Fully Funded PhD in Education at Queen’s University
Queen’s University PhD program works on a mentorship model where new scholars work closely with established experts and collaborative research groups. Coursework is completed under the supervision of leading experts across the education spectrum.
Our PhD graduates contribute innovative work transforming theory, policy and practice. We offer competitive funding packages and opportunities for our PhD students to be teaching or research fellows, as well as research or teaching assistants.
Our faculty brings together diverse perspectives on education and foster multidisciplinary expertise in the following areas:
- Arts Education
- Assessment and Evaluation
- Curriculum Studies
- Early Childhood Education
- Educational Psychology
- History and Philosophy of Education
- Indigenous Education and Land-Based Learning
- International Education
- Language and Literacy
- Leadership and Policy Studies
- Math, Science and Technology in Education
- Outdoor Education
- Social Justice and Inclusion
- Successful completion of a Master’s degree in Education or equivalent advanced-level credential with first-class standing (A- or 80% or higher) at a recognized university.
- Professional experience in education or a related field is an asset.
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PhD Funding Coverage
Funding packages are awarded to students based on academic merit and they may consist of any or a combination of the following: scholarships, fellowships, external awards the student may bring with them, internal awards, research assistantships, teaching assistantships or graduate teaching fellowships.
The minimum guaranteed funding package for eligible full-time PhD students is $20,000 per year (first 12 terms), with most students receiving additional funded opportunities.
Normally, if students apply for and successfully obtain a Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Teaching and/or Research Assistantship the average funding for eligible PhD students is approximately $25,000 per year.
Applications to all graduate programs are made through the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs website starting in September for admission the following year.
In addition to the online application and application fee, PhD applicants are required to submit the following documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- one completed and signed electronic version of the Research Proposal Form
- an electronic PDF copy of resumé/curriculum vitae
Completed applications (including submission of transcripts, references, CV and research proposal form) are due by January 15. Late applications are not considered. Our program begins in September of each year.
How to Apply?
Before you apply, you will contact a supervisor who supports your studies and research throughout the program.