Funding for International Students
Bourses de leadership et développement durable (Leadership and sustainable development scholarships)
- Bachelor’s degree: $2,000 per year (renewable for each year of the bachelor’s degree)
- Master: $5,000 per year (renewable once)
- Ph.D.: $10,000 per year (renewable twice)
Supplemental tuition fee exemption programs
Different programs exist to exempt students from supplemental tuition fees.
MEES/UL Exemption program
Among the exemption programs, MEES/UL allows all Université Laval students enrolled in a Ph.D. program to be exempted from supplemental tuition fees. This represents a study cost reduction of some $35,000.
For citizens from an African or European country (other than France and French speaking Belgian students).
- $7,000 per year (renewable once).
- Ph.D.: $2,000 for students who are enrolled in a Ph.D. program at Université Laval for the first time.
Students benefiting from the MEES/UL exemption program are not eligible for this scholarship.
Several international programs financially support international students to enable them to undertake or continue their education.
The Government of Quebec offers merit scholarships to international students for Ph.D. studies ($20,000 to $25,000 per year), postdoctoral ($35,000) and for short-term research or professional development ($3,000 per month).
In many fields, the research director offers financial support to students who participate in his research project.
Scholarships offered during studies
A simple search through the Université Laval Scholarships Directory allows students to find scholarships corresponding to their profile.
Several scholarships are intended for students who have completed a minimum of one academic semester.
Each year, Université Laval awards $4.6 million as an incentive to success in a master or Ph.D. program, from admission to graduation.
Allows students who have to pay additional tuition fees to obtain a job on campus.
Many jobs available each session.
It is possible for international students to work on campus or somewhere else without having to obtain a work permit.