For more information on tuition costs, please contact the Registrar's Office.
There are various ways that a student can receive financial support. Sttudents can apply for awards, bursaries, scholarships, Ontario Scholarship Assistance Program, Graduate Assistantship (GA) and Work-Study positions at the University of Toronto.
Awards, Bursaries, and Scholarships
For more information on awards, bursaries and scholarships that are available to the Master of Teaching students, please visit the Student Services for more information
Ontario Scholarship Assistance Program (OSAP)
The Ontario Scholarship Assistance Program offers financial aid from the provincial government. OSAP is usually restricted to students who are Canadian citizens, a Permanent Resident of Canada, or a Protected Person. There are other eligibility requirements that must be met. Please visit the OSAP or Student Services website for more information.
International students are ineligible to apply and can apply for other financial assistance such as a bursary or emergency funding. Please visit the Student Services for more information.
Graduate Assistantship (GA)
A Graduate Assistantship allows a student to work with a professor of his/her research. All MT students (current and forthcoming students) are eligible to apply for a GA. All MT students can hold a GA for one year and must re-apply for the second year. Graduate assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis and based on the amount of research-based and work experience that is required for each department. For the criteria and the application, please visit the Student Services on the 5th floor of the OISE/UT Building for more information
Please note that current and forthcoming students who apply for an academic year-long assistantship (September - April) must submit their application on December 1st of each year.
Students wishing to apply for a summer GA must check Student Services for deadline dates and the application.
Research and Development Graduate Assistants (R&D GA)
These positions are similar to a GA. Instead of submitting an application form, students must submit a letter and a brief curriculum vitae. Please note that eligibility criteria are different for each position. Postings can be found in May, September and/or September around departments.
Work-Study positions are offered around the University of Toronto and are restricted to full-time students who receive OSAP. Please visit the U of T Career Centre on the corner of St. George and College. Apply early as these positions go quickly.
There are various jobs around the St. George Campus that can help to pay for your tuition fees. Please visit theU of T Career Centre for more information on how to apply and job requirements.