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PhD Scholarships from Calgary University for 2014

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As the leading Canadian university for the next generation, Calgary University Canada is a growing and youthful academic institution that continuously embraces opportunity and change with its can-do attitude. The university has 14 faculties and over 85 research centers and institutes. It commits itself to a strategic direction of becoming one of the top research colleges in the country by 2016 through groundbreaking research and innovative teaching. All these it offers to deserving students. And as part of such initiative, it is encouraging interested yet financially incapacitated students through its PhD scholarships. Among these study grants include Faculty of Graduate Studies Doctoral Scholarship, Dean’s Doctoral Scholarship, Global Open Doctoral Scholarship (N), and Dr Chen Fong Chancellor’s Club Doctoral Scholarship.

Faculty of Graduate Studies Doctoral Scholarship is offered by the university’s Faculty of Graduate Studies open for students who are pursuing their doctoral degree program in full-time basis. Interested applicants need to consult the university Graduate Award Competition Guidelines and Application located at the website http://www.grad.ucalgary.ca/awards/internal_awards. Successful candidates will receive $10,000 for one year. Applications for this scholarship should be submitted to specific graduate program office not later than February 1, 2014 except otherwise when such program has set earlier deadline.

The Dean’s Doctoral Scholarship of the university is available at its Faculty of Graduate Studies. This is one of the PhD scholarships that is accessible to graduate students who will be registered or who are already registered in the Faculty in a program that is based in full-time thesis. Scholarship applicants need to consult at the Graduate Award Competition Guidelines and Application’s web page. The scholarship has a one-year duration offering an annual financial grant of $15,000 for as much as five years. PhD students interested in applying for the grants are required to pass necessary documents to the graduate program office on or before February 1, 2013 unless the date will be modified by the office.

NSERC is the primary field of study focused by the Global Open Doctoral Scholarship (N). The scholarship is provided to PhD students who are registered in a full time doctoral degree at the university that is tenable at its Faculty of Graduate Studies giving out a $10,000 award for one year. It is the grant that needs consultation of the student applicants to the web site of Graduate Award Competition Guidelines and Application. All its requirements are usually submitted on February 1, 2013 of beforehand.

The Dr Chen Fong Chancellor’s Club Doctoral Scholarship honors the Chancellor’s Club commitment to graduate education and research. This is the scholarship award that offers $20,000 financial assistance to eligible applicants. Just like the other PhD scholarships mentioned earlier, it is available for students who are full-time doctoral program registered at the university. The applicants are also required to consult the Graduate Award Competition Guidelines and Application web site and pass the needed documents and other pertinent papers to Graduate program office.

These PhD scholarships are now available and readily accessible by all interested and eligible students who want to study at the University of Calgary in Canada.

 

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