Department of Art History Master of Arts students are not funded, although a small number are awarded one of the few departmental awards. MA students are also eligible for scholarships through the federal government's Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master’s (CGS-M) Program. Applications must be submitted the fall before admission. Refer to the U of T Finances and the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Awards and Funding webpages for further guidance.
Students admitted to the PhD program will receive a five-year financial package that at minimum includes a base amount, plus tuition and fees. This funding package is contingent in part on your maintaining satisfactory progress toward completion of your degree and acceptance of any Teaching Assistantships or Research Assistantships offered to you as part of the package. The sources and amount of funding may vary from year to year. Applications for other fellowships and scholarship funds are made available each year. Information on deadlines for submitting applications will be circulated by the department as soon as received.
Base departmental funding packages are processed through ACORN in September, January, and May. Students can manage their bank account information, sign up for direct deposit, and defer fees through ACORN. For all questions about funding and finances, please contact the Graduate Assistant. For specific information on payment processing, consult the Financial Officer. Refer to the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) and the Faculty of Arts & Science funding webpages for further guidance.
Scholarships and Awards
The School of Graduate Studies and the Faculty of Arts & Science awards many graduate student scholarships and awards. Graduate students are encouraged to search out funding from various internal and external sources. Students should apply for all sources of funding for which they are eligible. The Graduate Office has compiled shortlists of various scholarships and awards to get you started.