Funding and Scholarships

Neuroscience graduate students are eligible to receive numerous University of Alberta and external funding agency scholarships. It is the student's responsibility to investigate all scholarships available. Students are expected to apply for scholarships.

As the NMHI's Neuroscience Graduate Studies program is thesis-based, applicants must have a supervisor and funding in place before applying to our neuroscience program. To facilitate this, it is required that applicants contact potential supervisors directly to request supervision and secure funding.

Acceptance by a supervisor does not guarantee admission into the NMHI. The final decision is administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies & Research (FGSR).