PhD Student Funding

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Fall 2014 Full-Time Enrolment:-2

Average Time to Completion (years):-1

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Average Graduate Income for Domestic Students

Tuition and Fees:-1

Enrolment:* (see Notes)


 

Average Graduate Income for International Students​​

Tuition and Fees:-1

Enrolment:* (see Notes)

Notes​

Average Time to Completion:

  1. An asterisk (*) indicates where a time-to-completion (TTC) value cannot be displayed because there are fewer than five students included in the data (N<5​).
  2. The data capture an average TTC value for the past 3 years:
    • 201​4-15 includes students who convoc​ated in the November 2014, March 2015 and June 2015 convocations,
    • 2013-14 includes the November 2013, March 2014 and June 2014 convocations, and
    • 2012-13 includes the November 2012, March 2013 and June 2013 convocations.
  3. Time-to-completion calculations only include sessions in which students are registered. Sessions on leave or lapsed sessions are not counted in the TTC values.
  4. Time-to-completion values are based on a student’s first to last registered session. For students who transfer from a research master’s to a PhD degree, their TTC is counted from the first session of the master's program to the last session of the doctoral program.
  5. Part-time sessions are weighted the same as full-time sessions in the TTC calculation.​
  6. In some instances, the number of graduates is very low and the mean TTC may not reflect representative values. Please interpret with caution.

 

Average Graduate Income:

  1. An asterisk (*) indicates years where the income cannot be displayed because there are fewer than five students included in the data (N<5).
  2. The data capture the average amount of funding received by students in a funded program. This includes students who are in the funded cohort and outside the funded cohort.
  3. Data are based only on full time active graduate students in both the fall and winter terms.
  4. 2014-15 refers to the academic year (Fall 2014, Winter 2015 and Summer 2015).
  5. Income data include all fellowship and awards from ROSI and GradSIS (Affiliated Hospitals), employment income from HRIS, and research stipend income from HRIS and GradSIS (Affiliated Hospitals). Note that some external income may not be recorded in these systems and is therefore, excluded from this analysis.
  6. Fees data are based on tuition and fees charged as per ROSI.
  7. Please note that the data include all full-time doctoral students registered in the fall and winter sessions and their income from the full academic year. In cases where a student completes his/her program prior to the summer term, the student’s income will be typically be lower for that academic year compared to the income for a three term student. This will reduce the average incomes displayed in the charts for some programs – particularly in the later years of the program.​

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Tuition and Fees:

  1. ​For domestic students, the tuition is the 2014-15 Fall and Winter session program fees plus centrally collected incidental and system access fees.
  2. For international students, the tuition is the 2014-15 Fall and Winter session program fees plus centrally collected incidental and system access fees, and the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP).
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