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NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships (PGS) Master's and Doctoral Scholarships

Description:
The NSERC PGS Master's scholarships are valued at $17,300 per year and the PGS Doctoral scholarships are valued at $21,000 per year. These scholarships are available to full-time graduate students who are engaged in master's or doctoral programs in one of the areas of the natural sciences or engineering at recognized universities in Canada or abroad.

Applications:
For further information and applications regarding this scholarship and how to apply, please visit NSERC's Web site at www.nserc.ca.



NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) Program - Master's and Doctoral Scholarships

Description:
The NSERC CGS Master's scholarships are valued at $17,500 per year and the CGS Doctoral scholarships are valued at $35,000 per year. These scholarships are available to full-time graduate students who are engaged in master's or doctoral programs in one of the areas of the natural sciences or engineering at recognized universities in Canada only. There is no separate application form or process for the CGS program. These scholarships will be awarded to the highest ranked PGS master's and doctoral applicants.

Applications:
For further information and applications regarding this scholarship and how to apply, please visit NSERC's Web site at www.nserc.ca.



NSERC - Industrial Postgraduate Scholarships (IPS 1 and 2)

Description
Industrial Postgraduate scholarships are available to full-time graduate students who are engaged in master's or doctoral programs in one of the areas of the natural sciences or engineering. This support allows students to gain research experience in industry while undertaking their advanced studies in Canada. NSERC will pay a stipend of $15,500 per year and the sponsoring company is required to pay at least $6,000 a year in scholarship funds. It is awarded for a maximum duration of 24 months under each category.

Applications:
For further information and applications regarding this scholarship and how to apply, please visit NSERC's Web site at www.nserc.ca.




The NSERC Doctoral Prizes Competition 2006, recognizes the achievements of up to four outstanding doctoral students in the natural sciences, and engineering and computer sciences. The recipients of this award will each receive a framed citation, a silver medal and $10,000. Memorial University is permitted to send only two nominations, one from the natural sciences category and one from the engineering and computer science category. The nominees must have successfully defended their doctoral thesis between September 6, 2004 and September 5, 2005. For more information regarding this competition and to obtain a copy of the check list that must be included with the nomination, please go to http://www.nserc.ca/award_e.asp?nav=doctoral&lbi=nomination.



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