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Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

Name of the Scholarship: Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

 

Link: https://vanier.gc.ca/en/home-accueil.html

 

Eligibility: Confirm that you and your nominating institution meet all the criteria below before you apply for a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS).

  • Nominations that do not meet all of the eligibility criteria will be deemed ineligible.

Candidate eligibility

  • Citizenship Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada and foreign citizens are eligible to be nominated for a Vanier CGS.
  • Eligibility to apply for a Vanier CGS
    To be considered for a Vanier CGS, you must:
  • be nominated by only one Canadian institution, which must have received a Vanier CGS quotaFootnote1;
  • be pursuing your first doctoral degree (including joint program such as MD/PhD, DVM/PhD, or JD/PhD, MBA/PhD – if it has a demonstrated and significant research component);
  • intend to pursue, in the summer semester or the academic year following the announcement of results, full-time doctoral (or a joint graduate research program such as MD/PhD, DVM/PhD, JD/PhD, MBA/PhD) studies and research at the nominating institution; For joint graduate research programs, only the PhD portion of the program is eligible for funding.
  • have completed no more than 20 months of full-time study in your doctoral program as of May 1, 2024;
    The doctoral program would begin after the completion of a master’s degree. The months of study completed are calculated from the doctoral enrolment date.
  • have completed no more than 32 months of full-time study in your doctoral program (i.e., joint graduate research program, directly from bachelor’s, previously enrolled without obtaining master’s degree), by May 1, 2024 if:
  • enrolled in a joint graduate research program, e.g., MD/PhD, MA/PhD, MS/PhD, DVM/PhD. Applicants in this category have access to the 32-month window whether or not they were previously enrolled in a master’s program:
    The months of study are calculated starting from the date on which an applicant is officially registered in the joint graduate program. (For MA/PhD or MS/PhD, this will be the master’s registration date).
    enrolled directly from a bachelor’s to a PhD program (without having been previously enrolled in another graduate program);
  • The months of study completed are calculated from the doctoral enrolment date.
  • previously enrolled in a master’s program without obtaining the degree and subsequently starting a doctoral program.
  • The months of study completed are calculated from the original master’s enrolment date.
  • have achieved a first-class average, as determined by your institution, in each of the last two years of full-time study or equivalent. Candidates are encouraged to contact the institution for its definition of a first-class average; and
  • Note: Institutions may, at their discretion, accept Vanier CGS applications from individuals who have not obtained a first-class average; contact your proposed host institutions to determine their use of this eligibility criterion.
    cannot have already received a doctoral-level scholarship or fellowship from CIHR, NSERC or SSHRC to undertake or complete a doctoral program.
    Please note that only the PhD portion of a joint program is eligible for funding.

Eligibility of program of study

  • An eligible doctoral program must include a significant research component that leads to the completion of a thesis, major research project, dissertation, scholarly publication, performance, recital and/or exhibit that is merit/expert-reviewed at the institutional level as requirement for a completion of the program.
  • Joint graduate research programs with a professional degree (e.g., MD/PhD, DVM/PhD, JD/PhD, MBA/PhD) as well as clinically-oriented programs of study, including clinical psychology, are eligible programs if they have a significant autonomous research component, as described above.
  • Number of months of doctoral studies
    Regardless of disciplines, all prior doctoral-level studies that started in Canada or abroad, are considered in the evaluation of eligibility, and are considered to be continuous, full-time, and uninterrupted unless otherwise confirmed by the institution (including the summer months, unless on official leave). The Vanier-Banting Secretariat (the Secretariat) will count two months of part-time study as one month of full-time study.
  • Students who studied on a part-time basis must outline their part-time study in the Other Application material task attachment. The information also must be reflected in the transcripts.
  • Joint graduate research programs
  • If you are registered in a joint graduate research program, and a master’s degree is obtained as part of the program (for example, MA/PhD, MS/PhD), the months of study are calculated starting from the date on which you are officially registered in the joint program (including the master’s portion of the program).
  • If you are registered in an MD/PhD joint program, only the months of study in the PhD portion will be counted.
  • Nominating institution
  • The nominating institution must have received a Vanier CGS quota.
  • Eligibility to hold a Vanier CGS
  • Without exception, the Vanier CGS is tenable only at the eligible Canadian institution that submitted the nomination.

