International Four-Year Doctoral Partial Tuition Award


Deadline:

Consistent with the admission period for which a student is applying


Eligibility of Citizenship: International
Degree Level: Doctoral
Award Status: Open
Applicant Status: Incoming Students

Description

Quick Facts

The International Four-Year Doctoral Partial Tuition Award (IDPT) is available to incoming international doctoral students who have a first-class admission GPA and PhD transfer students with a first-class GPA at the time of transfer to their PhD program. The Award pays the tuition differential between international and domestic tuition for eligible students. The award provides funding for up to a total of four years (48 months) per awardee.

Annual Value: Difference between international and domestic tuition (approximately $3,856)

 Eligibility

  • Awardees must hold a valid student visa and be registered full time when they begin their UBCO doctoral program
  • UBC students who advance/transfer from a master’s to a doctoral program without completing their master’s degree will only be paid out the IDPT for the terms they are registered in a doctoral program up to a maximum of 48 months total calculated from the beginning of their master’s program
  • Awardees must have an admission GPA of first-class standing
  • International Doctoral Fellowship awardees are not eligible for the IDPT
  • Recipients of the IDPT must maintain registration as an international student to remain eligible for the IDPT

Application Procedures

  • All incoming international doctoral applicants are automatically considered for this award
  • The College of Graduate Studies verifies eligibility criteria and notifies admitted students who are eligible to receive this award

Conditions for AWARD holders   

Satisfactory Progress

  • Award holders must maintain satisfactory progress in their programs of study and remain registered as full-time students for each term of the award payment. If the College of Graduate Studies determines that a student is making unsatisfactory progress, the IDTP awarded to that student will be cancelled

Deferrals

  • Deferrals will be permitted provided that funding for this award remains available

Leave of Absence

  • Students granted a leave of absence retain the full value of any university graduate fellowship or other award whose terms and conditions are established by the College of Graduate Studies. Awards will be suspended at the onset of the leave, and reinstated at the termination of the leave period, provided the student returns to full-time study

Withdrawals:

  • If an award holder withdraws from their program of study, the funding received during the term for which the withdrawal is processed will be recovered by the College of Graduate Studies

Program Completion

  • If an award holder completes the requirements of their program, the IDTP award amount will be prorated to the end of the month in which the College of Graduate Studies confirms that all program requirements have been completed

Further Information

Questions? Please contact: graduateawards.ok@ubc.ca