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Name BROCK DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIP
Research Fields TEST unrestricted
Categories Unrestricted
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility The Brock Doctoral Scholarship is one of the most prestigious doctoral awards available at the University. We seek to attract scholars with potential to attain a high level of academic and research achievement. Winners represent the very best in their College and at the University. The principal selection criterion is sustained, outstanding academic/research achievement, as demonstrated by transcripts, publication record (as appropriate to the discipline), and participation in scholarly activities such as conferences and symposia. Additional criteria may be taken into account, with lesser weighting; (i) history of leadership and/or service in schools and the community; (ii) evidence of strong teaching; (iii) demonstrated outstanding communication skills, and (iv) provincial, national, international or otherwise significant awards related to the discipline of study. The number of semesters of funding (to a maximum of nine) awarded will be determined at the time of candidate selection and is subject to satisfactory semesterly program performance reviews. In the last semester of the initial award, the recipients may apply for up to three more semesters of support.
Value up to $120,000
Currency Canadian
Tenable at University of Guelph
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Visit the University of Guelph web site at http://www.uoguelph.ca/registrar/calendars/graduate/current/gradawards/gradawards-uwia.shtml Students entering or transferring to a doctoral program in May, September or January following the deadline date and having a minimum 85% cumulative average over their graduate studies, should apply to their College Dean at the University of Guelph by February 15th with a curriculum vitae, a one page personal statement; transcripts; 3 letters of reference; documentation of teaching, research, volunteer activities and leadership; which must then be forwarded to the Office of Graduate Studies by March 1st, with the Deanís written assessment of the candidateís research and teaching potential attached. Contact: Lois Bamsey, University of Guelph, Graduate Awards, email: lbamsey@registrar.uoguelph.ca Updated: January 25, 2012
 

 
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