University of Saskatchewan international awards in Canada 2021

The University of Saskatchewan is inviting graduate students from around the world to apply for an international awards program in Canada. The scholarship is open to masters and doctoral students looking to pursue a research program in Canada. For masters students, the scholarship is tenable for 24 months while for the doctoral research program, the scholarship is tenable for 36 months.

To be selected for this highly sought after international awards at the University of Saskatchewan, applicants are expected to meet certain conditions. Only applicants who have demonstrated exceptional academic qualities in their previous studies would be considered for this program.

Applicants are expected to score a minimum average of 80% from their previous studies before applying for this award. The international award is also open to graduate students who are currently carrying out research programs in other institutions but wish to switch to the University of Saskatchewan. But in an instance, applicants must be in their first year of the research program for either masters or doctoral research program.

Also, applicants are to note that these awards are granted based on nominations. You are expected to approach your current or previous institutions of learning to obtain their consent for nomination. This is done so that only candidates who are up and doing are selected for the MSc funding as well as the doctoral research program.

How much is this scholarship worth? What are the eligibility criteria for this scholarship? Find answers to these questions and more in the section below.

Also read – List of Canadian scholarships for International students

Scholarship Description                                            

Host University/ Country – The University of Saskatchewan in Canada

Academic level – Master’s degree and PhD

Discipline – This research scholarship is only open to candidates with interest in the following subjects;

  • Anthropology
  • Art & Art History
  • Curriculum Studies
  • Education – cross-departmental PhD program
  • Indigenous Studies
  • Languages, Literatures, & Cultural Studies
  • Large Animal Clinical Sciences
  • Linguistics & Religious Studies
  • Marketing
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Small Animal Clinical Sciences
  • Veterinary Pathology
  • Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies

Scholarship Award 

Master’s scholarships – $16,000 (tenable for 2 years)

PhD Scholarships – $20,000 (tenable for 3 years)

Nationality – International students

Eligibility Criteria for Awards in Canada

Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the host university

Deadline

February 22, 2021

How to apply

Visit the official scholarship page to apply

Official Scholarship Link