Masters Student Annual Tuition Fees (2012-2013)
Full-time Studies (Schedule A)
- Canadian & Canadian Permanent Resident: $4,349.16
- International: $7,640.70 (Please see details about the International Tuition award at the following link: http://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/international-tuition-award
In addition, there are student-levied fees. Fees are due in three equal installments (September, January, May). The university reserves the right to change fees without notice. Please check the following link: http://www.grad.ubc.ca/prospective-students/tuition-fees-cost-living/graduate-student-fees for up-to-date fee information
Cost of Living
The following link has information on the cost of living in the Vancouver area.
School of Community & Regional Planning Scholarships
Four scholarships totaling $1,000 each are awarded to students entering the second year of their Master’s degree at SCARP and are awarded for academic excellence. The Scholarships were established in 1990 from interest received on major grants the School received in the 1960’s from the Richard King Mellon Charitable Trust Grant and the Donor Canadian Foundation Grant.
American Institute of Certified Planners Prize
H. Peter Oberlander Medal and Prize
Real Estate Foundation Award in
Community and Regional Planning
Aboriginal Graduate Fellowship
Fellowship deadline – Monday, January 21, 2013 to SCARP, #433 – 6333 Memorial Road, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z2, Canada
of British Columbia offers multi-year fellowships to Master’s and doctoral
Aboriginal students. Award winners are selected on the basis of academic merit
through an annual competition, administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies
in consultation with the First Nations House of Learning. Approximately a dozen
new fellowships are offered each year.
Each fellowship provides a stipend of $16,000 per year plus tuition. Applicants for Master`s funding will receive fellowship funding until the end of their second year of Master’s studies; applicants for doctoral funding will receive fellowship funding until the end of their fourth year of PhD; in all cases, continued fellowship support is conditional on satisfactory academic progress. Recipients of Master’s fellowship funding must re-apply to be considered for doctoral funding
Faculty of Graduate Studies Affiliated Fellowships
The Faculty of Graduate Studies offers approximately 220 Affiliated Fellowships each year to meritorious students for full-time study and/or research leading to a graduate degree. Awards are made on the basis of academic excellence, and are open to currently registered, full-time UBC graduate students regardless of citizenship or visa status. Fellowship values range from $300 to $27,500, but most are in the range of $16,000-$17,000.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) provides research funding for Canadian graduate students in the social sciences and humanities. For applicants to SCARP please submit an application through your current university or directly to SSHRC before you are admitted to SCARP. The SSHRC website will explain the application process and deadlines. Do not apply directly to SCARP.
International students are eligible for an International Partial Tuition Scholarship of up to $3,338.08 which is applied to assist with their tuition fees if they are registered full-time in master's programs.
Cromie-Dix Memorial Bursary
Rose Richmond Bursary
University Women's Club of Vancouver
Mary Kelly Memorial Bursary
Ira M. Robinson Bursary in Community
and Regional Planning
Work-Study Program UBC Work Study is an employment program that provides domestic students with the opportunity to work on campus in a variety of jobs and earn additional income to help finance their education. Students can work a maximum of 10 hours/week and earn up to $3,000 for the Winter Session (September - April). Please read the eligibility information carefully and apply early! Program changes for 2007/08 No application form or student loan is necessary to be eligible for the program. Work Study is now open to all academic programs for domestic undergraduate students who are enrolled in at least 9 credits per term or domestic graduate students paying full-time tuition. The following link has additional information and the workstudy authorization form