Tuition fees and scholarships

Study in French 

''Studying  in French'' Scholarship for International Students 

International students newly enrolled in one of the University’s French programs:
  • Honours Bachelor and Master levels: a $1,500 scholarship per term;
  • Doctorate: a scholarship of more than $4,500 per term, i.e. the same tuition fees as Canadians.

This scholarship is granted:

  • For a maximum of four years based on eight sessions;
  • For a maximum of two years for a master’s and four years for a doctorate, based on three sessions per year.

General conditions for admission:

  • • Have submitted an application for admission for the first time to Saint Paul University in a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral program offered in French (that is, not have studied at Saint Paul University previously), according to the conditions for admission of the program chosen, and have an admission average of 85% or higher.

Specific conditions for graduate students

  • Have obtained your previous degree in French, with at least 60% of courses taken in French. 

Enrolment conditions to maintain this scholarship throughout your studies

Undergraduate:

  • Be registered full-time in a program that is offered in French and take at least three courses in French (9 credits) per session.

Graduate:

  • Be registered full-time in a program that is offered in French and take most of your courses in French.

Students who receive this scholarship are not eligible for the Admission Scholarship Program.

For more information, please contact info@ustpaul.ca