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Research Fields TEST Humanities
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Eligibility As a memorial tribute to Heinz Frank, late Executive Director, Canadian Jewish Congress, his friends and associates have established at The University of Manitoba a fund to support an annual scholarship. The scholarship will be valued at the available annual interest.

The scholarship, to be called the Heinz Frank Memorial Scholarship, shall be available for award annually beginning in 1969. It shall be awarded to a student who, having satisfactorily met the admission requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies of The University of Manitoba:

1. Was admitted to their Master's or Doctoral program in the Fall 2017 term for this 2017-2018 award competition

2. pursues a full-time program of Masterís or Ph.D. studies - must be registered full-time in both Fall 2017 and Winter 2018 terms to be eligible.

The recipient's major field of study shall be in Humanities, preferably in the area of modern languages.

If for any reason the recipient of this scholarship does not register as required, the scholarship shall be awarded by reversion to the next qualified candidate. If in the judgement of the selection committee there is in any given year no candidate of sufficiently high standing to merit receipt of the scholarship, no award need be made in said year.

Value 1 award valued at $1,825.00
Currency Canadian
Tenable at University of Manitoba for the 2017-2018 academic year
Deadlines October 27
Application Details NOTE: There are 5 composite award competitions including this one and all have the same application requirements and deadline for the 17-18 competition - October 27th, 2017. If you intend to apply for multiple composite awards then only one set of application documents needs to be submitted. Please note on your cover sheet the names of all the composite awards you wish to be considered for with your application package.

*To apply, please submit the following items to the Faculty of Graduate Studies at 500 University Ctr. by the deadline.

1. Cover page - this should include the following information: your full name, University of Manitoba student number, University of Manitoba email address, your program and department (example: MA in Philosophy) and the name(s) of the composite award(s) you are applying for.

2. A copy of your current academic CV - please ensure it includes relevant work experience and academic experience, as well as any information on any other awards/funding that you currently hold and have previously held.

3. A statement (approx. 500 words) that speaks to your academic research interests and goals in your graduate program.

4. Two (2) academic letters of reference - ideally these letters should be submitted by professors who have recently supervised your research and are familiar with your academic performance.

Reference letters:

Reference letters can be forwarded by one of the following methods...

- Included with a complete application package in a SEALED envelope with a signature of the referee across the seal.

- Forwarded directly to Graduate Studies, addressed to Sara Sealey, Composite Award, arriving in a SEALED envelope with a signature of the referee across the seal.

- Forwarded by e-mail from the referee directly to the Awards Office (sara.sealey@umanitoba.ca). The preferred format is a PDF email attachment which must be signed by the referee (unsigned reference letters will not be accepted).

The selection committee is to be named by the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies

Contact: Sara Sealey - Sara.Sealey@umanitoba.ca
Updated: September 22nd, 2017


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