MSc tuition fees for 2020-21 is $7,858.65 for domestic students and $27,328.54 for international students.
International students must pay international student fees unless they are a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident.
For a full breakdown of the fees, please take a look at: www.fees.utoronto.ca.
The Department of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto provides their graduate students with a base funding package equivalent to $8,500 plus tuition and incidental fees for years 1-2 of the full-time MSc program. The funding package may include funds from a variety of sources, including University of Toronto Fellowship (UTF) stipend, teaching assistantship hours, research assistantship stipend, and internal and external awards.
The funding package may include funds from a variety of sources, including University of Toronto Fellowship (UTF) Stipend Award, Teaching Assistantship Hours, Research Assistantship Stipend, Departmental Awards, Teaching Assistant positions and/or Research Assistant positions, Internal and External Awards.
Requirements for Funding
Students must be in good standing and be making progress towards completion of their degree and be registered in order to receive the graduate funding.
In all cases, graduate students will not receive any less than the minimum funding guarantee unless they waive a portion of the income (eg. TA position).
In cases where students in the funded cohort receive an external, competitively reviewed award valued at or over $15,000 per annum (e.g., OGS, SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR) that award will stand in lieu of the stipend portion of the funding package from the Department. The Department will, to acknowledge the excellence of award recipients, offer a top-up equivalent to 10% of the award value (to MSc students) each year that they hold the external award and remain in the funded cohort. These students continue to be eligible to work as a teaching or research assistants if they wish to.