To hold the Vanier CGS, the candidate must:

  • be registeredFootnote2 in a full-time doctoral program (or joint graduate research program MA/PhD, MSc/PhD, or MD/PhD) at the nominating Canadian institution;
  • not hold a faculty appointment concurrently with a Vanier Scholarship unless they arrange for a leave of absence from the appointment;
  • remain enrolled and demonstrate continued satisfactory progress in their doctoral program;
    not hold, or have held, a doctoral-level scholarship or fellowship from CIHR, NSERC or SSHRC to undertake or complete a doctoral program;
  • not be concurrently holding any other SSHRC, NSERC or CIHR training award (note: Michael Smith Foreign Studies Supplement excepted); and
    begin their award within 12 months of the earliest possible start date and start on May 1, September 1, or January 1 following the offer of award.
  • Part-time studies
  • A Vanier CGS may be held by students who are registered part-time due to disability, parental or medical reasons, or family-related responsibilities. For eligible part-time students, the Vanier CGS will be equivalent to full-time funding spread over a longer period of time.
  • Canadian federal government employees
  • Please refer to the Tri-agency policy on the use of funds for federal government employees applying to granting agency programs to determine eligibility.

Multiple applications

  • Eligible candidates may apply to both the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships program and other agency-specific doctoral-level scholarship/fellowships programs (whether to the same or a different federal granting agency) in the same academic year, provided that the research proposed in each application falls within the mandate of the federal granting agency to which the application is submitted. For more information, please refer to Identify area of research.
  • Note: since eligibility, evaluation criteria and competition deadlines are different; applications submitted to Vanier CGS are not considered in agency-specific doctoral award competitions. You must apply to each program individually.
  • Candidates who are successful in both competitions will have to choose which award to accept.
 
Amount: Valued at $50,000 per year for three years during doctoral studies

 

Application Process: Application/nomination instructions

  • Those wishing to apply for a Vanier CGS should verify that the institution to which they are applying for doctoral studies has a Vanier CGS quota.
  • Candidates must be nominated by the institution at which they want to study. Candidates cannot apply directly to the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) program. Vanier CGS application packages submitted through ResearchNet will first be submitted to the Canadian institution that will be putting forward their nomination.
  • Candidates should verify institutional internal deadlines with the administrator at the nominating institution.
  • Information provided in the application package must be self-contained. Links to external websites or documents hosted on a drive should not be included in the application.
  • Candidates should read the Selection Committee Guide prior to commencing their application. This guide lists the three evaluation criteria and has useful information on how the criteria are evaluated. Vanier CGS selection committees are multidisciplinary, and applications should therefore be written with a non-specialist research audience in mind.
  • You must also review the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion page before beginning the preparation of an application.
  • To be considered eligible for funding, candidates must attain an average score of at least 3.1 in each of the three criteria.
  • DORA: The agencies have signed the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), a global initiative whose purpose is to support the development and promotion of best practices in the assessment of scholarly research. As signatories of DORA, the three federal granting councils recognize that research contribution are not limited to published journal articles but can include a broader range of contributions.
  • Tips for applicants new to the Canadian academic system
  • Step 1: Begin your application by researching Canadian institutions through the Universities Canada website. We recommend browsing each university’s respective website and thoroughly researching the program of interest in which you would like to complete your doctorate degree, as well as supervisors for your proposed research.
  • Step 2: Consult the Vanier CGS quota page in order to ensure that your institution of interest has a quota for the year in which you are applying.

