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May


Mitchell & Janice Franklin Scholarship (MINDCARE New Brunswick)

Deadline: May 1

Website: www.mindcare.ca

The Mitchell & Janice Franklin Scholarship, valued at $2,000, is open only to students with New Brunswick roots, ideally shown by residence in the Province prior to attending university. The candidate shall have completed a university degree and have a commitment to mental health care in the Province of New Brunswick. To obtain more information and an application to apply, please go to their website.

Canadian Library Association Scholarships and Grants

Deadline: May 1

Website: www.cla.ca

  • The H. W. Wilson Scholarship
    This scholarship, valued at $2,000, is awarded annually to students who will be entering a school offering an accredited masters degree in library and information studies. For more information on how to apply, please visit their web site.
  • CLA DAFOE Scholarship
    The CLA Dafoe Scholarship, valued at $5,000, is awarded annually to a student entering a school offering an accredited masters degree in library and information studies. For more information on how to apply, please visit their web site.

EDSF (The Electronic Document Systems Foundation) Scholarship Program

Deadline: May 1

Website: www.edsf.org

This scholarship program offers a number of scholarships to full-time qualified students worldwide who are preparing for a career in the document management and communication companies worldwide. The areas of study may include: computer science, graphic design, multi-media, printing, telecommunications, document production/distribution/preparation, electronic printing software engineering. For applications and further information on this program, please check their web site.


Cancer Research Training Program (CRTP)

Deadline: May 3

Web site: www.crtp.ca

The CRTP is an innovative program providing funding to graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and medical residents undertaking cancer research at academic institutions in Atlantic Canada. The CRTP Traineeship Awards are normally offered for two years, subject to review and funding. For more information on this training program, please visit their web site.


Law School Scholarships (The Law Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador)

Deadline: May 3

Web site: www.atyp.com/lawfoundationnl

The Law Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador in 1984 established funding for annual Law School Entrance Scholarships, in honour of the incorporation of the Law Society in 1834. These scholarships, which are valued at $5,00 each, are tenable for first year studies at any Canadian Law School recognized by the Scholarships Board. Applicants must be a resident of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and awards will be made on the basis of academic ability. For more information, please visit their website.


Bourses D'Excellence De L'Uqac (University of Quebec B Chicoutimi)

Deadline: May 11

Website: http://www.uqac.ca/

The University of Quebec à Chicoutimi offers a number of scholarships for both the doctoral and the master's programs. For more details on these scholarships, please visit their Website.

 


Mustard Fellowship in Work Environment and Health (Institute for Work and Health)

 Deadline: May 11

Web site: www.iwh.on.ca

The Mustard Fellowship is a post-doctoral fellowship for young researchers who intend to study work and health. The fellowship is open to individuals with diverse academic backgrounds including social and behavioural sciences, clinical sciences, as well as clinical and population health sciences. For full details on this fellowship, please go to their web site.

 


Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology Scholarships Trust Inc.

Deadline: May 14

The CIFST Scholarship Trust offers graduate scholarships to students enrolled in a food related program such as food science, food engineering, applied nutrition, or human ecology. Applicants must be enrolled in programs that require the completion of thesis research in a food sciences related area and they must be a current member of CIFST. For more information on how to apply for the following scholarships, please email info@foodquality.ca.

  • George Weston Ltd. Graduate Student Scholarships. Two graduate scholarships are to be awarded to graduate students in food related programs. One will be awarded to a student in the MSc program and one will be awarded to a student in the PhD program.
  • IUFoST Travel Scholarship. Travel and accommodation expenses to the will be provided to a student who will be delivering a paper at an annual Congress.

Commonwealth Scholarship Plan

Deadline: May 15

Web site: scholarships-bourses@cbie.ca

The Commonwealth Scholarships are available to Canadians for graduate study abroad in Kenya Mauritius, Nigeria, South Africa the Scouth Pacific and Tanzania.New Zealand and the United Kingdom. For more information and application forms, please visit their web site.


German-Canadian Studies Research Scholarship\

Deadline: May 15

Web site: http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/index/german-cdn-fellowships

These research scholarships, are open to graduate students who are studying at a Canadian University in disciplines includes but not limited to: history, linguistics, literature, sociology, geography, political science, economics or culture anthropology and are writing a thesis on a German-Canadian Topic. For more details regarding these scholarships, please see their web site.


James Robinson Johnston Graduate Entrance Scholarships for African Canadians (Dalhousie University)

Deadline: May 15

Web site: www.dalgrad.dal.ca/forms

The James Robinson Johnston Graduate Scholarships are available each year to promising African Canadian or permanent residents in any discipline at the graduate level at Dalhousie University. For more information on how to apply, please see their web site.


