The University of Toronto, which was established in 1827, has developed into Canada’s top center for education, research, and knowledge development. As one of the top research-intensive universities in the world, we take great pride in being inspired to create new things.
Meritorious Indigenous students who have applied to the Canada Graduate Scholars—program Master’s will receive financial help through the Indigenous Scholars Awards and Supplements Pilot Initiative (CGS M).
Benefits of University of Toronto Masters Scholarship
To the extent of available funding, CGS M applicants who are offered and accept a CGS M award and who are qualified for the Indigenous Scholars Award will also be offered the Indigenous Scholars Supplement.
Requirements for University of Toronto Masters Scholarship
1. Be eligible to apply to the CGS M program;
2. Self-identify as Indigenous for the purposes of this initiative;
3. Provide a one-page (3,000 characters maximum) personal statement; and
4. Have had their application deemed meritorious in the CGS M review process.
5. Meritorious applications include all applications that have received the status “Offered” or “Alternate” in the Research Portal.
December 1, 2022.