If you’re looking to pursue a PhD in Education and aspire to study in Canada, Queen’s University offers an exceptional opportunity. Our PhD program is fully funded and designed to nurture scholars through mentorship and collaborative research experiences. Here’s everything you need to know about this exciting academic journey.
Mentorship and Collaborative Research
At Queen’s University, our PhD program follows a mentorship model. This means that new scholars work closely with established experts and engage in collaborative research groups. Your coursework will be completed under the guidance of leading experts across the education spectrum. This approach not only enriches your learning experience but also enhances your research skills.
Innovative Contributions to Education
Our PhD graduates are known for their innovative contributions to the field of education. They play a pivotal role in transforming theory, policy, and practice. As a PhD student at Queen’s University, you will have the opportunity to contribute to this legacy of excellence.
Diverse Areas of Expertise
Our faculty brings together diverse perspectives on education, fostering multidisciplinary expertise in various areas, including:
- 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
To be eligible for our fully funded PhD program, you must meet the following criteria:
- Successful completion of a Master’s degree in Education or an equivalent advanced-level credential with first-class standing (A- or 80% or higher) from a recognized university.
- Professional experience in education or a related field is considered an asset.
PhD Funding Coverage
We offer competitive funding packages to our PhD students based on academic merit. These packages may include scholarships, fellowships, external awards, research assistantships, teaching assistantships, or graduate teaching fellowships.
For eligible full-time PhD students, the minimum guaranteed funding package is $20,000 per year for the first 12 terms, with many students receiving additional funded opportunities. Those who secure a Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Teaching, and/or Research Assistantship typically receive an average funding of approximately $25,000 per year.
Applications to our graduate programs open in September for admission the following year. To apply for the PhD program, follow these steps:
- Visit the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs website.
- Complete the online application, including the application fee.
- Submit the following documents to [email protected]:
- A completed and signed electronic version of the Research Proposal Form
- An electronic PDF copy of your resumé/curriculum vitae
Make sure to complete your application by the deadline, which is January 15. Late applications are not considered. Our program starts in September each year.
How to Apply?
Before you apply, reach out to a supervisor who can support your studies and research throughout the program. Your journey to a fully funded PhD in Education at Queen’s University begins here!
To apply, click here