Laurier has a minimum funding policy to support full-time doctoral students who are Canadian or permanent residents to a minimum of $22,000 per year for the first four years of doctoral-level study. to a minimum of $22,000 per year for the first four years of doctoral-level study. Students are expected to apply for any financial awards for which they are eligible. Funding may come from a combination of sources (and can differ from student to student), such as Laurier scholarships, external scholarships and on-campus employment income from teaching or research assistantships.
Financial support for full-time PhD students (Canadian and permanent residents) is available from several sources, including:
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