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Vanier Canada Offers Graduate Scholarships 2022

  • Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship Program 2022 is a fully-funded scholarship for international students. This scholarship is offered PhD studies. This scholarship is valued at $50,000 per year for three years.

    The Government of Canada started the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) program in 2008 to reinforce Canada’s ability to attract and retain world-class doctoral students and establish Canada as a global center of excellence in research and higher learning. Vanier Scholars depict leadership skills and a high standard of scholarly accomplishment in graduate studies in the natural sciences and/or engineering, social sciences and humanities and health. The scholarships are towards a doctoral degree (or combined MA/ Ph.D. or MD/ Ph.D.).

    Eligibility:

    • Required Language: English 
    • Eligible Countries: Permanent residents of Canada, Canadian citizens and Foreign citizens
    • You should be pursuing your first doctoral degree (including joint undergraduate/graduate research program such as: MD/PhD, DVM/PhD, JD/PhD – if it has a demonstrated and significant research component). Note that only the PhD portion of a combined degree is eligible for funding;
    • You should not have completed more than 20 months of doctoral studies as of May 1, 2022
    • You should be nominated by only one Canadian institution, which must have received a Vanier CGS quota 
    • You should intend to pursue, in the summer semester or the academic year following the announcement of results, full-time doctoral (or a joint graduate program such as: MD/PhD, DVM/PhD, JD/PhD) studies and research at the nominating institution; Note that only the PhD portion of a combined degree is eligible for funding;
    • You must not hold, or have held, a doctoral-level scholarship or fellowship from CIHR, NSERC or SSHRC to undertake or complete a doctoral degree.
    • You should 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.

    Visit the official scholarship website.