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Research Fields TEST Research Concerning Built Interior Environment
Categories Architecture
Citizenship Canadian or Landed Immigrant
Eligibility The Interior Designers of Canada Foundation (IDCF) has established a fund (including a contribution from the University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship Matching Funds Program) to support a fellowship at The University of Manitoba. The available annual interest on this fund shall be offered each year to a student who:
1) is a graduate of Interior Design from a university or college accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), or equivalent, if the degree/diploma was taken outside Canada or the United States;
2) is registered in the Post-Professional Masters of Interior Design Program at the University of Manitoba, where the focus of research is Interior Design;
3) has an outstanding record of academic achievement (minimum degree grade point average of 3.5);
4) demonstrates potential for innovative research in Interior Design.

Preference shall be given to candidates who are Canadian citizens or landed immigrants pursuing original research in Interior Design. A student may apply for this award in two consecutive years. The award may be held concurrently with other awards. The recipient of the award shall be designated the Tekinon/Global (IDCF) Fellow.
Value Available annual interest on the fund
Currency Canadian
Tenable at The University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Interior Design
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Contact the Faculty of Architecture.

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