Sunday, December 30, 2018

[Master and PhD Degree] The LGAC Scholarship Program 2019 in Canada


The London Goodenough Association of Canada (LGAC), originally the London House Association of Canada, was formed in 1951 as a nationwide association of former residents and supporters of London House and (later) William Goodenough House, two uniquely different residences for postgraduates located in Mecklenburgh Square in the west end of London. In turn, these residences are part of Goodenough College (formerly the London Goodenough Trust for Overseas Graduates), which was established in 1931 to provide accommodation in a congenial academic setting for single and married graduate students from the Commonwealth and the United States of America.

The LGAC Scholarship 2019 in Canada is an initiative by The London Goodenough Association of Canada (“LGAC”). It invites applications for scholarships in support of graduate study in London, England for the 2019-20 academic year. The Scholarships are paid as a credit towards the cost of accommodation at Goodenough College.
The LGAC Scholarship are awarded principally on the basis of academic excellence, and take into account the expected contribution that winners will make to the extracurricular life at Goodenough College.

The LGAC will award six or more scholarships with a value up to £6,000 each, including awards funded by individual donors, corporate sponsors and foundations, such as Jackman foundation and the Molson Foundation, sponsor of the LGAC / Molson Scholarship for Francophone Canadians


  • Candidates must be full-time students enrolling in an accredited graduate (or higher) program in London or undertaking thesis research in London while enrolled elsewhere.
  • Scholarship winners are required to reside at Goodenough College for a full academic year, although up to two awards of a minimum of six months residency to support thesis research will be considered.
  • All Scholarships are awarded for a maximum term of one year and will not be renewed.
  • Scholarship winners are required to report any other awards they receive. Additional awards may reduce the funding level of an LGAC Scholarship. Eligible Regions: Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada. 

How To Apply:
  • Interested candidates must submit a completed Application Form HERE
  • Candidates must also arrange to have original transcripts from all post-secondary institutions and three confidential letters of reference sent to the address below:

    Paul Zed, Chair
    P.O. Box 5896, STN A
    Toronto ON M5W 1P3
    Registered Charity #BN 891107146 RR0001
25 January 2019

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