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Name CANADIAN MASONRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIP
Research Fields TEST architecture, city planning, interior design, landscape architecture
Categories Architecture
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility The Canadian Masonry Research Institute has established and endowment fund to provide a scholarship in the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba.
The fund will provide an annual scholarship to a student who:
  • is enrolled as a full-time student in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in a Masterís program in the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba (Architecture, City Planning, Interior Design or Landscape Architecture);
  • has achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.0 (or equivalent) based on his or her first year of study in a Masterís degree program;
  • is conducting research specifically related to unit or stone masonry studies;
  • submits the best written proposal (approximately 250 words) and any relevant supporting documents specifically relating to unit or stone masonry studies.
  • The recipient will be required to make a formal presentation to the Faculty of Architecture student body and submit a written report to the Chair of Masonry Studdies and the Canadian Masonry Research Institute.
    Value available annual income
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Faculty of Architecture.
     

     
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