Please Enter a Search Term

External scholarship deadline dates

November


Sauvé Scholars Program

Deadline: November 1

Web site:  www.sauvescholars.org

The Sauvé Scholars Program is a unique program designed to nurture the skills of young leaders from across the globe who want to change the world. This program provides an opportunity for 12 - 14 young leaders under the age of 30 from around the world to spend the academic year at McGill University in Montreal for a period of research, reflection, personal and professional development. For more information on this program, please visit their web site


Associated Medical Services, Inc. Hannah Junior General Scholarships

Deadline: November 1

The Hannah Junior General Scholarships are open to students already admitted to the first year of doctoral studies in a PhD, combined MA/PhD or combined MD/PhD program, who show exceptional promise and demonstrate a career interest in the history of medicine. Hannah Junior General Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit. Applicants must be nominated by the Chair of their Department. For more details on this scholarship and to obtain the application forms, please see their web site.

Associated Medical Services, Inc. Hannah Senior General Scholarships

Deadline: November 1
The Hannah Senior General Scholarships are open to students who have completed their first year of studies in a PhD, combined MA/PhD or combined MD/PhD program. Candidates will be judged on their track record and the scholarly merit of their research program. For further information regarding this scholarship, please visit their web site.

Associated Medical Services, Inc. Hannah Postdoctoral Fellowship
Deadline: November 1

The Hannah Postdoctoral Fellowships are available to new PhD's or MDs embarking on a period of full-time postdoctoral study in the history of medicine. Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or those who have completed their graduate or medical training at a Canadian university are eligible to apply. Funding is in the form of a stipend and a research and travel allowance. For more information, please visit their web site.


The Leonard and Kathleen O’Brien Humanitarian Trust Fellowship

Deadline: November 1

Website: www.obrienfoundation.ca/
This fellowship, valued up to $15,000 per year, may be used for post-graduate studies or research in any sphere of study at any recognized university. Awards may also be used for advanced training in the fine arts, music or performance. The competition is open mainly to residents of New Brunswick and who have graduated from a University. The award will be based on scholastic and/or existing professional standing and character and integrity and the Committee will give preference to students who intend to return to and remain in New Brunswick upon completion of their project. For more information and application forms, please visit their web site.


Getty Research Grants (Both Residential and Nonresidential Grants)

Deadline: November 1

Website: www.getty.edu/grant/research
The Getty Center offers a number of research grants to scholars for both residential and nonresidential scholars each year. For further detail on these grants and application forms please go to the above web site.


Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP) Grants

Deadline: November 1 to the Office of Research

Website: www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/nstp/nstpb_e.html
This training program offers supplementary grants to graduate and senior undergraduate students. In conjunction with their supervisor, these grants help cover the costs of doing research in the North. Students must be enrolled in a degree program at a Canadian university and must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident. Application forms and the Student’s manual are available from the web site.

Canadian Federation of University Women Fellowships and Awards

Deadline: November 1

Website: www.cfuw.org/
The following list of Fellowships and Awards offered by the CFUW are only available to women. At the time of application, an applicant must be a Canadian citizen or have held landed immigrant status for at least one year, have been accepted into or currently enrolled in the proposed program and place of study for the current academic year, and hold at least a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a recognized university. For further information and application forms, please visit their web site.
  • CFUW Dr. Margaret McWilliams Pre-Doctoral Fellowship - $11,000
    The candidate must have completed at least one full calendar year of full-time doctoral studies. At the time of application, the candidate must be a full-time student in a doctoral program and may be studying abroad

  • CFUW Memorial Fellowship - $8,000
    The candidate must be enrolled in a masters degree in science, mathematics or engineering in the current academic year at the time of application. She may be studying abroad. $10,000The candidate must be enrolled in a masters degree in science, mathematics or engineering in the current academic year at the time of application. She may be studying abroad.

  • CFUW Dr. Alice E. Wilson Awards (4 Awards Available) - $5,000
    For graduate studies in any field, with special consideration given to candidates returning to study after at least three years.

  • CFUW 1989 École Polytechnique Commemorative Award - $7,000 for PhD / $5,000 for Masters
    For graduate studies in any field. The candidate must justify the relevance of her work to women.

  • CFUW Bourse Georgette Lemoyne - $5,000
    For graduate study in any field at a Canadian university and must be studying in French.

  • Canadian Home Economics Association (CHEA) Fellowship - $6,000
    The candidate must be studying one or more aspects in the field of home economics*, at the masters or doctoral level. She must be already accepted into or be enrolled in her postgraduate program in Canada, at the time of application.
    *Home economics is a field of study that promotes quality home and family life and includes human development and relationships, financial and resource management, consumerism, foods and nutrition, clothing and textiles, housing and shelter and aesthetics.

  • Ruth Binnie Fellowship - $6,000
    At the time of application, the candidate must be enrolled in masters or doctoral studies in education with a focus on one or more aspects of home economics*. She may be studying abroad.

