graduate level studies occupy a student's time completely, thereby
precluding outside jobs, it is the policy of the Neuroscience Program
that all admitted applicants have one of the following types of
Funding: NSERC, CIHR, etc.
Ideally this support would be in
the form of a studentship for graduate study obtained from a government
agency such as
CIHR. These awards are generally applied
for in the early fall preceding entry into graduate school.
2. Affiliated Fellowship
Affiliated Fellowships (AF).
All eligible neuroscience students are encouraged to apply
on-line for these awards in early Fall.
A student's potential supervisor
may have available research grant funds to support the student's
laboratory work during his studies, through the
Annual Student Fees are separated
from tuition fees.
The University provides a mandatory
basic medical insurance program for all international students as a
condition of registering as a student, which covers the interim
period before the provincial medical plan becomes effective.
(Extended Health & Dental Plan may be optional.)
International students admitted
to the Neuroscience program are eligible for an International Partial
Tuition Scholarship which is applied to assist with their
tuition fees. Students are eligible as long as they are not a recipient
of any external scholarships or funding that pays their tuition.
- See Also:
2013 SCHOLARSHIP INSTRUCTIONS
UBC Awards and Financial Aid
Awards through Faculty of Graduate Studies
Tuition, Fees & Cost of Living
Graduate Tuition Fees
Graduate Student Fees