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Research Fields TEST Intercultural Awareness Interprovincial Studies
Categories Unrestricted
Citizenship Canadian or Landed Immigrant
Eligibility The principal objectives of the Schmeelk Canada Fellowship are to build tolerance and understanding between anglophone and francophone Canadians and to encourage more effective collaboration and trust between Canadian business and government.
Objectives * to promote intercultural awareness * to promote interprovincal studies
  • Applicants must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants
  • They have completed a bachelor's degree
  • They wish to pursue their studies in Canada's other official languages, at one of the Richard J. Schmeelk Canada Fellowship partner universities
    For complete guidelines, visit the Schmeelk Canada Fellowship web site at http://www.schmeelk.ca/home.html
  • Value $10,000 per term, up to a maximum of $40,000; travel grant up to $1,500
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at No details on tenability available
    Deadlines April 15
    Application Details Visit The Schmeelk Foundation web site at http://www.schmeelk.ca/Pages/documents/applicationform.pdf Contact: The Schmeelk Canada Foundation, P.O. Box 942, Post Stn B, Montréal PQ H3B 3K5 Email: contact@schmeelk.ca or visit http://www.schmeelk.ca/home.html Updated: February 7, 2012

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