Competition process
Applications are initiated in one of two ways. Either:

  • the student informs the faculty of graduate studies at the selected institution of their intent to apply to the Vanier CGS program; or
  • the institution initiates the nomination process by contacting the desired candidate.
  • Applications are prepared by the student and submitted to the nominating institution by their internal deadline (set in ResearchNet by the nominating institution) using the ResearchNet application system.
  • The nominating institution performs the internal candidate selection process.
  • The nominating institution forwards recommended nominations to the Vanier-Banting Secretariat (the Secretariat) by November 1, 2023 (20:00 Eastern Time).
  • The Secretariat coordinates the review process.
    The Secretariat presents the recommendations to the Tri-agency Programs (TAP) Steering Committee.
    The TAP Steering Committee endorses and approves final decisions for the Vanier CGS program.
  • Nominated candidates are notified of the competition results in April 2024.
    Important notes:
  • Each student can only be nominated once per competition. If more than one institution is interested in nominating an individual student for a Vanier CGS, the student must choose one institution to submit their nomination. Multiple nominations will not be accepted.
  • The institution is responsible for notifying candidates if their application is not selected for nomination to the Secretariat. The timing for this notification may vary by institution.
  • Students are responsible for contacting the institution for more information about selecting the appropriate federal granting agency, finding the appropriate contact person within a department/faculty, and for advice or questions related to content and how best to present the information in their application.
  • Information provided in your application package must be self-contained. Links to external websites or documents hosted on a drive should not be included in the application.

Application/nomination instructions

  • Individual application documents can be submitted in either English or French. If another language is required to express a particular idea (e.g., specialized concept), be sure to provide an explanation in French or English.
  • A complete Vanier CGS application package includes:
  • ResearchNet application form (includes two letters of reference, each with three sections)
  • CCV (limited entries; please see Completing the Common CV (CCV) for complete information)
  • research contributions (maximum one page)
  • personal leadership statement (maximum 2 pages for English applications; maximum of 2.5 pages for French applications)
  • special circumstances (maximum 1.0 page, optional)
  • two leadership letters of reference (maximum 2 pages)
  • research proposal (maximum 2 pages for English applications; maximum of 2.5 pages for French applications)
  • project references (maximum 5 pages)
  • transcripts
  • Important note: Applications submitted in French are now allowed an additional half a page for the Personal Leadership Statement and the Research Proposal.
  • This provision will ensure an equitable amount of space for Personal Leadership Statement and the Research Proposal written in either official language, as evidence demonstrates that documents written in French require approximately 20% more space than similar documents in English.
  • Any pages over the allotted page limit for the Personal Leadership Statement and the Research Proposal (maximum of 2 pages for English applications and maximum of 2.5 pages for French applications) will be removed with no further notification to the Applicant.

General application process

  • Applications must be prepared, finalized and submitted by applicants using ResearchNet.
    Any information that is not required or exceeds the page/character limits will be removed from the application prior to the review without notification.
    Applicants must preview all components of their application to ensure its completeness.
  • Applicants who wish to self-identify as an Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and/or Métis) applicant to their Canadian institution may do so by completing the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships ( Vanier CGS) : Voluntary Self-Identification Form for Indigenous Applicants [ PDF (409 KB) ] and uploading it to their application. Please note that selection committee members will not be made aware of which applicants have self-identified as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and/or Métis).
  • The Vanier-Banting Secretariat cannot legally accept an application until the “”Consent and Submit”” task is completed on ResearchNet.
  • These pages provide general instructions, but do not necessarily represent an exhaustive list of all information required to complete an application.
    Format of documents: Refer to “”Presentation standards for documents”” for the required format. All attachments to your application must be prepared according to the standards provided. Applications submitted that are not prepared according to the instructions provided may be deemed ineligible.
    For technical help, call 1-888-603-4178 or 613-954-1968 or email support-soutien@cihr-irsc.gc.ca from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
    For program-related help, contact vanier@cihr-irsc.gc.ca.

 

Participating Universities/Acceptable Programs: https://www.univcan.ca/universities/member-universities/

 

Acceptable Programs: Only PhD

 

Deadlines: Not updated on the page.

