MCL Admission Requirements
- 3 years working experience in the field of conservation post bachelor's degree
- A B+ (77%) average in the last completed degree
We welcome applicants from conventional and non-conventional educational pathways. If you are interested in the MCL program and have a lower average in the last completed degree but hold considerable conservation leadership experience, contact us at email@example.com to discuss admission options.
Tuition for this program is $4,800 per semester, which includes:
- all the courses
- course material
- monthly discussions with conservation leaders
- leadership assessment and access to leadership coach
Tuition for international students is $6,000 per semester.
There will be an additional fee for the residencies, which will not exceed $4,000 total over the course of the program, with no single residency fee exceeding $1,500. The fee includes all accommodations, program costs, and some meals, as well as honoraria for elders, and other non-curricular aspects of the program, but does not include travel to the residency site.
Several program funding options are available to you in the Master of Conservation Leadership. Most students accepted into the MCL program have been successful in receiving funding. Our scholarships include:
|Scholarship Name||Value||Eligibility||How to Apply|
|Billes Conservation Leadership Scholarship||5 awards of $8,000||This scholarship is available to incoming students with excellent applications||No application required|
|Two Eyed Seeing/Etuaptmumk Indigenous Scholarship||1 award of $10,000||This scholarship is available to an incoming Indigenous student||Apply by letter to the department by February 15 of the cohort year|