Dalhousie University is currently offering grant-funded positions (the Killam Predoctoral Scholarships) for excellent PhD students in thesis programs.With more than 18,100 international students, Dalhousie University is one of the most welcoming universities in North America. Additionally, Dalhousie is one of Canada’s top research universities, giving students the opportunity to work closely with leading faculty in a variety of fields to earn more than $180 million in research years.
- University: Dalhousie University
- Department: NA
- Course level: Masters and PhD
- Award: Up to $10,000 per semester in addition to a relocation allowance
- Number of awards: NA
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International (including Canada)
- The prize can be taken in Canada
- Application deadline: July 15, 2022
- Eligible areas: natural sciences, humanities, engineering and social sciences
To be admitted, the candidate must meet all the criteria:
- Both Canadian and international applicants are eligible.
- Applicants should also have applied for funding from the relevant provincial, national or international bodies. For Canadians, this may include NSHRF, NSERC, NSGS, SSHRC, CIHR, etc. depending on the discipline. International applicants are expected to have applied for state grants (NSGS etc.) as well as national/international awards.
- Scholarship holders must be eligible for a scholarship for at least 24 months. This means that only first-year students are considered at the Master’s level. And at the PhD level, only those who have spent less than two years in the program by May 1 of the award year are considered
How to apply:
- Candidates can submit their applications via online application or print. then they have to fill in the application form.
- Documents: letters of reference, submitting transcripts, and other supporting documentation.
Students should have the following prerequisites:
- Four-year bachelor’s or master’s degree
- Minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B average) in the last 60 credit hours of college
- A degree awarded by a recognized university
- Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate their ability to complete a graduate program in English for admission. However, the language proficiency test can be waived if the applicant has completed a course of study at a recognized university with English as the language of instruction in a country in which English is one of the national languages.
- Masters (Level 1): $6666.66 per semester plus ITF (international students) plus relocation allowance (if applicable)
- Doctorate (Level 2): $10,000 per semester plus relocation allowance (if applicable) plus President’s Award for two years.