  • CFUW Elizabeth Massey Award - $4,000
    For post-graduate studies in music or painting or sculpture in Canada or abroad.

Administered Fellowships and Awards:

  • CFUW Dr. Marion Elder Grant Fellowship (Funded by CFUW Wolfville) $11,500
    At the time of application, the candidate must be enrolled in a full-time course of studies at any level of a second masters or doctoral. One of her letters of reference must be provided by her graduate supervisor. All else being equal, preference will be given to the holder of an Acadia University degree.

  • Margaret Dale Philip Award (Funded by CFUW Kitchener-Waterloo) - $3,500
    For graduate studies in humanities or social sciences. Special consideration given to study in Canadian History only as a deciding factor, all else being equal. The candidate must reside in Canada.

  • Beverley Jackson Fellowship (Funded by UWC North York) $2,000
    The candidate must be over the age of 35 at the time of application and enrolled in graduate studies at an Ontario university.

IDRC Doctoral Research Awards

Deadline: November 1 and April 1

Website: www.idrc.ca/
The IDRC Doctoral Research Awards support field research for doctoral-level Canadian students and citizens of developing countries enrolled in a Canadian university. The research must be relevant to IDRC’s mission and programs. For more information on how to apply for these awards, please visit their web site.


Azrieli Fellows Program - Postdoctoral Fellowship

Deadline: November 1

Web site:  http://www.azrielifoundation.org/fellows/
The Azrieli Fellows Program welcomes the best and the brightest postdoctoral scholars who wish to undertake postdoctoral research in Israel. The time candidates spend conducting research in Israel will provide them with valuable tools to realize their professional goals through collaborative association with Israel's world-class academic institutions and researchers. The fellowships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence. Candidates are assessed on their potential to make cutting-edge contributions to their respective fields. Aspects of personal merit and leadership abilities are also taken into consideration. This program is open to scholars in any field of study and candidates must be Canadian citizens or who have completed their doctorate at a Canadian university. For details on this program, please visit their web site.


Cancer Research Training Program (CRTP)

Deadline: November 2

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.


Commonwealth Scholarship Plan

Deadline: November 2 (United Kingdom) and December 21 (New Zealand)

Web site: http://www.scholarships.gc.ca/menu-en.html
The Commonwealth Scholarships are available to Canadians for graduate study abroad in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. For more information and application forms, please visit their web site.


Harry Colnett Scholarship Program

Deadline: November 8 and May 25
This scholarship program is open to Canadian or Bermudian students who will be enrolled in a university program in the area of agriculture, food sciences, fisheries or food distribution, preparatory for services related to food production in developing countries. This award is to provide financial assistance to a worthy student and to increase their interest in world food problems, and to obtain technical competence in some phase of the production and distribution of food. Information can be obtain from the School of Graduate Studies or by contacting: Mr. James S. Lawrence, 141 Newman Avenue East, Winnipeg, MB, R2C 0T8, or by email at jimpegla@mts.net


Foreign Government Awards Program

Deadline: November 7 (Mexico) and November 12 (Switzerland)

Web site: www.scholarships.gc.ca

The Foreign Government Awards are available to help assist Canadian graduate students to further their studies or conduct research abroad at the master's, doctoral, or postdoctoral level. Information and on-line applications are available from their web site.


Canadian Blood Services Graduate Fellowship Program
Deadline: November 15

Website: 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.

Amelia Earhart Fellowship Program

Deadline: November 15

Website: www.zonta.org/
The Amelia Earhart Fellowships are awarded annually to women pursuing a PhD/doctoral degree in aerospace-related sciences and aerospace-related engineering. The Fellowship of US$10,000 may be used at any university or college offering accredited post-graduate courses and degrees. Students must be registered in a doctoral program when funds are received. Current fellows may apply to renew the Fellowship for a second year and will undergo the same application and evaluation procedures as first-time applicants. For further information on the applications procedures, please refer to their web site.


Publications Subvention Program

Deadline: November 15
This program provides financial assistance to any member of the university community for scholarly publishing from within the University community. Priority will be given to book-length manuscripts of merit. Book chapters and journal articles will be considered where funds permit. For further information:  Office of Research and Services, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation.


Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship Program - Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC)

Deadline: November 15

Web site:  www.aucc.ca

The Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship Program is open to applicants from Canada who will be studying at Harvard University and whose area of study is in the area of arts, sciences, engineering, business administration, education, medicine, or public health. The Knox Fellowships pays the tuition fees, health insurance and a stipend sufficient to cover the living expanses of a single Fellow for a 10-month academic year for two years. For more information on this program and others offered by the AUCC, please go to their web site.


