Fees and Financial Aid
Tuition for the Master of Public Policy Program is on a per credit basis. The current tuition fee is $255.56 per credit. MPP courses are 5 credits each and students are required to complete 14 courses in their degree as well as a co-op placement. The co-op practicum fee is $779.91 payable only after a Co-op position is accepted. Student fees such as Student Activity Fee and UPass transit pass fees are assessed to all registered students. To learn more about student fees please see Graduate Student Fees Information.
*Tuition fees are subject to change. Prospective students should confirm tuition before accepting a position in the program.
Financial assistance is available to students in the School of Public Policy in a variety of forms: scholarships and bursaries, fellowships, awards, loans, and university employment (teaching and research assistantships).
Please notify the program office if/when you receive an offer of support from another university. The Dean of Graduate Studies is committed to attempting to secure competitive recruitment funds for incoming students.
Applicants should take note of deadlines for each type of financial assistance to which they apply. Many loans and awards require their applications to be submitted BEFORE the program begins.
Applicants to the MPP program, who are either Canadian citizens or permanent residents, are eligible to apply for the Canada Graduate Scholarships Program - Master's Scholarships.