|Deadline: Early December||Institution(s): Dalhousie University|
|Level of Study: Masters / Doctoral (PhD)||Study in: Nova Scotia, Canada|
Pursue your studies in Canada. Good news! Dalhousie University Scholarships are currently open. In this article we will explain in detail about Dalhousie University Scholarship, its benefits and step by step application process.
Dalhousie University Scholarship 2021 is a fully funded scholarship for international students. This scholarship is offered for Masters and Ph.D studies. This scholarship is valued at $30,000 and covers monthly stipend, accommodation cost, fee waiver and health insurance.
Harmonized Scholarship Process
The Harmonized Scholarship Process allows for a current/prospective student to be considered for several FGS-managed scholarships using a single application, including
- Nova Scotia Graduate Scholarship,
- Killam Predoctoral Scholarships,
- Eliza Ritchie Doctoral Entrance Scholarship for Women,
- James Robinson Johnston Graduate Entrance Scholarship for African Canadians,
- Vitamin Scholarship
- Abdul Majid Bader Graduate Scholarship.
Applicants, please consult your intended program of study for their internal deadline, which generally occurs in early December. All required application material should be submitted to your program of study by this internal deadline. Late submission may result in your application not being eligible for review.
The university is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which is ranked one of the most friendly towns in the globe. Founded in 1818, it is one of Canada’s oldest universities.
- Graduate Programs Offered at Dalhousie University, please click here.
- Depends on the selected program.
Dalhousie University Scholarships are valued at $30,000 and cover :
- Monthly stipend
- Accommodation cost
- Fee waiver
- Health insurance
Eligibility Criteria for Dalhousie University Scholarships
To be eligible for Dalhousie University Scholarships, the applicants must fulfill the following criteria:
- Required Language: English.
- Eligible Countries: All world countries
- Minimum GPA of 3.7/4.3 on a Dalhousie Grade Scale is required. Applications with a GPA at or below this level require a strong justification from their nominating department (i.e. exceptional scholarly record, or eligibility for diversity-oriented scholarships).
How to Apply for Dalhousie University Scholarships?
Please follow the following steps to apply for Dalhousie University Scholarships.
- Only one Harmonized Scholarship application will be accepted per student in a given year.
- Consult the list of graduate programs to identify the appropriate contacts who will receive your application. Note that not all listed programs are eligible for research-oriented scholarships.
- Consult your intended program of study for its internal deadline (generally occurs in early December). All required application material should be submitted to your program of study by this internal deadline. Late submission may result in your application not being eligible for review.
- Complete an application form for the Master’s Competition [PDF – 188kb], or Doctoral Competition [PDF – 188kb], checking eligibility for each of the awards listed in the application form.
- Submit the following to your intended program of study:
- Completed application: Master’s Competition [PDF – 188kb] or Doctoral Competition [PDF – 188kb].
- Transcripts from each university attended – unofficial transcripts may be used for review purposes. All award offers are conditional upon receipt of official transcripts from universities other than Dalhousie prior to acceptance of an award. Discrepancies between official and unofficial transcripts will normally result in a student becoming ineligible for their award.
- Up to two reference letters – see Standard Reference Form [PDF – 33kb]. Note that while admission reference letters may be re-used for scholarship evaluation purposes, applicants are strongly encouraged to request letters from their referees specifically for scholarship evaluation.
- If eligible for the James Robinson Johnston Graduate Entrance Scholarship for African Canadians, please include a community support letter.