awarded prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship
Laurier graduate student encourages mindfulness for healthy eating choices
Laurier graduate explores group dynamics in team sports
Laurier graduate students recognized for northern research
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