Graduate Program

 
why study sociology?

 

Our MA and PhD programs center on independent research projects guided by supportive supervisors to develop transferable skills that will help you compete successfully in the academic job market or other sectors of the labour market. We are very excited that you are a part of our community.


APPLICATION for Fall 2023
 will open on October 15 until January 15, 2023. Interested in our programs? Read more here

 

Observing the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

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Equity and Diversity Award and Scholarship Opportunties

London Police Association Indigenous Community Impact Award

Awarded annually to a self-identified Indigenous (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) graduate student enrolled in a Master’s program in Sociology who is conducting applied research on issues of power and justice which could include a focus on issues such as policing practice, legal and justice practices, the inter-relation or work across core social services, mental health, community wellbeing, and/or Indigenous applications of justice.

London Police Services Community Impact Award

Awarded annually to a graduate student enrolled in a Master’s program in Sociology who is Black or a person of colour, who has experiences hardship, economic disadvantage or discrimination. This student will be conducting applied research on issues of power and justice which prioritize a focus on issues such as policing practice, but may include legal and justice practices, the inter-relation or world across core social services, mental health, community wellbeing, and applications of justice.

RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARD OPPORTUNITIES

London Police Association Indigenous Community Impact Award
London Police Services Community Impact Award

Equity and Diversity Social Science Doctoral Fellowship (EDSSDF)

Western Funding - see more
External Funding Opportunities - see more

 

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