University of Waterloo (International Master’s Award of Excellence (IMAE))

Name of the Scholarship: University of Waterloo (International Master’s Award of Excellence (IMAE))

 

Link: https://uwaterloo.ca/graduate-studies-postdoctoral-affairs/awards/international-masters-award-excellence-imae

 
Eligibility: Eligibility & selection criteria:
  • International students who are registered full time and assessed international tuition fees.
  • Normally given to students in research-based programs (thesis or major research paper).
  • Will normally only be given to students entering the first term of their program (term 1.0).
  • Students must demonstrate academic excellence through criteria established by the Faculty.
  • Students must meet the academic progress requirements of their program and not have outstanding probationary admission requirements.
  • This award could be in addition to other internal or external scholarships (e.g., UW Graduate Scholarship, OGS, etc). Note: scholarships are different than sponsorships – see next bullet.
  • Normally, students should not be concurrently receiving foreign government or agency sponsorship (e.g., China Scholarship Council, Libyan sponsorship, etc) or be fully or partially self-funded in excess of the Faculty minimum levels of support.
  • Students grandparented under the existing IMSA program cannot be nominated for an IMAE; however, a student previously awarded an IMSA for a previously completed master’s degree can be nominated for an IMAE.
  • Students will be automatically considered for this award based on their application for admission.
  • Departments and/or Faculty will define their own internal process by which they select recipients based on the eligibility criteria and allocation.
  • Faculties may impose stricter eligibility criteria as appropriate.
 
Amount: The award will be valued at $2,500 per term for a maximum of five terms.
 
Application Process: Student selected automatically by Faculty/Department.
 
Participating Universities: University of Waterloo
 
Acceptable Programs: Level: Masters Program: Open to any program
 
Deadlines: Not updated on the page

University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship (UMGF)

Name of the Scholarship: University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship (UMGF)

 

Link: https://umanitoba.ca/graduate-studies/funding-awards-and-financial-aid/university-manitoba-graduate-fellowship-umgf

 

Eligibility: Students must have a minimum admission GPA of 3.0 to be considered for this award. Please contact your department as they may have a higher GPA requirement.

To hold an award:

  • Have been admitted to a graduate program at the University of Manitoba as a Master’s or Ph.D. student. Pre-master’s and Occasional students are not eligible.
  • Not have an active, admission‐related hold on their student account during their provisional admission period.
  • Be registered full‐time in a graduate program of study in the unit that recommends them for a UMGF, if they hold a UMGF award.

 

Amount: UMGF master’s awards are valued at $14,000 per year for 12 or 24 months, for up to a total of $28,000.

UMGF doctoral awards are valued at $18,000 per year for 12, 24, 36 or 48 months, for up to a total of $72,000.

Departments/units determine the value and duration of an award and must meet the eligibility criteria as outlined in the eligibility table.

 

Application Process: Please consult your department or unit for the UMGF application process and deadline. Once the department/unit determines their selection, students are recommended to the Faculty of Graduate Studies. FGS will notify the award recipients with an official letter via email.

 

Participating Universities: University of Manitoba

 

Acceptable Programs: Full-time master’s and PhD students.

University of Calgary Graduate Awards

Name of the Scholarship: University of Calgary Graduate Awards

 

Link: https://grad.ucalgary.ca/awards/award-guide/step-1-applying/eligibility

 

Eligibility: For competitive university awards administered through the Faculty of Graduate Studies, for the full award tenure

  • You should Be registered as a graduate student at the University of Calgary
  • Have tuition and general fees as a graduate student at the University of Calgary. Learn more about registration.
  • Meet the terms of reference of the award.
  • Accept the terms and conditions of the award and the Graduate Award Regulation.
    You should not
  • Be fully funded by a third party sponsor
  • Be in a course-based program unless the award terms of reference state otherwise
  • Be in Clinical Fellowship Training (FELW MD), Postgraduate Medical Education (Residency-PGME) or similar programs
  • Be in a profession/practice oriented doctoral degree program (ie. EDD, DDes, DBA, DNurs)
    Note: Students registered in a program structured for full-time employees and Master’s course-based students are eligible to hold program recommended awards.