Ramsay Memorial Fellowships Trusts - UK Postdoctoral Study

Deadline: November 15

Web site:  http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ramsay-trust/eligibility

These fellowships are given to British or Commonwealth citizens who have had training in research methods preferably from a UK university or similar institution. They are for postdoctoral research in chemistry at a UK institution. Applicants interested in receiving further information and application forms, should visit their website.


The Canada -U.S. Fulbright Program

Deadline: November 15

Website: www.fulbright.ca
The Canada-U.S. Fulbright program, a bi-national partnership, offers a unique opportunity for outstanding students and scholarships in Canada and the United States to participate in one of the world’s premier educational exchange programs with access to a worldwide network of alumni numbering over 250,000. Canadian Fulbrighters spend four to nine months n the United States conducting research, lecturing and/or pursuing graduate studies on contemporary issues relevant to Canada and the United States as well as the relationship between the two countries. For more information, please visit their web site.


Dr. Karl C. Ivarson Scholarship - Agricultural Institute of Canada Foundation

Deadline: November 16

Web site: www.aic.ca/about/Ivarson.cfm
The Dr. Karl C. Ivarson Scholarship is awarded to a student entering second or subsequent year of post graduate studies in soil science (in areas of agriculture, environment, geology, agro-ecology or other related disciplines) at a Canadian university. Candidates must hold Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Residence status in Canada and be enroled in their graduate program for at least one semester beyond the application deadline. For more information on this scholarship, please visit their web site.


Alzheimer Society of Canada Research Grants and Training Awards

Deadline: November 21

Web site: www.alzheimer.ca

These awards are available to Canadian citizens who are undertaking research training in a doctoral degree program, or are gaining post-doctoral experience in research methods prior to career opportunities in research. Training Awards will be granted in two areas. (1) Doctoral Awards - for health professionals or non-health professionals holding a master's degree to undertake a doctoral degree program. (2) Post-Doctoral Awards - for qualified candidates who have completed all formal research and clinical training and who will acquire further research experience under supervision. Research Grants are awarded for the execution of biomedical research into the cause and cure of Alzheimer Disease, and in the exploration of non-biomedical areas, focusing on the social and psychological aspects of Alzheimer Disease, care giving, family support and long-term care. For further information on how to apply, please go to their web site.


NURC Visiting Researcher Programme - NATO Undersea Research Center

Deadline: November 30

Web site: www.nurc.nato.int

The NATO Undersea Research Center offers a number of Research Assistantships to graduate or postgraduate (or equivalent) students from NATO countries. NURC research assistants typically have a background in physics, mathematics, engineering, oceanography, signal processing, numerical modeling, information systems, communications, data analysis or information fusion and operations research. They are mentored by senior scientists and will join an area of study that will expand their expertise in the laboratory and possibly at sea aborad research vessels. For further information on these assistantships, and how to apply, please visit their web site.


Canadian Youth Environmental Leadership Scholarship

Deadline: November 30

Web site: www.cenovus.com
The Canadian Youth Environmental Leadership Scholarship will contribute to the advancement of new ideas and new ways of thinking when it comes to protecting the environment by supporting students who demonstrate a commitment to leadership and the environment. The scholarship, valued at $5,000, will be awarded to two Canadian citizens who have completed at least two years of an undergraduate program and who best combine academic achievement with public environmental service.


Arts and Education Awards - The Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre

Deadline: November 30

Email:haydukl@macewan.ca
The Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre at Grant MacEwan University, Alberta, is offering four awards. For more information regarding these, please email.

The Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts (ACUA) Award ($500) is offered annually for a project that fosters a greater awareness of Ukrainian art in Alberta. This project may be in the form of an exhibit, tour, festival, educational program or special project.
The Roman Soltykewych Music, Scholarship ($500) is available to applicants (individual or group) determined to pursue further studies in the field of Ukrainian choral or vocal music.
The Anna Pidruchney Award for New Writers ($1,000) is available annually to a novice writer for a work on a Ukrainian Canadian theme. Submissions for this year's award must be in English.
The William and Mary Kostash Award for Media Arts ($1,000) is being offered for a project which promotes Ukrainian Canadian identity through the medium of film, video or multimedia.


Rothermere Foundation Fellowships

Deadline: November 30 annually
The Rothermere Fellowships are awarded by the Rothermere Fellowships Trust on the recommendation of the President of Memorial University to candidates who will be pursuing their studies for a higher degree at a university of their choice in the United kingdom. These Fellowships are valued at £12,500 per annum plus tuition fees and return airfare, economy class, for Fellows from newfoundland to England, and back to Newfoundland in each year of their Fellowship. Candidates must have received their bachelor degree from Memorial University and have completed or about to complete a master's degree either at Memorial University or at another University in North America. Further information may be obtained by writing Ms. Margot Brown, Executive Director/Assistant to the President, Room AA-2028, Arts and Administration Building, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, A1C 5S7 or by telephone to (709) 864-8216, or by email to mbrown@mun.ca


Share