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Vanier Fellowship

Overview

Program NSERC Vanier CGS SSHRC Vanier CGS CIHR Vanier CGS
Value &

Registration

Registration as a postdoctoral fellow is limited to those:

Applying for a work permit


Non-Canadian postdoctorals must have a valid Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) work permit to legally work in Canada, and must apply for the permit prior to coming to McGill to take on a postdoctoral appointment.

Please note that international postdocs on work permits are prohibited from attending any educational institution and taking any academic, professional or vocational training course (as stated on the permit).

Carrie M. Derick Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching & Supervision

Nomination Procedure

A nomination must include:

Industrial Innovation Scholarship (Bourses en milieu de pratique)


IIS/BMP Innovation offers financial assistance to students through a university-business partnership.

NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award

Overview

Value $4,500 from NSERC + min. $1,125 from Supervisor
Duration 16 consecutive weeks on a full-time basis
Deadline Hard copies of applications must be submitted to your academic unit according to the following deadlines (deadlines are set per Faculty).

PBEEE/Quebec Merit Scholarship & DE/DS for Foreign Students

For more information on PBEEE & DE/DS, including a summary of eligibility criteria, see PBEEE & DE/DS information for applicants.

NSERC Doctoral Competitions

For more information about the NSERC competitions, including a summary of eligibility information, see NSERC information for applicants.

Deadlines

Fall 2014 Academic Unit deadlines for nomination to GPS are: October 15th, 2014.

Academic Unit quotas

Academic Units may recommend 10% of their Doctoral enrolment, to a maximum of 8.