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Financing Your Graduate Studies
Information on Financial Aid is available through the School of Graduate Studies website.
The MUI Program is a professional course-based full-time graduate program with a co-op term and does not offer any funding or scholarships. At The University of Toronto, full or partial scholarship funding is generally only available for research-based programs and not Professional masters' programs, such as the MUI Program. However, new scholarships and awards are made available for students through the School of Graduate Studies on a regular basis. Please browse the Awards Explorer at UofT to find out more.
Each year the MUI program offers a select number of entrance scholarships based on academic merit and/or financial aid. These are for both incoming international and domestic students. For merit-based scholarships, students will be automatically considered and no additional application is required.
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)
The OGS recognizes academic excellence in graduate studies and carries a value of $5000 per term. Awardees may receive a maximum of $15,000 for three consecutive terms. For complete information about the OGS, including eligibility criteria and documentation required, please see the SGS website.
Link to online application form: OGS Application Form
Questions? Please email your program coordinator.
Federal or Provincial Loan Programs
Domestic students may be eligible for Federal Government Student Loans/Grants.
In addition, there may be provincial funds available in a student's home province.
- Alberta Loan Programs
- British Columbia Student Financial Aid
- Manitoba Financial Aid
- New Brunswick Student Aid
- Newfoundland Student Aid
- Nova Scotia Student Loans
- Nunavut Student Loans
- NWT Financial Assistance
- Ontario OSAP
- PEI Student Loan Program
- Quebec Loans (English)
- Quebec Loans (Francais)
- Saskatchewan Loans
- Yukon Financial Aid
The MUI Program and the University of Toronto cannot guarantee that applicants will receive funding or loans from any institution/bank/government agency.
Scotiabank Professional Student Plan
The Scotiabank and the University of Toronto have proposed a Professional Student Loan Plan for University of Toronto students enrolled in a professional program. Further information is available.
IMI Professional Masters Student Aid Program for Domestic Students
The Institute for Management & Innovation has a grant program for domestic students that apply and qualify for provincial student financial aid and have an unmet financial need as determined by their financial aid application. Please see the IMI website for further information.
International students should seek funding from their home countries.
The University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies (SGS) offers some limited International Student Awards. Please visit their website for more information.
International students can also contact the Centre for International Experience at the St. George campus or the International Centre at the Mississauga campus for assistance.