Doctor of Education in
Doctor of Philosophy in S.T.E.M. majors
University of Lethbridge
CAD 2,043 / per semester **
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* 2nd deadline May 1st
** domestic students| 4,736.08 CAD international students. Additional fees may apply
The Ph.D. program is thesis-based and offered in a number of areas of study. Depending on the academic background, students may be required to take up to six courses in their area of study; the number and details of the courses are determined in consultation with the supervisor at the time of admission to the program.
Students are required to secure a potential supervisor prior to submitting an application for this program. For further information please visit our Search Supervisors page.
The thesis forms the central requirement of the program which involves close collaboration between the supervisor and student; as a result, it is important for students to be on campus to conduct research with their supervisor. Our Ph.D. programs are delivered on the Lethbridge campus only.
- Biomolecular Science (Ph.D.)
- Biosystems and Biodiversity (Ph.D.)
- Cultural, Social, and Political Thought (Ph.D.)
- Earth, Space, and Physical Science (Ph.D.)
- Education (Ph.D.)
- Evolution and Behaviour (Ph.D.)
- Neuroscience (Ph.D.)
- Population Studies in Health (Ph.D.)
- Theoretical and Computational Science (Ph.D.)
- Comprehensive Examination
Scholarships and Funding
uLethbridge awards a number of internal and external scholarships, awards and bursaries. We also encourage you to utilize additional resources for award applicants, including other funding databases.
We have an admission award called the Univ. of Lethbridge Graduate Research Award (ULGRA) for which every student admitted to a full-time graduate program is considered. Please note that admission into a program is not a guarantee you’ll receive award funding. This admission award has no application and you will be assessed at the time you apply for admission. You can review the guidelines for ULGRA here.
Additionally, you will be considered for Graduate Assistantships work at the time of admission and your supervisor may be able to offer you a Research Assistantship or stipend (ask your supervisor about that possibility).
The Graduate Awards website lists many upcoming funding opportunities. Each entry provides key information about the funding opportunity, including the application deadline and information on how to apply.
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