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Name GERMAN-CANADIAN STUDIES FELLOWSHIPS
Research Fields TEST German Immigrants in Canada
Categories Social Sciences and Humanities
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility The Chair in German-Canadian Studies and the Spletzer Family Foundation Inc. announce the German-Canadian Studies Fellowship Competition:

German-Canadian History Research Scholarship (Ph.D.) : For students at the University of Manitoba pursuing research on the history of German immigrants or their descendants in Canada.

German-Canadian Studies Research Scholarship (Ph.D.) : is awarded on a biennial basis for the most promising doctoral dissertation project on any aspect in the field of German-Canadian Studies.

German-Canadian Studies Research Scholarship (M.A.) : For students in the Joint Masters Program at the Universities of Winnipeg and Manitoba pursuing research on the history of German immigrants or their descendants in Canada.

German-Canadian History Research Scholarship (M.A.) : is awarded on an annual basis for the most promising Masterís thesis project in German-Canadian history by a student.

German-Canadian Studies Dissertation Prize and the German-Canadian Studies Masterís Thesis Prize: These prizes are awarded by the Spletzer Family Foundation Inc. to foster student interest and research into the past and present experiences of German-speaking immigrants and their descendants in Canada, as well as into history and nature of relations and exchanges between Germany and Canada.
Value The value is not available
Currency Canadian
Tenable at No details on tenability available
Deadlines April 15
Application Details Visit the University of Winnipeg German-Canadian Studies website at: http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/german-canadian/fellowships.html for more information.

Contact:
Karen Brglez
Program Assistant, German-Canadian Studies
University of Winnipeg
Email: k.brglez@uwinnipeg.ca
Phone: 204-786-9009

Updated: November 29, 2016
 

 
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