Financial Aid and Scholarhsips
Explore internal and external opportunities
At Dalhousie, you can find many opportunities to fund your graduate education. Scholarships are normally offered and administrated by various sponsoring organizations such as NSERC and the university.
We encourage you to check out the Faculty of Graduate Studies website for information on:
You can also find information on how to apply and other frequently asked questions.
Teaching assistantships are administrated and assigned by the ECE department based on a graduate student’s experience in teaching, including English proficiency. A graduate student who receives a teaching assistantship performs teaching assistant duties for an undergraduate class and is under the supervision of the class instructor. Students are required to study for one full term prior to qualifying for a teaching assistantship. Research assistantships normally come from professors’ research grants and are administrated by individual professors. A student who receives a research assistantship is expected to conduct research directed by the professor.