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Name HENLEY GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP IN NATURAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND STEWARDSHIP IN MANITOBA
Research Fields TEST Natural Resources Management
Categories Environmental Studies
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility For a student who is enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in any Masterís or Doctoral program delivered by a unit in the Riddell Faculty, with good academic standing who is pursuing studies in natural resources management in Manitoba.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • is enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the University of Manitoba, either in a Masterís or a Ph.D. program delivered by the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources;
  • has achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) on the previous 30 credit hours (or equivalent) of study;
  • is pursuing studies in natural resources management in Manitoba;
  • has submitted the highest quality research proposal, in the opinion of the selection committee; and,
  • currently holds, or has been offered, an award valued at $5,000 or more.
  • Value $1025
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at No details on tenability available
    Deadlines September 29
    Application Details For more application details, please visit the website: http://www.umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/awards/henley.html

    Contact the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources for applications.
     

     
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