All three universities in the Tri-University Graduate Program in History have adopted a guaranteed minimum stipend for qualified, domestic, doctoral admissions. The financial package offered by the Graduate Officer at the campus to which the student is admitted will normally consist of Graduate Teaching Assistantships, internal scholarships, and other funding. The level of support that a student can expect will be explained to the applicant at the point when the Tri-University Admissions Committee recommends their admission. More information on graduate funding can be found by clicking on the links below.
All applicants are expected to apply for outside funding, such as the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) or the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) doctoral fellowship, or other appropriate awards. In the past, our students have been very successful in winning these and other competitive awards. Winning such awards is also an important step in building a strong curriculum vitae.
Graduate funding by campus
For other funding information, consult with the university where you are registered:
- Wilfrid Laurier University funding information
- University of Guelph funding information
Conference travel funding
Tri-University students seeking travel funding to make conference presentations should contact Mary Lou Klassen for an application form and funding policies. Funding is subject to availability and submission of this form does not guarantee funding. Please submit the application at least two weeks prior to the conference date.