The Killam Program of the Canada Council for the Arts - Killam Research Fellowship

Deadline: May 15


The Killam awards of the Canada Council for the Arts are intended to support scholarships of exceptional ability engaged in research projects of broad significance and widespread interest. These fellowships are offered on a competitive basis to support researchers in any of the following fields: social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, health sciences and engineering. Further information and application forms are available on their website.

Canadian Federation of University Women Scholarships- Saint John, NB

Deadline: May 15

Website: www.cfuw.org/

The awards listed below are available for female university students whose home address is Saint John, NB. Applications are available from the School of Graduate Studies office and completed applications should be sent to Chairman, Scholarship Committee, C. F. U. W. - Saint John, P. O. Box 6233, Station A, Saint John, NB E2L 4R7. For more information on other scholarships, please visit their web site.

  • Jean Flemming Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship, valued at $1,500, is open to candidates who are over the age of 24 and a resident of the Greater Saint John area. Candidates must have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours, the equivalent of one full time year of study, in order to facilitate an academic calendar year. This award is awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need and preference will be given to women who are pursuing a degree on a full-time basis or agree to be registered full-time upon receipt of this scholarship at a Canadian University.

  • Lillian D. and Charles R. Bone Memorial Scholarship for Post-Graduate Study
The Lillian D. and Charles R. Bone Memorial Scholarship for Post-Graduate Studies valued at $1,500 is open to female students who are entering a Post-Graduate degree program. This award will be awarded on the basis of high academic merit. Students must be a graduate of a high school in New Brunswick School District #8 or a resident of the greater Saint John area.

Canadian Blood Services Graduate Fellowship Program

Deadline: May 15

Web site: www.bloodservices.ca

The Canadian Blood Services offers this fellowship program to attract and support young investigators to initiate or continue training in the field of blood transfusion science. This program is offered to graduate students who are undertaking full-time research training leading to a PhD degree. The fellowship is awarded directly to te student, with a value of $21, 000 per annum. A yearly research and travel allowance of $1,000 per annum is provided with each fellowship. For more information on this program, please visit their web site.

Japanese Government Scholarship Program

Deadline: May 20

Web site: http://www.studyjapan.go.jp/en/

The Government of Japan offers scholarships to Canadian graduate students who wish to study subjects available at Japanese universities as research students. For more information and application forms, please visit the web site above or visit the web site of Study in Japan at www.studyjapan.go.jp/en/toj/jot0307e.html#1

Orville Erickson Memorial Scholarship (Canadian Wildlife Federation)

Deadline: May 25

Website: www.cwf-fcf.org

The Orville Erickson Memorial Scholarship is open to full-time post-secondary students in the field of conservation. To obtain more information on this scholarship and how to apply, please visit their website.

Harry Jerome Awards (Black Business & Professional Association)

Deadline: May 31

Web site: www.bbpa.org

These awards are available to Black students of African or Caribbean descent and are Canadian citizens or permanent residents. Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a degree program at a Canadian college or university for the academic year commencing in the year in which the scholarship is submitted. For more information on regarding this award, please visit their web site.


 MADD Canada Bursary Program

Deadline: May 31

Web site: www.madd.ca (Click Youth)

Bursaries, valued at $2,000, are available to Canadian students who have had a parent or guardian killed in an impaired-driving crash and are pursuing any full time post secondary educational program that is approved by a provincial Ministry of Education. For an application, please go to their web site.


Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC) Fellowship in Animal Policy Development

Deadline: May 31

Web site: www.ccac.ca/en/Current/Fellowships2010_1.htm

The CCAC is currently accepting applications from suitably qualified candidates to work on ethical issues relating tot he animals in science. The Fellowship is ideal for candidates who would like to expand the use of the science background to pursue careers a the interface of science and society. Applications from Canadian citizens with a relevant graduate degree are preferred. The candidate must have a solid understanding of science in order to be able to explore the questions underpinning the ethical issues to be addressed. For more details on this program, please visit their website.


The Pat Clifford Award

Deadline: May 31

Web site: www.cea-ace.ca

The Pat Clifford Award for Early Career Research in Education is administered by the Canadian Education Association (CEA) and recognizes the work of emerging researchers - their research contributions, their promise, and their commitment to breaking new ground or revisiting commonly held assumptions in education policy, practice or theory in Canada. Applicants must be in the process of or have completed a Masters or PhD degree within the last two years. Applicants may be from the Faculty of Education or other related disciplines. For more details on this award, please visit their website.

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