GPS Awards, Bursaries + Scholarships
Indigenous Graduate Entrance Scholarship $18,000 per year for master's students, $21,000 per year for doctoral students. See more of GPS's entrance scholarships here.
Indigenous Graduate Travel Award The purpose of the award is to provide financial support for Indigenous students for the travel component important to their research. Students can only apply for the award once per academic year.
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Graduate students are eligible for a variety of financial assistance programs including entrance or continuing scholarships, graduate fellowships, awards, teaching and research assistantships, bursaries and loans. Total scholarship support cannot exceed $50,000 per academic year. GPS Awards provides a consolidated and annually updated awards resource for Awards for Indigenous Students (PDF)
GPS Awards workshops Scholarship application workshops are generally held in the fall term. Watch this page for frequent updates through the summer months or subscribe to the blog for updates by email.
To find out more information about resources specific to Indigenous graduate students please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
SFU Financial Aid and External Awards
Third party billing/Sponsorship If you are eligible to receive third party sponsorship (i.e. funding from First Nations band, Métis organization, Inuit organization). Ensure that your sponsorship form has been sent to SFU Student Accounts no later than the tuition fee deadline for the term. Please direct any questions about third party sponsorship to email@example.com
SFU Financial Aid Office Financial Aid offers a variety of financial assistance opportunities to Canadian Aboriginal students. Aboriginal heritage is defined as First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples of Canada (in accordance with Canada's 1982 Constitution).
Indigenous Mentorship Network of the Pacific Northwest IMN-PN funding supports Indigenous students and researchers pursuing Indigenous wellness-related research. Students studying in or conducting research in British Columbia or the Yukon are encouraged to apply.