Graduate students accepted to our program are awarded financial support in the form of part-time physics project assistantships at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre (contingent on continued acceptable performance). Graduate student funding is also available through teaching assistantships offered by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Calgary.
Supervisors' funding is also available and scholarships offered through granting agencies such as NSERC,CIHR, may be obtained by suitable candidates. Students entering into graduate programs are strongly encouraged to apply to these scholarships. Scholarships and awards and also offered through the department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Calgary.