These awards have a variety of restrictions and requirements related to the purpose of the award. This may include which programs of study are eligible and the location in which the award is tenable.
For some awards, you will need to apply directly to the organization providing the award, while for others, you will need to apply to Carleton, which will support your application by forwarding it to the awarding organization on your behalf.
You should ensure that you read and understand all of the requirements of the award’s application.
|Commonwealth Scholarship Plan||Fulbright Scholarship||Gates Cambridge Scholarship|
|Value||See website||$15,000 (US)||See website|
|Duration||Up to 3 years||9-month academic year||Up to 3 years|
|Tenable||Numerous UK universities Eligibility: Canadian citizens and holders of a university degree||Any American university to study contemporary issues relevant to Canada
and the U.S. (preference is given to particular areas)
|University of Cambridge|
|Eligibility||Visit the website||Canadian citizens||Holder of a university degree|
|Deadline||Check website||November 15, 2018||December 5, 2018|
|Mackenzie King Travelling/Open Scholarship||Rhodes Scholarship||Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarship|
|Value||See website||£13,658 (more details are on the Rhodes website)||$40,000 per year, plus up to $20,000 for travel expenses|
|Duration||1 year||Up to 3 years||Up to 4 years|
|Tenable||Travelling – American or U.K. university to study international or industrial relations; Open – no restrictions||Oxford University||Primarily Canadian institutions|
|Eligibility||A degree from a Canadian university||Canadian citizens 19-25 as of October 1, 2017||Canadian and international PhD students…check eligibility criteria online!|
|Deadline||February 1, 2019 to the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs||Carleton U. deadline is Sept. 9.||Deadline is Jan. 7th for students to submit your application through the Trudeau Portal|