Doctorate students and postdoctoral level
Funding opportunities at doctoral and postdoctoral levels.
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Financial assistance in the form of loans and grants.
Receive monthly grant for eligible full-time students with dependent children and assessed financial need.
A grant towards tuition costs eligible students with a permanent disability.
Financial assistance for students who have a permanent disability, and need exceptional education-related services or equipment.
A grant for part-time students with financial need who are enrolled at a designated post-secondary institution.
A grant for part time students who qualify for a Canada Student Loan and have dependent children
Awards for Canadians, permanent residents of Canada, and citizens of developing countries pursuing master's or doctoral studies or having completed a master's or doctoral program.
Awards for Canadians, permanent residents of Canada, and citizens of developing countries pursuing their doctoral studies at a Canadian university.
Scholarships for eligible doctoral student who have displayed exceptional academic performance throughout their studies in the social sciences or humanities.
Browse and apply for a variety of scholarship and fellowship programs available to Canadian students who are undertaking research and a program of study in an eligible field.
Provides financial assistance to Status Indians or recognized Inuit for a range of post-secondary programs.
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