 

Amount: Maximum award amount

  • To provide for fair distribution of University of Calgary academic competitive awards, the maximum amount a student can hold in ‘other awards’ and/or ‘university-wide awards’, as defined below, at any given time is:
  • Master’s: $20,500
  • Doctoral: $26,000
  • Students may hold one single award that exceeds the limit.

 

Application Process: Apply for the awards on the university website

 

Participating Universities: University of Calgary.

 

Acceptable Programs: Masters and Doctoral programs 

Queen’s University International Scholarships (Queen's University International Admission Scholarship )

Name of the Scholarship: Queen’s University International Scholarships (Queen’s University International Admission Scholarship)


Link: https://www.queensu.ca/studentawards/financial-aid/specific-student-groups/international-students


Eligibility: To be eligible for most international admission scholarships and awards you must be:

  • An international student (Canadian citizens, including those students holding dual-citizenship, and
  • permanent residents do not qualify for these awards)
  • Entering the first year of post-secondary education for the first time (graduates from a 2-year CEGEP program transferring into their second year of a Queen’s program remain eligible for Admission Scholarships and Awards)
 
Amount: Foreign scholarship holders receive 934 euros per month and health insurance costs. For scholarship holders with children, we also offer a child care allowance of 160 euros per child. The scholarship does not have to be repaid. Annual value $9,000

Application Process: You will be automatically considered for this award, no application is required

Participating Universities: Queen’s University

Acceptable Programs: All

Deadlines: You will be automatically considered for this award, no application is required

University of Saskatchewan International Student Awards (Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships)

Name of the Scholarship: University of Saskatchewan International Student Awards (Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships)

 

Link: https://admissions.usask.ca/money/scholarships.php#GuaranteedEntranceScholarships

 

Eligibility: You will be considered automatically for a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship if you are:

  • a current high school (secondary) student who plans to come to USask after you graduate, or
  • a student who has already graduated from high school (secondary) but has little or no previous post-secondary education (less than 18 transferable credit units).
 
Amount:
  • George and Marsha Ivany President’s First & Best Scholarships
  • Value: $40,000 ($10,000/year over four years)
  • Chancellors’ Scholarships
  • Value: $30,000 ($7,500/year over four years)
  • U of S Entrance Scholarships
  • Value: $24,000 ($6,000/year over four years)
  • Edwards Undergraduate Scholarships
  • Value: $24,000 ($6,000/year over four years)
  • College of Agriculture and Bioresources Renewable
  • Entrance Scholarships
  • Value: $12,000 ($3,000/year over four years)

 

Application Process:By December 1, submit the online application for admission, pay the application fee and ensure your transcript and other admission documents have been submitted to the Admissions Office.

 

Participating Universities: University of Saskatchewan

 

Acceptable Programs: UG

 

Deadlines: Apply for admission by Feb. 15
Did you know Feb. 15 is the deadline to apply for admission if you are planning to apply for Competitive Entrance Awards, International Baccalaureate (IB) awards and international student awards?

Simon Fraser University Financial Aid and Awards

Name of the Scholarship: Simon Fraser University Financial Aid and Awards


Link: https://www.sfu.ca/students/financialaid/grad/scholarships-awards.html


Eligibility: Your final grades must meet the academic requirements to maintain admission to your program of study for the Fall term. Entrance Scholarship recipients whose final grades are not in the 90% range in courses required for their primary program or 31 IB points will be contacted by the Financial Aid and Awards office for additional requirements. The minimum requirement for awards and most bursaries is final grades in the 80% range or the IB diploma score required for admission into your primary program. Predicted bonus points are not considered in the calculation.

