Funded physics masters programs

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I was wondering if you guys know of any funded masters programs in physics - tuition waiver + stipend; or only stipend enough to cover tuition and modest living expenses. I am not too particular about the country but I am looking for programs where the norm is that the department funds all their incoming students. Any input is much appreciated!

I found the following ones:
Miami University, OH
San Diego State University
North Dakota State University
 

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In Canadian universities, it's typical that master's students are funded, if you're interested in the Great White North.
 
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Is there a University of Yellowknife?
 
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In Canadian universities, it's typical that master's students are funded, if you're interested in the Great White North.
Hey thanks. I did apply to a few masters programs in Canada.
 
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Is there a University of Yellowknife?
No need to go that far for the "Great White North." I once spent a day sightseeing in Calgary during a blizzard... in mid May!
 
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No need to go that far for the "Great White North." I once spent a day sightseeing in Calgary during a blizzard... in mid May!
Sounds about right. Oddly enough, Calgary's had more rain than snow this Winter. Temperatures have been above freezing since mid January o_O.
 

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