Northeastern University-Toronto has a number of scholarships and financing options to help you achieve your goals.

Regional Campus Scholarship

Select merit based scholarships worth up to 25 percent of total program cost are available to new domestic students who enroll and start a master’s program at one of our four regional graduate campuses—in Charlotte, Seattle, San Francisco Bay Area, or Toronto. For more details, including details about the application process, click here or reach out to

*Only applicable to Northeastern University-Toronto’s three featured programs, namely MS in Project Management, MS in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices and MS in Cybersecurity, and Canadian citizens and permanent residents living in Ontario, Canada.

Dean's Scholarship

The Dean’s Scholarship covers tuition based on the following guidelines:

Full-time students are eligible for a graduate tuition scholarship of up to one-third of tuition. The maximum dollar amount may not exceed the tuition charged for four semester hours in each term of full-time registration.

Part-time students are eligible for a graduate tuition scholarship of up to one-quarter of their tuition. The maximum dollar amount may not exceed the tuition charged for two semester hours in each term of part-time registration. Learn more.

*Applicable to the MS in Cybersecurity program only.

Women in Cybersecurity Scholarship

Northeastern University is committed to broadening participation in technology, including computer science and cybersecurity. With this goal in mind, our new Women in Cybersecurity scholarship provides a scholarship of $10,000 CAD for women pursuing the Master of Science in Cybersecurity at the Northeastern University—Toronto campus. This scholarship will be awarded to up to three new students who begin their studies in January 2020.

Please email Jordan Becker, Assistant Director of Student Recruitment and Enrollment, at to learn more about this scholarship opportunity and the application process.

*Only applicable to the Northeastern University—Toronto MS in Cybersecurity program, and open to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

Double Husky Scholarship

The Double Husky Scholarship is helping Northeastern alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of up to 25 percent on more than 100 eligible degree programs. As an alumnus or alumna of Northeastern, you are automatically considered for the scholarship when you apply to one of the eligible graduate degree programs. Learn more.

Study in Canada Scholarship

Admitted international students from select countries are eligible for the Study in Canada Scholarships program. This program offers academic scholarships for up to two years of study and is open to students from all disciplines. Click here for information on eligibility and the application process.

Please contact Evan Clarke at if you are interested in applying.