Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowships 2023, Canada is now available to international students. The grant enables for Ph.D.-level programs in All Subjects taught at McGill University. The scholarship deadline is May 25, 2023. The McGill University Tomlinson Doctorate Fellowship is a distinguished prize offered to excellent doctoral candidates doing research in the natural sciences, engineering, and technology. It gives financial assistance and recognition to the winner, with the goal of attracting and retaining top-tier talent at McGill University. Dr. Stephen Tomlinson, a former McGill professor, and distinguished scientist who made important contributions to the area of engineering is honored with this award. The fellowship covers tuition and living expenses, as well as research and professional development opportunities. Candidates must be admitted into a Ph.D. program at McGill University and have a solid academic record and research background to be eligible for the Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowship. McGill Institution, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, is a world-renowned research university. It was founded in 1821 and is one of Canada’s oldest institutions. McGill has nearly 40,000 students and provides over 300 majors in subjects including arts, science, engineering, medicine, and law. The institution has a strong research concentration and is routinely listed among Canada’s and the world’s best universities. With top-tier academic programs and a welcoming and open culture, studying in Canada may provide foreign students with a unique and diverse experience.
- Ph.D. level programs
- All Subjects
- The maximum annual salary of $35,000, renewable twice.
- International students are also eligible for a Differential Fee Waiver (DFW)
- All Nationalities.
The Tomlinson Doctorate Fellowships are available to new candidates accepted into a doctoral program at McGill University beginning in Fall 2023. Students who are actively enrolled at McGill, or whose most recent degree was finished or is now being completed at McGill, are excluded. Former McGill students who went on to finish a graduate degree abroad are eligible to apply. Visiting students at McGill who are completing the prerequisites for another university’s degree may apply.
Only those with a perfect academic record will be considered. McGill defines a first-class GPA as 3.7 (or 3.5 in Law) in the last two (2) years of full-time undergraduate and post-graduate education.
Your application package must include the following items:
- Form of Application
- two letters of recommendation
- Please provide letters from two external references reflecting the applicant’s academic/research achievements and prospects. Referees should send their letters to the academic unit directly.
- The proposed supervisor’s statement addresses how the applicant’s proposed project fits into the supervisor’s research program; the source(s) of money available for the research program; and available resources such as space, facilities, equipment, and access to needed expertise.
- All university-level official transcripts or certified copies (graduate and undergraduate)
- Applicants must have an admissions letter as well as a financing letter.