Students enrolled in the Part-time program are not eligible for funding through scholarships, fellowships or awards. Part-time students do qualify for the Thesis Fund described below.
Management Graduate Fellowships
The Faculty of Management provides Graduate Fellowships to each MSc(Management) student registered in the Program. Funds are dispersed in 12 equal monthly payments during the first 12 months of study (September - August).
Canadian/PR students receive a total of $9,600.00 CDN in Graduate Fellowships
International students receive a total of $19,200.00 CDN in Graduate Fellowships
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A Thesis Fund is available to each MSc (Management) (full-time and part-time) candidate to offset expenses related to completion of the Master’s Thesis. This fund is available to each student through reimbursement to the Faculty of Management to a maximum of $750.00.
The University of Lethbridge Graduate Student Association also offers a Graduate Students Association Travel Award. The Award provides $500 towards registration, travel and accommodation expenses for full-time graduate students who are presenting their research at an internationally recognized conference. Please visit http://people.uleth.ca/~gsa/ for further information.
Management Student Professional Development Fund
The purpose of this fund is to provide financial support to enable Management students to participate in professional development opportunities that will add value to their graduate education. Up to $2000 is available based upon the number of applicants selected. Application dates: November 15th / March 15th / September 15th. Further details and an application form are available by contacting the Management Graduate Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarships available to MSc(Mgt) students
Derrick and Lytta Pereira Prize: This scholarship valued at $1000 is awarded once per academic year pending availability of funds. All full-time applicants (International and Domestic) offered admission and who accept their offer into the MSc (Management) Program are automatically considered for this award.
Queen Elizabeth Graduate Scholarship (Province of Alberta Scholarship Programs): This scholarship is valued at $10,800.00, and is/may be divided and awarded to Canadian citizens or permanent residents entering the full-time MSc (Management) Program. Eligible students must have superior academic achievement and must be in good standing with Alberta Students Finance. Eligible students are automatically considered. This award is based on previous admission rates and may not be available each year.
Ingrid & Ray Speaker Graduate Scholarship in Management: This scholarship is valued at $3000.00 and is awarded to Canadian citizens admitted to the full-time program in their second year. Criteria are based on academic achievement/GPA in the MSc(Mgt) Program. No application required all full-time Canadian MSc(Mgt) students are considered.
Peter and Helen Kelley Scholarship: This scholarship is valued at $500.00 and is awarded to full time MSc(Mgt) students in their second year. Criteria are based on academic achievement/GPA in the MSc(Mgt) Program. No application required all full-time MSc(Mgt) students are considered.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Canada Graduate Scholarships Master’s Program: If you are a citizen or permanent resident of Canada, have completed or are about to complete a bachelor's degree, or are already pursuing a master's degree in the humanities or social sciences, you may be eligible to apply for a $17, 500.00 master's scholarship! Please visit the SGS website for more information.
The Alberta Scholarship Program recently announced a $10,000 award available to students pursuing studies in human rights, cultural diversity or multiculturalism. For application information on the Alberta Award for the Study of Canadian Human Rights and Multiculturalism and other awards visit the SGS website for details.
Search for more award opportunites at the School of Graduate Studies Database
Students interested in finding employment as teaching/research assistants must contact faculty members directly. For contact information about Faculty and Faculty Research Areas, please visit the Faculty of Management directory.