Sunday, December 13, 2009

Women & Gender Studies - Canada

The Graduate Collaborative Program in Women and Gender Studies (CWGS) provides a formal educational context for the pursuit of interdisciplinary research in women and gender studies and advanced feminist scholarship. The program, offered at the master's and doctoral levels, provides a central coordinating structure to facilitate and disseminate research in women and gender studies through student and faculty research seminars, colloquia, circulation of work in progress, study groups, conferences, and publications. The CWGS contributes to the development of an integrated research community in women and gender studies at the University of Toronto.

The graduate programs listed above participate in the Collaborative Program in Women and Gender Studies at the University of Toronto. The collaborating units contribute courses and provide facilities and supervision for graduate research. The program is administered by the Women and Gender Studies Institute (WGSI). The CWGS brings together 33 graduate programs providing more than 100 courses and involving over 100 graduate faculty members.

Students who successfully complete the requirements of the collaborative program will receive the notation “Completed Collaborative Program in Women and Gender Studies” on their transcript, in addition to the master's or doctoral degree from their home graduate unit.


Degrees Offered
Women and Gender Studies - MA

Frequently Asked Questions
(Data based upon 2008-2009 academic year)





1. Which tests are required for admission?
(Please specify).

Domestic Students

MA - N/A

International Students

MA - EFT*



2. What is the tuition fee** for the program?

MA - $6,121


MA - $13,892





3. What is the minimum guaranteed funding available in the
Doctoral stream program?
Doctoral Stream

MA - $22,156

Doctoral Stream

MA - $30,683




4. Is direct entry from a four-year Bachelor’s degree to a PhD
program available?


N/A


N/A

5. a) Is a supervisor identified before/after admission?



b) Is a supervisor assigned by a graduate unit or secured by
an applicant?
MA - Before




MA - Unit
MA - Before



MA - Unit



* EFT - English Facility Test (check English Facility Requirements)
** Tuition fee does not include incidental and other fees
more details : www.study-canada.info

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