There are a number financial aid options for students enrolled in our undergraduate and graduate programs.
Students enrolled in an undergraduate pharmacy degree program can take advantage of various funding sources.
There are various funding sources available to students who want to enroll at the graduate level. Most scholarships are based on academic record rather than financial need.
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FESP) Student Success Scholarships are available to students enrolled in master’s or PhD program in the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. The scholarships are designed to help students succeed and graduate on time, i.e., 4 to 6 full-time semesters for a master’s and 8 to 12 semesters for a PhD (12 credits per semester).
See the Faculty plan for awarding FESP Student Success Scholarships (in French only) (in effect from May 1, 2021 to April 30, 2022).
You must apply by the end of the semester in which you complete the requirement. The semester ends the day before the next one starts.
Also see guide to applying for an FESP Student Success Scholarship on Capsule (PDF, 283 KB - in French only) to apply online.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions during the application process.
The goal of the Teaching and Research Fund (FER) is to promote teaching and research at the faculty through financial support for activities and projects that align with its academic mission. The FER supports research and development projects undertaken within the faculty and offers substantial scholarships to attract students to pharmacy.
Faculty Circle conference scholarships support graduate students in the Université Laval Faculty of Pharmacy who wish to present their results (orally or in writing) at conferences in Canada or abroad. The program also boosts the Faculty of Pharmacy’s visibility on the national and international stage.
As most faculty professors who supervise graduate students are subsidized by external organizations, they can use these subsidies directly to employ students as research assistants.
This position involves helping supervise undergraduate students in hands-on activities and proctoring and grading exams under the supervision of the professor teaching the course.
A certain number of graduate students, mostly in PhD programs, are hired to teach undergraduate pharmacy courses in their field of research.
See the Université Laval Student Awards and Financial Aid Office website for information about the many scholarship programs offered by governments and granting agencies. You’ll also information about:
Contact the Université Laval Student Awards and Financial Aid Office (BBAF) for information about the Citizens of the World Scholarship