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As a Medical Biophysics PhD student, you will receive a take-home stipend of $16,400/year ($1,366.66/month) to assist with your living expenses. Students with a minimum graduate admission average of 78% (as determined by the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies) will receive a WGRS (Western Graduate Research Scholarship) currently worth $4,500/year ($1,500/term) to offset a portion of their tuition costs. In order for a PhD student to maintain WGRS eligibility, s/he must maintain a minimum 80% average throughout his/her studies.
Your graduate supervisor will cover the remaining annual tuition owed on a per term basis in addition to your stipend ($16,400/year) for living expenses. In order for a PhD student to maintain WGRS eligibility, s/he must maintain a minimum 80% average throughout his/her studies.
For complete information about financial support for Medical Biophysics PhD students, please refer to the Medical Biophysics Graduate Handbook.