Students are normally responsible for all costs associated with participation in the DEVS 410 and 420* courses, over and above the cost of tuition.
In most cases, placement opportunities are non-paying positions. This means that students must fundraise themselves in order to cover tuition, airfare, accommodation, and living expenses. It's a good idea to start saving well in advance so that you can participate in the work / study abroad component of the DEVS programme.
Development Studies offers the Dr. Claude H. Vipond Award which has been designated specifically to assist students pursuing a DEVS 410 Work Study placement.
Queen's University offers bursaries that DEVS students can apply for: Queen's Bursaries or Queen's Exchange Bursary.
If you are returning from an International Exchange you may apply for a Dean's Special Scholarship for Students Returning from Exchange.
Please consult the Academic Calendar for a full list of awards and prizes.
Certain external granting agencies also offer sources of funding. External Sources of Funding.
If you discover additional sources of funding, please share the information with us by sending details to firstname.lastname@example.org.