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Tunisian students - TMHESR-McGill

The TMHESR-McGill agreement was signed on September 19, 2019
On September 19th, 2019, McGill proudly signed an agreement with the Tunisian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (TMHESR) to co-sponsor Tunisian students enrolled in a Master's thesis or PhD program at McGill University. The agreement aims at attracting top Tunisian students to pursue graduate studies at Canada’s leading research-intensive university.

Value & Duration

TMHESR will provide annual funding of 15,000 CAD to cover the following:

  • McGill's program and ancillary fees
  • Health insurance
  • Annual living expenses

McGill, in turn, will cover the full amount of tuition.

Funding is provided for a maximum period of two (2) years for Master’s students, and for up to four (4) years for PhD students.

Deadlines

Competition Announcement TBD
Start of Application Period TBD
End of Application Period TBD
Review Period TBD
Results Announcement TBD

Eligibility

  • Must be a citizen of Tunisia and enrolled in a public institution at the time of application
  • Must be selected by the TMHESR as a recipient
  • Must apply and receive an Offer of Admission from McGill for a PhD or a Thesis-based Master's. Click here for more information on how to apply to McGill.
  • The program must align with the priority fields established by TMHESR every September.

Please note that only Thesis Master's programs are eligible for TMHESR-McGill Funding.

Priority Fields

Education, Humanities, Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and other fields as determined by TMHESR.

How to Apply 

Candidates must apply first directly to TMHESR in October. More information to come.

Once selected by TMHESR, students will apply for their studies at McGill in December/January of each year.

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