Vanier Canada Graduate Governmental Scholarship 2023Scholarship Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship posted 8 months ago
Vanier Canada Graduate Governmental Scholarship (Vanier CGS) is a Canadian Government annual scholarships program for highly qualified international doctoral students. If you are an eligible doctoral student, apply right now.
The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships Offers Up to 166 scholarships annually. This Scholarship is open to Canadian Citizens, International students, and Permanent residents of Canada.
Established in 2008, the Scholarship strengthens the ability of Canada to attract and retain excellent doctoral students and make Canada a global center of excellence in higher education and research.
Vanier Scholars demonstrate a high standard of academic achievement in graduate studies in natural sciences, engineering, social sciences, humanities, health, and leadership skills.
Application Deadline: 01 November 2023 (20:00 EDT)
Review and Evaluation of Nominations: November 2023 – March 2024
Notification of Results: Early April 2024
Location of Study: Canada
Provider Organization: Government of Canada
Number of Scholarships: 166
Duration of Scholarship: 3 Years, Non-Extendable
Level of Study: Ph.D.
Subjects Available: All Subjects
Funding Types: Fully Funded
Fields of Study:
- Social Sciences and Humanities
- Natural Sciences
- Engineering and Health
- Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
Vanier Canada Graduate Governmental Scholarship worth $50,000 per year. This amount is enough to cover the following costs:
- University Fees
- Living or travel allowance of 1 person for Study in Canada
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Who is Eligible to apply for Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships?
The following students are eligible to apply for this Scholarship:
- Applicants can be Canadian or Foreign Citizens or permanent residents of Canada
- Be nominated by only one Canadian institution that must have received a Vanier CGS quota
- Start the first doctoral studies, including joint programs such as MD/Ph.D., DVM/Ph.D., JD/Ph.D., MBA/Ph.D.
- Intend to pursue their full-time doctoral study in the summer semester or the academic year following the announcement of the results
- Candidates must have completed no more than 32 months of their full-time study in a doctoral program by 01 May 2024 if:
- Enrolled in a joint graduate research program
- Registered directly from a bachelor’s to a Ph.D. program
- Previously enrolled in a master’s program without obtaining the degree and transferring to a doctoral program
- Have completed not more than 20 months of their doctoral studies as of 1 May 2024 if the doctoral program would start after a master’s degree
- They have achieved a first-class average accredited by their institution in the last two years of full-time study or equivalent.
- To start or complete a doctoral program, applicants should not be previous doctoral-level Scholarship or fellowship recipients from CIHR, NSERC, or SSHRC.
- For complete eligibility criteria, please read here
The selection committee will evaluate all applications based on the following criteria:
- Academic Excellence
- Research Potential
- Leadership (potential and demonstrated ability)
A complete Vanier CGS application package includes the following documents:
- A ResearchNet application form(consists of two letters of reference, each with three sections)
- CCV(limited entries; please see Completing the Common CV (CCV) for complete information)
- Research Contributions(maximum one page)
- A Personal Leadership Statement(full two pages)
- Special Circumstances (max 0.5 pages, optional)
- Two Leadership letters of reference(full two pages)
- A Research Proposal (Full two pages)
- Project References(Full five pages)
How to Apply?
If you are interested in studying in Canada with a fully funded government scholarship, you should contact the institution desiring to pursue your studies for nomination. You cannot apply directly to this program. Please follow the following application process:
- Confirm eligibility by reading the criteria above
- Contact your desired nominating institution and inform the faculty of graduate studies of your intent to apply to the Vanier CGS program.
- Register for a ResearchNet, Canadian Common CV (CCV) account and complete the Self-ID Questionnaire. Make sure you have these accounts or register by entering the links before starting your application:
- ResearchNet account
- CIHR PIN required for Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) applicants
- CCV account to manage and generate CVs
- Self-ID Questionnaire for personal questions
- Create CCV (Vanier-Banting Academic template) and link to the ResearchNet application
- Start a ResearchNet application:
- Create or log in to your ResearchNet
- Click on “Find Funding Opportunities”
- Select “Apply for Funding” for a list of available funding opportunities.
- Select “Apply to this Opportunity” from the “Actions” menu on the right-hand side to access the main Vanier CGS application menu
- Complete the sections and steps as follows:
- Identify the area of research
- Identify participants
- Identify referees
- Enter degree information
- Enter proposal information and supporting documents
- Attach other application materials (optional)
- Confirm documents sent
- Preview application materials
- Consent and submit an application
All applicants can visit the Vanier Canada website for detailed information about Vanier Canada Graduate Governmental Scholarship 2023.
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