Spring General Fees All graduate students are registered for a 12 month period and General Fees are collected in the Fall, Winter and Spring terms of the 12 month registration year, regardless of whether students are taking a course in that term or not. Please check your student centre for an updated balance.
Thesis submission The Thesis Checklist has been updated and can be found here. FGS will be accepting either form (revised form preferred) until May 23, 2018. Please note: No formatting check is done at FGS, other than for title page and mandatory forms. For more information, see the Thesis Formatting Guide.
Annual Registration Reminder Please activate your annual registration (click on the enroll link in your Student Centre) for the upcoming academic year. Students must register annually, at the time of the anniversary of their first registration, and before the deadline for that term. Fees are due on the applicable term deadline.
Spring Term Last day to drop a class without financial penalty – May 18, 2018 Last to add classes and register for the Spring term – May 18, 2018 Fee payment deadline - May 23, 2018
UPASS Information The Spring/Summer 2018 UPass will be available to eligible students at the UPass Desk and Parking & Transportation Services starting Apr. 23. Hours of operation.Important Upass Dates.
Candidacy Fees Information PhD students successfully meeting candidacy requirements between Jan. 1 and Apr. 30, 2018 will have their tuition fees changed to a continuing rate in May 2018 (Spring Term). (Graduate Calendar C.1.1)
Fall Term Aug. 27, 2018is when Fall term begins. Please refer to the Academic Schedule for all important dates.
Scholarship Scam Warning Please beware of false ads on social media platforms and external websites offering full scholarships to cover tuition, airfare etc. If you see such an ad, do not click through it or submit any personal information. If you are unsure, please contact [email protected] to verify the award before moving forward.
Michael Smith Foreign Study supplement CGS-MSFSS The Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) – Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplements Program is available to Canadian citizens or permanent residents who hold a SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR or a Vanier (CGS) at the master’s or doctoral level and are undertaking research studies for two to six months at a research institution outside Canada
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Courses for Non-MBA Grad Students Non-MBA graduate students from all programs can apply to register in Introduction to Entrepreneurship (ENTI 781, Fall block week) and Venture Creation (ENTI 785, Winter term). Learn the basics of entrepreneurial thinking and get hands-on experience in creating a start-up, commercializing a concept and more. Register for an info sessionMay 31, 12-2 PM, Hunter Hub.
Launch Your Career - An Intensive Bootcamp to Your Job Search This full-day session will prepare you for a successful job search. Get resume/CV advice, take part in speed interviews, get a LinkedIn headshot and more. Register with your CareerLink account and complete a strength assessment prior to the the event. May 29, 8:30-4:40.
Transformative Talent Internships – funding available Do you know how your skills as a graduate student can translate to careers outside the university? Consider participating in a skills-internship while you are a graduate student. Findmore informationon funding and eligibility.
The Grad College Now Accepting Applications The Graduate College is currently accepting applications for 2018-2019 Scholar positions. Join a group of like-minded leaders in a novel and exceptional environment to connect, enrich and energize the communities that The College serves. The application deadline is May 31, 2018. More information.
Adventures in Indigenous Methodologies: Making Space for Métis-Specific Approaches Join Dr. Chantal Fiola, assistant professor in Urban and Inner City Studies at the University of Winnipeg and author of Rekindling the Sacred Fire: Métis Ancestry and Anishinaabe Spirituality for this Webinar. Learn about her work building a Métis-specific research design and methodology. May 10, 12-1 PM (MST).Register here.
DATES AND EVENTS
May 14 Start of classes - Spring/Summer Term and Spring Intercession
May 18 Last day to drop a course without financial penalty- Spring/Summer term and Spring Intersession Last day to add a course- Spring Intersession End of refund period- Spring intersession
May 21 Victoria Day - University Closed
Tuition and fee payment deadline- Spring Intersession Thesis-based degrees: Last day to submit required forms to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and thesis to The Vault to cancel Spring 2018 registration