Fully Funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships 2023 – Applications are now open for Fully Funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships in Canada for national & international Students. Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships Offers Up to 166 scholarships annually.
Fully Funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships 2023
The Vanier Scholarship is Towards a Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.) or Combined MA/Ph.D. or MD/Ph.D. or Masters leading to Ph.D. and Ph.D. This Scholarship is Funded by the Government of Canada. You will study at any of the Canadian universities which will be Funded by the Vanier Canada Scholarship. The Vanier CGS is valued at $50,000 per year for up to three years.
Fully Funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships Descriptions
|Funded by||Government of Canada|
|Degree||Master leading to Ph.D. & PhD|
|Deadline||01 Nov 2022|
The duration of the funding is 3 Years.
- Canadian citizens
- Permanent residents of Canada
- Foreign citizens
Areas of research:
- Health research
- Natural sciences and/or engineering
- Social sciences and humanities
Eligibility to Apply for a Vanier CGS
Be nominated by only one Canadian institution, which must have received a Vanier CGS quota;
Be pursuing your first doctoral degree (including joint programs such as MD/Ph.D., DVM/Ph.D., or JD/Ph.D. – if it has a demonstrated and significant research component);
Intend to pursue, in the summer semester or the academic year following the announcement of results, full-time doctoral (or a joint graduate research program such as MD/Ph.D., DVM/Ph.D., JD/Ph.D.) studies and research at the nominating institution;
Have completed no more than 20 months of full-time study in your doctoral program as of May 1, 2023; The doctoral program would begin after the completion of a Master’s degree. The months of study completed are calculated from the doctoral enrolment date.
Have completed no more than 32 months of full-time study in your doctoral program (i.e., joint graduate research program, accelerated, previously enrolled without obtaining a Master’s degree), by May 1, 2023, if:
enrolled in a joint graduate research program, e.g., MD/Ph.D., MA/Ph.D., DVM/Ph.D. Applicants in this category have access to the 32-month window whether or not they were previously enrolled in a Master’s program: The months of study are calculated starting from the date on which an applicant is officially registered in the joint program (including the Master’s portion of the program).
have achieved a first-class average, as determined by your institution, in each of the last two years of full-time study or equivalent. Candidates are encouraged to contact the institution for its definition of a first-class average, and
Eligibility of Program of Study
An eligible doctoral program must include a significant research component that leads to the completion of a thesis, major research project, dissertation, scholarly publication, performance, recital, and/or exhibit that is merit/expert-reviewed at the institutional level as a requirement for completion of the program.
Joint graduate research programs with a professional degree (e.g., MD/Ph.D., DVM/Ph.D., JD/Ph.D.) as well as clinically-oriented programs of study, including clinical psychology, are also eligible programs if they have a significant autonomous research component, as described above.
- Academic Excellence
- Research Potential
- Leadership (Potential and Demonstrated Ability)
A ResearchNet application form (includes two letters of reference, each with three sections)
Research Contributions (maximum one page)
A Personal Leadership Statement (maximum 2 pages for English applications; maximum of 2.5 pages for French applications)
Special Circumstances (maximum 0.5 pages, optional)
Two Leadership letters of reference (maximum 2 pages)
A Research Proposal (maximum 2 pages for English applications; maximum of 2.5 pages for French applications)
Project References (maximum 5 pages)
How to Apply ( Step by Step Guide)
Step 1. Confirm eligibility
Step 2. Contact your desired nominating institution
Step 3. Register for a ResearchNet account, Canadian Common CV (CCV) account and complete the Self-ID Questionnaire
Step 4. Create CCV (Vanier-Banting Academic template) and link to the ResearchNet application
Step 5. Start a ResearchNet application
Step 6. Identify an area of research
Step 7. Identify participants
Step 8. Identify referees
Step 9. Enter degree information
Step 10. Enter proposal information and supporting documents
Step 11. Attach other application materials (optional)
Step 12. Confirm documents sent
Step 13. Preview application materials
Step 14. Consent and submit an application
Step 15. Presentation standards for attached documents