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Tuition Assistance & Bursary Benefit

As a community McMaster is dedicated to the pursuit of lifelong learning.  The Tuition Assistance and Bursary Benefits are an expression of that dedication and emphasize the University’s commitment to the well-being of its employees and their families.

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The Tuition Assistance and Bursary benefits are intended to help employees and their dependents achieve their professional potential through academic credit education. This benefit is not intended for personal interest training. There are other benefits available to employees who wish to pursue other training and development opportunities associated with their career. Review one of the following policies for more information or review our learning and development webpage for more options.

Related Policies:

Tuition Assistance for Active Employees

Tuition Assistance is available for the following:

Tuition Bursary for Dependants & Spouses

Tuition Bursary is available for courses taken as required to support the completion of:

  • McMaster University undergraduate and graduate degree programs
  • non-McMaster University undergraduate and graduate degree programs and college diploma programs from accredited Canadian universities and colleges

Tuition Assistance for Retirees

Retiree Tuition Assistance is available for the following:

For inquiries, please contact hr.mcmaster@mcmaster.ca