External scholarship deadline dates


IODE War Memorial Scholarships (PhD)

Deadline: December 1

Web site: www.iode.ca

Email: slporter@nf.sympatico.ca

The goal of the IODE is to improve the quality of life for children, youth and those in need, through educational, social service, and citizenship programs. The IODE is offering scholarships, valued at $15,000 each, to Canadian citizens who are enrolled in a doctoral program in Canada or in other Commonwealth countries and hold their first degree from a Canadian university. The selection will be based on academic attainments, personal character and career goals of applicants. For more information please contact Ms. Colleen Porter (Newfoundland and Labrador representative) by email.

Canadian Council for the Arts Molson Prizes

Deadline: December 1

Website: www.canadacouncil.ca/prizes

The Canada Council for the Arts and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research will be awarding two Canada Council for the Arts Molson Prizes. One prize is awarded in arts and the other in the humanities or social sciences annually. Nominations and related documentation must be submitted directly to the Canada Council for the Arts by the deadline date. For more information regarding the eligibility criteria and nomination procedures, please visit their web site.

John G. Diefenbaker Award - Canadian Council for the Arts

Deadline: December 1

The John G. Diefenbaker Award is funded by an endowment given to the Canada Council for the Arts by the Government of Canada. This annual award will enable a distinguished German scholar to spend up to 12 months in Canada, which may include brief period in the United States. Candidates may not apply for this award, but instead must be nominated by a host university department or research institute in Canada. For further information, please go to their website.

Royal Society of Canada Medals and Awards

Deadline: December 1

Web site :  www.rsc.ca

The Royal Society of Canada recognizes excellence as well as outstanding achievements and contributions to knowledge, research and innovation in Canada by awarding medals and prizes. For more information and a complete list of medals and awards, please visit their web site.

NLCAHR (Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research) Healthy Aging Research Program

Deadline: December 2

Web site: www.nlcahr.mun.ca/funding/aging

A number of awards will be offered to eligible students enrolled in a Master's, Doctoral or Post-Doctoral programs at Memorial University to fund their research on aging. They also offer Research Grants and Faculty Awards to fund research on issues related to healthy aging. For more information on this program, please visit their web site.

Canada-Haiti Academic Projects Scholarship

Deadline: December 12

Web site:  www.scholarships.gc.ca

The objective of this scholarship is to support joint Canada-Haiti academic projects to build the capacity of academic institutions, provide opportunities for Haitians to resume their studies and enhance the skill sets required to encourage prosperity in the region. The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT) has created this initiative to alleviate immediate challenges of post-secondary institutions as well s to foster lasting linkages between Canadian and Haitian institutions. Applications are accepted from all disciplines and these scholarships are tenable for a minimum of four weeks and a maximum of five months. For further details, please visit their web site.

Mary-Claire Ward Geoscience Award
Deadline: December 15

Web site: www.pdac.ca/pdac/programs/awards/index.html#Mary-Claire

The Mary-Claire Ward Geoscience award honors the many contributions to the Canadian geoscience community of Mary-Claire Ward who was president of Watts, Griffis and McOuat Limited, a past president of the Geological Association of Canada and long-serving chair of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's Geoscience Committee. This award, valued at $5,000 cash award and certificate, will be awarded annually to a graduate student at a Canadian university whose thesis incorporates geoscience mapping as a significant component. For further information and application forms, please go to their web site.

Canada’s New Noahs (Wildlife Preservation Trust Canada)

Deadline: December 18

Web site:www.wptc.orgEmail:wptc@wptc.org

The Canada’s New Noahs program is an opportunity to provide young Canadian biologists a conservation education in this country, providing practical training and field experience in managing and conserving endangered species. For more information on this program, please visit their web site.


Scholarships for Graduate Study in Transportation - Canadian Transportation Research Forum (CTRF)

Deadline: December 31

Web site: www.ctrf.ca

The Canadian Transportation Research Forum in cooperation with several other organizations are offering a number of scholarships worth between $4,000 to $6,000 each.Awards are available to Canadian citizens or landed immigrants and are tenable at any university.Preference is given to (but not limited to) students applying for and entering Masters or PhD programs and current graduate students in the process of choosing research topics for thesis or graduating essays.Field of study may be in business administration, engineering, economics, geography, law, planning, or other fields.This award may not be held with any other major scholarship.For more information on how to apply for this scholarship, please visit their web site.



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