The MEng is a professional graduate program. Students in professional graduate programs typically self-fund their educational expenses through a variety of programs including student loans, student lines of credit, personal savings and employment income.
However, there may sometimes be awards or scholarships that MEng students are eligible for. Here are some resources that MEng students can use to locate awards and scholarships:
- SGS’s list of major graduate awards (search for “professional master”)
- SGS’s list of external funding resources (available to graduate students)
- U of T’s Award Explorer (centralized, searchable database for all awards)
Specific Awards and Scholarships for MEng Students
Awards or scholarships that MEng students are eligible for will be listed here when available.
Loans and Grants for Domestic MEng Students
Domestic MEng students can apply for government student loans such as the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) or other provincial loans. Students who are eligible for government loans may also qualify for the University of Toronto Financial Aid (UTAPS) grant.
Students registered in selected professional graduate programs may be eligible for assistance through the Scotia Professional Plan Student Plan (SPSP). For additional funding options for professional graduate programs, please see the Financial Aid page on Enrolment Services’ website web page.