Graduate Studies

Why Graduate Studies in Geography at UTM? 

1. Unique Research Opportunities

Our faculty are recognized for their award-winning research and teaching. They are leaders in their field and offer the chance to engage in unique research clusters. Check out the exciting research going on in each of our research clusters and see where you might fit.

Economic Development 

Environmental Processes and Change in Natural Systems

Geospatial Systems and Geomatics 

Human-Environment Interactions 

Urbanization, Transportation and Health 

2. Funded Programs

Our Department offers full-funding through a guaranteed funding package for one full year of its Master's programs and the first four years of its PhD programs. It also offers opportunities to supplement this funding with Graduate Expansion Funds, conference/reasearch travel funds, and many teaching assistantship and research assistantship positions. Check out fees and funding to learn more. 

3. Integrated & Tight-Knit Graduate Community 

Our Department is unique in its integration of physical geography, human geography and geospatial and geomatics researchers. Our community of faculty and graduate students is small and tightly-knit to provide excellent research and support networks. Check out some of our current student and alumni profiles to find out how they feel about their research and the UTM community. 

Interested? Explore Graduate Studies in Geography 

Take some time to find out more by exploring our graduate studies webpages. 


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