Once you have logged into Carleton central go to prepare your application, next step is program details, you will then see a black button supplementary forms. All the forms you need for your application will be located under the black button.
Estimating the cost of a year at Carleton will vary depending on your program of study and lifestyle preferences. For a general idea what you should expect to spend over the course of a year (tuition and living expenses) please visit https://graduate.carleton.ca/international/cost-and-fees/
To check the status of your application and ensure all documents have been received you can log into Carleton central using the provided credential you received for your application. It is your responsibility to ensure all documents have been received and the correct forms such as preference form have been submitted.
Carleton operates on a rolling admission timeline after the first deadline of February 1st, which means that the sooner your application and documents are received, the sooner we can review your application. Generally, admission decisions are made within 6-8 weeks of receiving all documentation required to complete your application. Please do not send an email asking when you will have a decision, those emails will not be responded to.
Carleton receives a large number of high quality applications from international students each year for a limited number of spaces. Consideration for funding, is made at the time of admission. A separate application is not required.
All new full-time international Ph.D. student (if they are not supported through an existing international funding arrangement) will be eligible to:
Receive a bursary (IDTS) (up to five years) that will reduce their tuition to the amount paid by domestic Ph.D. students in the same program.
Receive a $13k award that consists of a full TA (for Fall and Winter terms for five years) and a summer scholarship (around $2000) (for four years, if they meet the requirements to be a TA)
There are three types of funding: teaching assistantships (TAs), research assistantships (RAs), and scholarships. TAs and scholarships are offered to students with excellent academic background. TAs are about $11,006.00 per year. Scholarships have various amounts and durations. The number of TAs and scholarships are awarded depend on the number of applicants and availability of funds.
If you apply for a program with a thesis or research project component, you may be offered an RA from your supervisor. RA amounts vary.
If your first language is not English or you did not complete your undergraduate studies at an English-speaking university, you must meet the English language requirement. The language requirement must be satisfied before your application will be processed.
In this case, admission is contingent on the mathematics and statistics courses that you have taken. You need at least seven half-credit courses equivalent to third-year or fourth-year honours mathematics or statistics courses in one of our Honours BMath programs.
Otherwise, applicants holding a general (three-year) degree with an overall GPA of at least B+ may be admitted to the Master’s program with 2.5 years duration and the requirement that certain undergraduate courses be completed during the first year with grades of at least B+. Details are outlined in the General Regulations section of this Calendar.
To get an internship, you must first of all have a supervisor who is able to evaluate your internship. If you do not have full support from your supervisor, an internship cannot be arranged. You will also need to have completed two terms of full-time study in your program before an internship can begin.
You will need to speak with the internship co-ordinator at least one term in advance to see if an internship can be arranged. Note that there is no guarantee for placement and the chance of getting an internship depends on your academic record and skills.
Note that no more than two internships will be approved for your program.
You must take at least one course per registered term. Full-time students typically take two to three courses per term. Part-time students cannot take more than two courses per term. Students in a thesis option only need to register for the thesis once they have completed all the course requirements.