Students currently enrolled in a Masters’ program at the University of Guelph are invited to undertake empirical research on topics related to young people’s pathways into farming. The global phenomenon of an ageing farming population, poor returns on farming in the current economic paradigm and an apparent lack of interest among youth in agrarian and rural futures have attracted considerable attention among policy makers and researchers.
The Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies is excited to announce the winners of this year's Graduate Studies Photo Competition. We asked graduate students to submit images the represent their Gryphon pride. They were able to submit images into three separate categories: Campus, Research and Student life. Three first place prizes and three second place prizes were awarded to the following graduate students. We will start posting the winning images on our Facebook feed (UniversityOfGuelphOfficeOfGraduateStudies) starting this week. Congratulations to our winners!
If you have received a conditional offer of admission to the University of Guelph for Fall 2016 and are required to submit final documentation (listed on your offer of admission) please physically drop off your documentation to the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies to satisfy your conditions as soon as possible. Your documents can also be dropped off at our office once you arrive on campus in September.
It may not be too late!
Here's a listing of graduate programs still accepting applications for Fall 2016. Visit the department website, contact them directly or review the OGS website to learn more about program options and applying.
The Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies is excited to announce the return of the Graduate Studies Photo Competition. This year we want to encompass the many aspects of students who are “Proud to be a Guelph Graduate Student” and participants can submit their photos to three different categories. The winning photos may appear in OGS print/online publications. Three first place prizes of $500 and three second place prizes of $200 will be awarded against the tuition of the winners.
This competition encourages students to contribute their ideas for improving the federal Public Service of Canada.
The Aboriginal Graduate Scholarships have been established to encourage Aboriginal (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) students to pursue graduate studies in any discipline at the University of Guelph. Please review the attached document below, for more details.