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Name ABELLS, HAROLD R.-M.A. SCHOLARSHIP IN PHILOSOPHY
Research Fields TEST Philosophy
Categories Humanities
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility A Masters Level Scholarship has been created by a bequest from Harold R. Abells.
This scholarship shall be awarded each academic year. The annual value of the award shall be the available annual interest* generated by the fund.
The scholarship shall be awarded to a deserving M.A. student enrolled in the Philosophy M.A. program, in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Manitoba who, in the majority opinion of the members of the selection committee, is making excellent progress. The scholarship will be open to men and women regardless of race, national origin, and creed, in keeping with the laws of the land.
The scholarship shall be open to full-time continuing students in the Philosophy M.A. program in the Faculty of Graduate Studies who have awards GPAs of no less than 3.5. Applicants may be pursuing the degree through either the thesis or comprehensive route.
If, in any year, in the majority opinion of the members of the selection committee, there is no deserving student who is making excellent progress, then the committee may hold over the award until the following year. The award should not be held over a second time except by unanimous approval of the selection committee.
Value available annual interest earned
Currency Canadian
Tenable at University of Manitoba, Department of Philosophy
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Contact the Department of Philosophy.
 

 
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