 

Application Process: Apply online by logging in to the Student Information System (go.sfu.ca)


Participating Universities: Simon Fraser University


Ontario Graduate Scholarship

Name of the Scholarship: Ontario Graduate Scholarship

 

Link: https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/awards/ontario-graduate-scholarship/

 

Eligibility: Applicants must:

  • Be a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident, or Protected Person under subsection 95(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) by the student deadline as determined by each graduate unit; International students who are studying or plan to study at the University of Toronto under a temporary resident visa (student study permit) are eligible for a set number of OGS awards (valid study permits must be effective as of the graduate units’ OGS international application deadline);
  • COVID-19 exception: Currently registered international graduate students who have not yet been able to obtain a study permit due to COVID-19 circumstances are eligible to apply. However, these applicants must have a valid study permit in order to hold the award;
  • Be registered or intend to register in an eligible program on a full-time basis in 2024-2025;
    An eligible program is defined as a full-time program of study of two or three terms at the University of Toronto leading to a graduate degree. A full-time student is one who is in at least 60% of a full course load (40% for students with a permanent disability) or as defined by their institution. Program eligibility is determined individually by each graduate unit. Students should carefully review the information outlined by the graduate unit they intend to be registered in, to determine if their program is eligible for the graduate unit’s OGS competition.
  • Have not exceeded the lifetime maximum of government-funded support or maximum OGS/QEII support available ​for their current level of study (see Maximum Support below); and
  • Have achieved at least A- (or equivalent) in each of the last two completed years of study (full-time equivalent); or if the student has completed two years or more of graduate studies at the time of application, the student must only demonstrate an overall average of at least A- (or equivalent) on all graduate courses completed.
  • NEW: At the graduate unit’s discretion, exceptions may be made for highly meritorious applicants who are below the required GPA minimum. Examples of cases in which a unit may consider granting an exception include (but are not limited to): applicants with documented medical issues or family care responsibilities, applicants who have pursued alternative career paths, or mature students with professional experience. Contact your proposed graduate unit(s) to confirm their use of this eligibility criterion.
  • Note: If marks used for calculating an applicant’s grade point average (GPA) are not available (e.g., courses were graded on a pass-fail basis), then the next most recent available undergraduate or graduate marks should be used to determine eligibility.

 

Amount:

  • The value of the OGS is $5,000 per session. Thus, awardees may receive $10,000 for two consecutive sessions or $15,000 for three consecutive sessions. In all instances, the awarding graduate unit will contribute to one-third the cost of the total award received by the students.
  • Each scholarship is tenable for one year (i.e., two consecutive or three academic sessions). The value and duration of each OGS award will be determined by the awarding graduate unit and detailed in the offer letter.

 

Application Process:

  • Applicants must submit an OGS application to their proposed graduate unit using the U of T School of Graduate Studies centralized online OGS application. Each graduate unit will have their own internal submission deadline to which applicants must adhere. Prior to applying, applicants should review the OGS Application Instructions.
  • Once the entire application has been completed and submitted online, it will be made available to the proposed graduate unit for review and consideration.
  • Important note for prospective students: OGS awards are not transferrable between universities or between graduate units at U of T. Accordingly, students must submit an OGS application to each graduate unit for which they are seeking admission at U of T and to each Ontario institution if applying to multiple universities (each institution will have its own unique OGS application and process).
  • Important note for visa students: Applicants holding a valid study permit by the graduate unit’s OGS international application deadline are eligible to apply following the same application process and internal deadlines set by their current or proposed graduate unit. Graduate units will select and forward a limited number of applications to the School of Graduate Studies to compete in a centralized adjudication.
  • Application Requirements (All Components are Online)
  • OGS application form
  • Transcripts from all post-secondary institutions (unofficial and student-issued transcripts are permitted; e.g., ACORN screenshots).
  • Previous awards/publications/conference/research experience.
  • Plan of study (Maximum 2 pages: 1 page for Plan of Study, 1 page for references/citations).
  • Two academic references (referees will be required to submit online).

 

Participating Universities: University of Toronto.

 

Acceptable Programs: All Doctoral and Master’s

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