Tuition and Scholarship
Program tuition — 2019-2020
- $24,480 for domestic students.
- $35,700 for international students.
The tuition for each semester will be:
|Domestic student||International student|
|Semester 1 (10 credits): $7,650||Semester 1 (10 credits): $11,156.25|
|Semester 2 (10 credits): $7,650||Semester 2 (10 credits): $11,156.25|
|Semester 3 (6 credits): $4,590||Semester 3 (6 credits): $6,693.75|
|Semester 4 (6 credits): $4,590||Semester 4 (6 credits): $6,693.75|
Tuition does not include TRU fees, TRU Students' Union fees, or cost of textbooks, and is subject to change. The details provided here are for information purposes only and are not an official fee quote. They are subject to change without notice. Learn more about campus fees »
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Scholarship and funding
For the complete list of available scholarships, awards, fellowships and prizes, and how to apply online, please visit TRU Student Awards and Financial Aid.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA)
Graduate Teaching Assistant will work under the academic supervision and ongoing day-to-day supervision of a faculty member and the overall administrative supervision of the relevant department chairs and the Dean of Science.
- Applicant must enroll in TRU MScDS program and is in good standing. The prospective GTAs who are applying for admission into a graduate degree program at TRU must be a student in good standing at their current institution.
- A background in data sciences.
- GTA must demonstrate English language proficiency.
Research Assistant Fellowship (RA)
Supervisor may provide RA based on the research project and activities, and the current research grant available. Contact your supervisor for information.
Ken Lepin Research Graduate Student Award
Eight awards valued at $6,000 each are available to domestic students entering or continuing in TRU's graduate programs.
Ken Lepin Graduate Student Awards are available to financially help students who are entering their first or second year of a full-time graduate studies program for students studying on campus. The awards will be given on the basis of outstanding academic achievement in course work and research, and will take into account leadership activities.
Deadline: Aug. 15
Dr. Sherman Jen Graduate Entrance Award
Eight awards valued at $6,000 each are available to students entering TRU's science and education graduate programs.
The Dr. Sherman Jen Graduate Entrance Awards are available to students entering their first year of a full-time on-campus graduate studies program. The awards will be given based on outstanding academic achievement in course work and research and will take into account leadership activities.
Deadline: April 1
BC Graduate Scholarships
Four awards valued at $15,000 each to the best and brightest graduate students who are leaders in their fields. Eligible graduate programs that are research intensive and professional, with emphasis but not exclusive focus on disciplines related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Available to student who are: Canadian or permanent resident, entering their first or second year of full-time on-campus graduate studies program (with an emphasis on first year), academic excellence. Preference given to Indigenous applicants.
Deadline: Dec. 1