The Graduate Writing Program

Financial Aid

Five Graduate Fellowships for students will be awarded to incoming masters students and paid out incrementally over the first year.

Graduate students are also eligible to apply in their second year for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship as part of their training and mentorship in the teaching of creative writing.
There are also a number of graduate scholarships available specifically for Writing students, along with others in the university. This may be supplemented by a BC Arts Council Senior Scholarship , for which students are eligible if they have been residents of BC for a year. Other provincial arts councils have similar scholarships available for their residents who study outside of their borders.

Students are also eligible and encouraged to apply for SSHRC funding through the Canadian Graduate Scholarships Program and for Research Assistantships paid for by grants received by Faculty members for their projects.

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