Tuition Fees

Fall/Winter 2019-2020 Session Fees

Domestic students International students
1 term 5 terms 1 term  5 terms
Full Time $ 1,435.51 $ 7,177.55 $ 6,275.00 $ 31,375.00

* does not include supplementary fees

For more detailed information, please click here. Tuition fees for 2020-2021 will be updated in July 2020.

Funding

York University guarantees support for top full-time students

York provides competitive student funding to top full-time students. The typical amounts are offered to graduate students in the form of scholarships and assignments such as graduate assistantships or research assistantships.

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The Kenneth and Grace Penrose Scholarship

The Kenneth and Grace Penrose Scholarships valued at $7,500, will be awarded to a student entering the master’s program in Public and International Affairs. Candidates must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and must demonstrate financial need.

The application process requires program nomination. 

To receive consideration for this award, students must submit a  Student Financial Profile to publicaffairs@glendon.yorku.ca. 

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The Martha Shuttleworth Graduate Entrance Scholarship in Public and International Affairs

The Martha Shuttleworth Graduate Entrance Scholarship in Public and International Affairs valued at $12,500, will be awarded to a student entering the master’s program in Public and International Affairs with demonstrated involvement in extra-curricular activities and leadership. Recipients must have an “A” average, be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and must demonstrate financial need.

The application process requires program nomination. 

To receive consideration for this award, students must submit a Student Financial Profile to publicaffairs@glendon.yorku.ca. 

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The Vincent M. Del Buono Graduate Scholarship

The Vincent M. Del Buono Graduate Scholarships valued at $6,000, will be awarded to students entering the  master’s program in Public and International Affairs. Recipients must have an “A” average, be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and must demonstrate financial need.

Vincent M. Del Buono’s biography.

The application process requires program nomination. 

To receive consideration for this award, students must submit a Student Financial Profile to publicaffairs@glendon.yorku.ca. 

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Russell David Smith Graduate Award in Public and International Affairs

The Russell David Smith Graduate Award valued at $2,500, will be awarded to a student enrolled in the master’s program in Public and International Affairs and must demonstrate financial need.

The application process requires program nomination. 

To receive consideration for this award, students must submit a Student Financial Profile to publicaffairs@glendon.yorku.ca. 

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Friends of Glendon Graduate Entrance Scholarship in Public and International Affairs

The Friends of Glendon Graduate Entrance Scholarship in Public and International Affairs valued at $1,250 will be awarded to a new student entering in Masters in Public and International Affairs who has a minimum GPA of an A at the time of admission as well as extra-curricular involvement and leadership. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.

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The Ambassador Gary Smith Award

The Ambassador Gary Smith Award valued at $3,000 is given to excellent Masters or Doctoral students whose area of specialization includes an international focus, preferably to Canadian Foreign Policy.

Preference given to Glendon Campus students studying in this area.

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Canada Graduate Scholarships – Master’s (CGSM)

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Ontario Graduate Scholarships (OGS)

Deadline to submit the applications to the program: December 1st, 2018.

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