Toronto Metropolitan University will be closed from the end of the day on December 22, 2023, to January 7, 2024 (inclusive). Program staff will respond to inquiries upon their return on January 8.
During the closure, applicants who have started their application process can continue uploading documents. New applicants can complete the first part of their application (external link) but will only receive an email with follow-up instructions to upload their documents until the university reopens in January.
Fees and Funding
PhD in Management students are charged fees by term. For each term that a student is registered in the program they would pay one-third of the yearly tuition plus ancillary fees. For a full listing of tuition and ancillary fees please visit the Registrar (RO) Graduate Fees webpage.
Additional information on Financing Your Studies can be found on the Yeates School of Graduate Studies website.
|Program||Yearly domestic fees||Yearly international fees|
|PhD in Management Full-Time||$8,976.62 - 10,008.70*
|PhD in Management Part-Time||$4,151.57 - 4,667.61*||n/a|
* The PhD in Management program fees published by Toronto Metropolitan University reflect the cost of the program for the current academic year (2023-2024). The PhD in Management program takes four years full-time and six years part-time to complete. As such, the total cost of the program is the published total for one year of study. The fees for the next academic year (2024-2025) will be published by the University over the summer.
Each full-time PhD in Management candidate is eligible for a funding package of up to $30,000 each year for four years. The package will include research grants, scholarships, and graduate assistantships.
The annual renewal of funding is subject to student’s performance in the program, including, but not limited to: maintaining a full-time enrollment and a clear academic standing, satisfactory job performance as a Graduate Assistant, and successful progression through the program's Milestones.
Graduate Research Scholarships - Retail Management
The School of Retail Management has established two (2) scholarships of $5,000 each for students in the MScM and PhD. This award recognizes and rewards distinguished scholarship and retail focused research. Priority will be given to PhD students.
- Be enrolled as a full-time or part-time graduate student in the MScM or PhD program
- Interest in Retail-focused research*
- Supervisor and/or committee members from Ted Rogers School of Retail Management
$5000 per award
Deadline to apply
January 9, 2023
Current students must submit their application to firstname.lastname@example.org (opens in new window) by January 9, 2023 for consideration.
- Current CV
- Research Statement – i.e. a) 500 word written statement that outlines your
- Interest or current Retail-focused research
- Identify your Supervisor and/or Committee member from Ted Rogers School of Retail Management
*Retail-focused research examples include: retail technology, consumer analytics, consumer behavior/psychology, experiential value, data analysis, digital retailing, social media marketing, supply chain, omni-channel retailing, retail formats, customer/vendor relationship management, e-commerce, branding/advertising, circular economy, category management, retail leadership, employee relations, etc.
Graduate Scholarships and Awards
For more information and a comprehensive list of university-wide; provincial; federal and international awards to help fund your graduate studies at Toronto Metropolitan University, please visit the university's Scholarships and Awards webpage.
Terms and Conditions
By accepting funding from Toronto Metropolitan University, you agree to the following Terms and Conditions.
The Black Graduate Student awards are a suite of awards and bursaries established by Yeates School of Graduate Studies (YSGS) to support Black Students pursuing graduate studies.
The Indigenous Graduate Student Awards comprise of an award and a bursary established by the Yeates School of Graduate Studies to support Indigenous students in pursuing graduate education at Toronto Met. These awards recognize excellence and/or alleviate some of the financial burden associated with graduate education.
The Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE) Award has been established by a friend of the Rotary Club through the Toronto Eglinton Rotary Charitable Foundation to encourage Indigenous students to pursue graduate studies with the hope of increasing the number of Indigenous Peoples entering careers in academia.
Indspire is a national Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous Peoples for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada. They offer a number of bursaries, awards and scholarships (external link) for post-secondary students with deadlines throughout the year.