Over 75% of accepted MFC students receive admission scholarships.
Applicants to the Master of Forest Conservation (MFC) program who submit a complete application by February 28, 2018 will receive preferential scholarship consideration. Complete applications include the application form and all supporting documents (transcripts, letter of interest, resume and 3 referee reports). Completed applications received after February 28, 2018, but prior to the final deadline of April 30, 2018, will also receive scholarship consideration.
In-course awards are available throughout the duration of the program, and are awarded based on academic merit. No application is necessary for admissions scholarships or in-course awards. Eligible students are automatically access for need-based funding in the fall session of each academic year, and can apply for need-based OSOTF awards in the winter session of each academic year.
Prospective MFC candidates should investigate and pursue all possible sources of funding for their proposed program as departmental funding is not available as “primary support” for the MFC program.
Admission awards and fellowships
MFC Admission Scholarships
Value: Admission Scholarships available for academically outstanding domestic students and international students.
Awarded to students on admission to the Master of Forest Conservation program on the basis of academic achievement in the undergraduate program.
Forestry Memorial Admission Fellowship
Value: Up to approx. $4,000 annually
From an endowment by alumni, awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering the Master of Forest Conservation degree program with the highest cumulative grade point average in an undergraduate degree program.
F.K. Morrow Forestry Admission Fellowship
Value: Up to Approx. $4,000
Annual donation from the F.K. Morrow Foundation Annual donation from the F.K. Morrow Foundation awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need to a student entering the professional Master of Forest Conservation program in the Faculty of Forestry.
Rorke Bryan Scholarship In Forest Conservation
Value: Up to approx. $1000 annually
Awarded to students, in the Master of Forest Conservation program, with high academic standing and in financial need.
2018-2019 Ontario Graduate Scholarship (Domestic); Deadline: April 17, 2018. Details available here.
Financial Awards Available to Faculty of Forestry Students
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