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Indigenous Graduate Scholarship - Fulfilling Indigenous Community Responsibilities [E6053]

Donor(s):University of Guelph
Value:various of up to $5,000/year for any graduate student for one year.
Awarded:Summer, Fall, Winter
Application:
  • Award Specific
  • Research Proposal
Deadline:February 1
Citizenship:
  • Canadian-PR-PP
  • Non-Canadian-PR-PP

The Indigenous Graduate Scholarships were established to encourage Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) students to pursue graduate studies in any discipline. Apply by February 1; The online Indigenous Graduate Scholarship Application Form is available on the OGPS website and includes a required declaration of Indigenous identity including information about your relationship to a First Nation, Inuit or Métis community, treaty, scrip, land claim, territory or region. Applicants must also submit a 1-2 page research budget via the online application. Selection will be based on research budget justification and demonstrated connection between research and fulfillment of Indigenous community responsibilities. Students must maintain satisfactory progress and full-time registration for the duration of the scholarship.

Students entering full-time graduate studies in May, September, or January following the application deadline, or registered full-time in any graduate program, who self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit or Métis).