Need-based awards from external and university sources are administered through Student Services' Financial Assistance office. Financial Aid comes in the form of university administered bursaries and loans, as well as government loans and grants. For more information regarding eligibility, please visit http://students.sfu.ca/fa/.
Students who have taken undergraduate business courses may be eligible for teaching assistantship positions or marker positions. Qualified master's students may be hired to do various tasks such as conduct weekly tutorials, mark assignments and exams, hold office hours, respond to student emails and assist the professor of a given undergraduate course. Students are paid based on the number of hours worked weekly. The average time commitment per week is eight to ten hours.
Work Study Program
The work-study program provides part-time, on-campus jobs for full-time graduate students. These terms provide financial assistance and career-related employment experience to students in high financial need. For more information on this program, please visit http://students.sfu.ca/fa/workstudy/students.html.
Students in the Master of Science in Finance program are also eligible to apply for university-wide graduate scholarships. Please visit the Graduate Awards Database for a complete listing.
- Cost: $27,000* + up to $4,500** for preparatory courses
- * Subject to senate approval
- ** $1,500 per preparatory courses (maximum of 3 courses)