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Generous Awards and Financial Support

Funding opportunities for fall 2022 admission cycle

For M.Sc. in Management and M.Sc. in Health Systems


M.SC. Project (1 year)
(Only available for the M.SC. in Management)

Canadian/Permanent Resident



# available for distribution

Min. admission average

Special Merit Scholarship $7,500 + $7,500 (TA/RA/Corrector, Guaranteed Telfer) 14 9.0+

Telfer MSc Research Scholarship





Telfer MSc International Admission Scholarship




M.SC. Thesis (2 years)

Canadian/Permanent Resident



# available for distribution

Min. admission average

Admission Scholarship

$ 7, 500.00 (towards tuition) + $ 7, 500.00 (TA/RA/Corrector, Guaranteed Telfer)


9.0 +

Special Merit Scholarship



  9.0 +  

Telfer MSc Research Scholarship 





Telfer MSc International Admission Scholarship



8.5 +

Our students have access to a wide range of awards, scholarships and other means of financial support such as:

External Scholarships

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Vital assistance for student researchers

The Telfer School’s Research Office is an ideal source for further information on available funding sources, and for professional-development opportunities that are open to you.

The Research Office also organizes events tailored to meet the specific needs of research students, and helps students prepare applications for research grants and scholarships, and statements related to research ethics.

Get the support you need. Choose the Telfer Master of Science in Health Systems.

Excellence Scholarships and Travel Grants

Telfer Research Scholarships (incoming students)

MSc Program (no application required)
2 Research scholarships of $5,000

The applicant must be registered as a full-time student (foreign, Canadian citizen or permanent resident) in the MSc in Health Systems program at the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa; outstanding potential based on the review of candidate research interest and motivation.

Telfer School Research Grant (SMRG)

The value of the grant is a maximum of $4,000 for a duration of up to 1.5 years.

The applicant must be registered as full-time student in a research-based graduate program offered by the Telfer School of Management and be supervised by a member of the Telfer faculty. The research must lead to a thesis.

For complete details on how to apply click here.

Travel Grants

Research Fund

  • Provides reimbursement for some research-related expenses
  • Examples: transcription and translation costs, software licenses and training, travel for research purposes, etc. 
  • The Research Office offers assistance with your application and presents it to the Scholarship Committees

External Bursaries

Professors holding grants or research contracts often use these funds to hire research assistants to help them in their research work. Furthermore, professors can award stipends to students who are under their supervision.

External Scholarships

Many external organizations offer a variety of scholarships and awards to Canadian and international students. To learn more about the application process and the terms of these awards, visit the Office of the Vice-Provost, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.

Click here for a list of external scholarships and their application deadlines, of which the University of Ottawa supports.

Here is a list of websites that provide additional external scholarship and award opportunities:

Financing Alternatives

Student Financial Assistance, including loans and grants, are available to eligible students through provincial, territorial and federal governments.

To learn more about government student loans visit:

For Ontario residents:

For Quebec residents:

Other Provinces and territories:

Credit Line Program

To find out about other financing solutions please visit the following Websites:

Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP)

The Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) allows individuals to withdraw funds up to $10,000 a year, tax free, to a maximum of $20,000 from their Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) to finance training or education for themselves or their spouse or common-law partner.

Participants must start to make repayments two years after their last eligible withdrawal, or five years after the first withdrawal, depending on which due date comes first.

Amounts withdrawn must be repaid within 10 years.

General Inquiries: 1-800-959-8281

Teaching and Research Assistantships

Opportunities at the Telfer School of Management

The Telfer School of Management offers teaching and research assistantships, with priority given to those students who qualify for an admission scholarship. However, all Master's students may apply for Telfer School of Management teaching assistantships and their chances of obtaining a position are very good, given the needs of the Telfer School of Management. In order to receive a teaching assistantship, the candidate must possess the qualifications required by the position.

The Telfer School of Management’s teaching and research assistantships and markers postings are normally available as of the end of June for fall courses, end of October for winter courses and end of February for spring/summer courses.

For complete details on how to apply and what positions are available at the Telfer School of Management at this time click here.

Opportunities at the University of Ottawa

There may be opportunities for employment in other faculties or departments depending on the qualifications of the applicants.

Postings of available positions for students at the University of Ottawa

Additional Information

Tuition Fees

Fee for Canadian students

The tuition fees for the MSc in Health Systems for Canadian students and students who are permanent residents in Canada are about $3,300 per term. The program requires on average six terms to complete.  For more information, please consult the University fees website.

Fee for international students

The tuition fees of our program for international students is roughly $11,000 per term. The program requires on average six terms to complete.  For more information, please consult the University fees website.

French-speaking international may qualify for differential fee waiver

International students in our program can reduce their tuition fees substantially by taking advantage of the differential tuition fee exemption. This exemption applies to international students who register for a full-time course load and who received a secondary or post-secondary diploma in French. Learn more about this valuable exemption from the University fees website

Please consult the University of Ottawa Website for complete details about tuition fees.

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