Pursue your studies in Canada. Good news! Dalhousie University Scholarships are currently open. In this article, we will explain in detail this scholarship, its benefits, and step by the step Dalhousie Scholarship application process.
Dalhousie University Scholarship 2022-2023 is a fully-funded scholarship for international students. This scholarship is offered for Masters’s and Ph.D. studies. This scholarship is valued at $30,000 and covers monthly stipend, accommodation cost, fee waiver, and health insurance.
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
- Level of Study: Masters, PhD
- Institution(s): Dalhousie University
- Study in: Nova Scotia, Canada
- Opportunity Focus Areas: Graduate Programs Offered at Dalhousie University, please click here.
- Program Period: Two years for masters and three years for PhD.
- Deadline: January 15, 2022
UBC Undergraduate Scholarships 2022 (Step by Step Process)
Dalhousie University Scholarships are of the following types:
Nova Scotia Graduate Scholarship
- The Master’s level award is valued at $10,000/year for 2 years (subject to annual renewal).
- Doctoral level awards are valued at $15,000/year for 4 years (subject to annual renewal).
- Master’s (Level 1): $6666.66 per term + ITF (international students) + relocation allowance (if applicable)
- Doctoral (Level 2): $10000 per term + relocation allowance (if applicable) + President’s Award for two years. Note that Dalhousie PhD programs no longer have International Tuition Fees applied.
- The Award is valued at $30,000 for a twelve-month academic year.
- Candidates who hold other scholarships of any kind, including scholarships internal and external to Dalhousie University, will receive the Eliza Ritchie Doctoral Entrance Scholarship for Women as a “top-up award” to their other scholarship, the total not exceeding $30,000 per academic year or $10,000 per term.
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
For applications in the Master’s Competition:
- Please review CGS-M Evaluation Criteria, which form the basis for ranking applications.
- Written in clear, plain language, avoiding the use of jargon.
- Consider reviewing the “Outline of proposed research (attachment)” section of the CGS-M instructions for recommendations on what to include in a strong research proposal.
For applications in the Doctoral Competition:
- Please review the selection criteria for the Harmonized CGS-Doctoral programs.
- Consider reviewing the Research Proposal instructions for the Vanier doctoral competition, or the Tri-Agency Doctoral competition instructions, for recommendations on what to include in a strong research proposal.
How to Apply for Dalhousie University Scholarships?
Please follow the following steps to apply for Dalhousie University Scholarships.
(1) Log into the FGS Scholarship Management Platform. If you already have a Dalhousie NetID, please select “Use Dalhousie NetID” to log in. If not, please enter an email address and create a password. It is only necessary to create one account, even if you intend to apply for multiple opportunities.
(2) Create a new Dalhousie scholarship application or edit an existing one by selecting from the “My applications” list on your home page. Only one application per competition will be accepted by each applicant, so please do not submit multiple Harmonized Scholarship applications.
(3) Master’s applicants who have applied for the Tri-Agency CGS-M competition may choose to opt-in to use their CGS-M application within the Harmonized Scholarship Process. To do so, please select “Master’s Level – CGS-M Opt-In” as the submission category and proceed through the application. The Faculty of Graduate Studies will link your CGS-M application to your opt-in form, including reference letters and transcripts submitted for the Tri-Agency CGSM competition. The deadline to Opt-in is December 1st (coinciding with the CGS-M application deadline set by Tri-Agency). If you do not opt-in with your CGS-M application, you must complete a full Harmonized Scholarship Application to be considered for other awards.
(4) All applicants are encouraged to complete the self-identification questionnaire found in the Online Scholarship Platform. This allows administrators to ensure applicants are sorted into the review process for award opportunities with specific eligibility criteria. Information provided in this questionnaire is not visible to reviewers and will remain strictly confidential.
(5) Click “Next” at the bottom of each page to move through the application. Clicking “Save” will allow the applicant to close the application and return to it later to edit or update it.
(6) Official transcripts must be obtained and uploaded by the applicant directly in the scholarship portal as per the instructions found in the application. FGS will not provide copies of transcripts from admission applications. Transcripts from multiple institutions must be combined into a single PDF before uploading. Unofficial grade reports for current Dalhousie students may be used in lieu of official transcripts for the harmonized scholarship process.
(7) All reference letters must be submitted in the portal by the January 15, 2022 deadline (or February 15 in the case of non-thesis applicants). The application portal will close to applicants and referees after this date and incomplete applications will not be forwarded for review. Reference letters will not be accepted by email or in hard copy. It is highly recommended that applicants advise their referees of a deadline a few days to one week prior to January 14 in case of unforeseen emergencies or technical issues. Applicants will receive an email notification from the portal and a “received” notation will appear in red by each referee’s name once their reference has been completed. Please check the status of references frequently prior to the deadline
(8) Agree to terms and conditions and click “Save and Finalize” to complete and submit the application.
Note: You may withdraw your Dalhousie application to make changes up until the January 15 deadline, including updating your transcripts with fall grades or making edits based on feedback received from your department. If you withdraw your application, it must be resubmitted by the January 15th deadline to be considered.
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