As part of Carleton University’s 75th anniversary celebration, the Faculty of Engineering and Design is pleased to offer CU75 Graduate Scholarships, valued at up to $45,000 per year for up to three years*. The following CU75 Graduate Scholarships are currently being offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Design:

CU75 Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Scholarship
CU75 Electronics Graduate Scholarship
CU75 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Scholarship
CU75 Systems and Computer Engineering Graduate Scholarship


CU75 Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Scholarship

This opportunity is open to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents intending to study in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carleton University at either the Master of Applied Science (MASc) or PhD level.

To be considered, apply to one of our programs through the normal OUAC process. You will be asked to submit a “Preference Form” as one of your supplementary Forms. In the section of your Preference Form asking about “Financial Support”, simply indicate “I wish to be considered for the CU75 Scholarship” as the description of one of your sources of funding. To be eligible for the CU75 Scholarship, your application must be received by May 31, 2018.

Available Funding is Comprised of:

  • $20,000 per year CU75 Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Scholarship
    (2 years for MASc students, 3 years for PhD students)
  • $10,000 per year Research Assistantship
  • Up to $10,288 per year Teaching Assistantship, based upon GPA
  • Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships, based upon entrance GPA

*Full funding package available for students entering with and maintaining a GPA of 10.5.

Terms of Reference

The CU75 Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Scholarship is valued at $20,000 per year, awarded by the Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering to an outstanding graduate student entering a MASc or PhD program of study offered by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

The CU75 Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Scholarship will be augmented with a Research Assistantship valued at $10,000 per year and a Teaching Assistantship valued at up to $10,288 per year based upon GPA. Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships are also available based upon on entrance GPA.

Recipients must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada (landed immigrant or a protected person).

Once the funding period for the CU75 Graduate Scholarship has expired, qualifying students may access regular graduate student funding packages in the range of $20,000-$25,000 per year.


CU75 Electronics Graduate Scholarship

This opportunity is open to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents intending to study in the Department of Electronics at Carleton University at either the Master of Applied Science (MASc) or PhD level.

To be considered, apply to one of our programs through the normal OUAC process. You will be asked to submit a “Preference Form” as one of your supplementary Forms. In the section of your Preference Form asking about “Financial Support”, simply indicate “I wish to be considered for the CU75 Scholarship” as the description of one of your sources of funding. To be eligible for the CU75 Scholarship, your application must be received by May 31, 2018.

Available Funding is Comprised of:

  • $20,000 per year CU75 Electronics Graduate Scholarship
    (2 years for MASc students, 3 years for PhD students)
  • $10,000 per year Research Assistantship
  • Up to $10,288 per year Teaching Assistantship, based upon GPA
  • Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships, based upon entrance GPA

*Full funding package available for students entering with and maintaining a GPA of 10.5.

Terms of Reference

The CU75 Electronics Graduate Scholarship is valued at $20,000 per year, awarded by the Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of Electronics to an outstanding graduate student entering a MASc or PhD program of study offered by the Department of Electronics.

The CU75 Electronics Graduate Scholarship will be augmented with a Research Assistantship valued at $10,000 per year and a Teaching Assistantship valued at up to $10,288 per year based upon GPA. Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships are also available based upon on entrance GPA.

Recipients must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada (landed immigrant or a protected person).

Once the funding period for the CU75 Graduate Scholarship has expired, qualifying students may access regular graduate student funding packages in the range of $20,000-$25,000 per year.


CU75 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Scholarship

This opportunity is open to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents intending to study in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Carleton University at either the Master of Applied Science (MASc) or PhD level.

To be considered, apply to one of our programs through the normal OUAC process. You will be asked to submit a “Preference Form” as one of your supplementary Forms. In the section of your Preference Form asking about “Financial Support”, simply indicate “I wish to be considered for the CU75 Scholarship” as the description of one of your sources of funding. To be eligible for the CU75 Scholarship, your application must be received by May 31, 2018.

Available Funding is Comprised of:

  • $20,000 per year CU75 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Scholarship
    (2 years for MASc students, 3 years for PhD students)
  • $10,000 per year Research Assistantship
  • Up to $10,288 per year Teaching Assistantship, based upon GPA
  • Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships, based upon entrance GPA

*Full funding package available for students entering with and maintaining a GPA of 10.5.

Terms of Reference

The CU75 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Scholarship is valued at $20,000 per year, awarded by the Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering to an outstanding graduate student entering a MASc or PhD program of study offered by the Department of Mechanical an Aerospace Engineering.

The CU75 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Scholarship will be augmented with a Research Assistantship valued at $10,000 per year and a Teaching Assistantship valued at up to $10,288 per year based upon GPA. Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships are also available based upon on entrance GPA.

Recipients must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada (landed immigrant or a protected person).

Once the funding period for the CU75 Graduate Scholarship has expired, qualifying students may access regular graduate student funding packages in the range of $20,000-$25,000 per year.


CU75 Systems and Computer Engineering Graduate Scholarship

This opportunity is open to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents intending to study in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University at either the Master of Applied Science (MASc) or PhD level.

To be considered, apply to one of our programs through the normal OUAC process. You will be asked to submit a “Preference Form” as one of your supplementary Forms. In the section of your Preference Form asking about “Financial Support”, simply indicate “I wish to be considered for the CU75 Scholarship” as the description of one of your sources of funding. To be eligible for the CU75 Scholarship, your application must be received by May 31, 2018.

Available Funding is Comprised of:

  • $20,000 per year CU75 Systems and Computer Engineering Graduate Scholarship
    (2 years for MASc students, 3 years for PhD students)
  • $10,000 per year Research Assistantship
  • Up to $10,288 per year Teaching Assistantship, based upon GPA
  • Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships, based upon entrance GPA

*Full funding package available for students entering with and maintaining a GPA of 10.5.

Terms of Reference

The CU75 Systems and Computer Engineering Graduate Scholarship is valued at $20,000 per year, awarded by the Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering to an outstanding graduate student entering a MASc or PhD program of study offered by the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering.

The CU75 Systems and Computer Engineering Graduate Scholarship will be augmented with a Research Assistantship valued at $10,000 per year and a Teaching Assistantship valued at up to $10,288 per year based upon GPA. Up to $5,000 in additional scholarships are also available based upon on entrance GPA.

Recipients must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada (landed immigrant or a protected person).

Once the funding period for the CU75 Graduate Scholarship has expired, qualifying students may access regular graduate student funding packages in the range of $20,000-$25,000 per year.