The University of Toronto faculty of information is offering Mackenzie King Maters and PhD Scholarships Canada 2019-2020. Two types of Mackenzie King Maters and PhD Scholarships Canada were established to support graduates of Canadian universities who are pursuing graduate studies.
The Faculty of Information is considered to be among the world’s leading information and knowledge management school. It is a Tier One Member of School, an international association of universities that lead and promote programs for the information field worldwide.
Maters and PhD Scholarships Canada is available to domestic or international students. The number of scholarships is not given. Scholarship can be taken in Canada.
Maters and PhD Scholarships Canada are available to study masters or doctoral program. Scholarship is awarded to study any of the subjects offered by the university. Travelling Scholarship – $10,500 for one year. Open Scholarship – $8,500 for one year
Maters and PhD Scholarships Canada is available to international students. Due to the highly competitive nature of these awards and the number of potentially eligible University of Toronto students/alumni, individuals who apply through U of T must meet all of the following criteria at the time of application:
Have applied for admission to a graduate program and will be commencing (or continuing in the 2nd or 3rdyear of) full-time graduate studies in the upcoming 2019-2020 academic-year; Will have obtained a degree from a Canadian university (e.g., bachelor’s degree, master’s degree) when the tenure of the scholarship begins (i.e. September 2019);
How to Apply:
Each applicant of Maters and PhD Scholarships Canada must ensure that a complete application package is provided to the Graduate Awards Office (63 St. George Street, 2nd-floor reception) in hard copy by 4:30 pm on Monday, January 14, 2019. U of T alumni may submit their applications by February 1, 2019 (4:30 pm).
Applications that are incomplete, ineligible or are submitted after the deadline will not be considered. Applications or documentation sent directly to the Board administering the national competition will not be considered.
February 1, 2019