Study in Canada
Deadline: 22nd May, 2018
Department of Integrative Biology of the university of Guelph has been assigned 5(3 MSc and 2 PhD) Graduate Tuition Scholarships (GTS) for 2018-19 which cover the cost of full time tuition fees. GTS awards can be offered to students enrolling in S18, F18 or W19, or for students transferring to a PhD during this period. These awards will be adjudicated at the department level.
$8,000 per year; doctoral recipients up to 4 years, Master’s recipients up to 2 years
GTS recipients must:
- Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident at the time of application
- Have submitted an OUAC application for a full-time thesis-based program
- Will be starting their program (or transferring to a PhD) in S18, F18 or W19
- Have a minimum of a 75% average
Tenure of Awards
Recipients must remain enrolled as a full-time student. Recipients who withdraw, transfer to part-time status, or fail to complete the term will be ineligible to receive GTS funding.
Tenability with other awards
Effective 2018/19, GTS awards will no longer be tenable with the Ontario Graduate Scholarships, the Brock Doctoral Scholarship, the Dairy Farmers of Ontario Doctoral Research Assistantship, the Arrell Scholarships, or the Tri-Council Scholarships, including the Vanier. (Note: In the case where a student is awarded a GTS and then subsequently receives a one year scholarship such as an OGS, the GTS will not be paid during the OGS award period but can be resumed afterwards as long as the student is still within their 2 yr (MSc) or 4 yr (PhD) eligibility period.)
How to apply
Faculty of prospective students should forward the application package to the Departmental Graduate Program Assistant, Lori Ferguson (email@example.com). The application will consist of (1) the student’s CV and (2) a completed OUAC application (available via WebNow) including transcripts and two letters of reference.