The Dalhousie University – Canada is offering an opportunity worth $2,000 to exceptional students who are willing to undertake a degree program at the Institution trough the Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Memorial Bursary.
This fund is used to assist a humanities or social science graduate student who has a record of interest and involvement in social justice and human rights.
Located in Nova Scotia, Canada (Mi’kma’ki) with four campuses in Halifax and Truro, and satellite locations in Yarmouth and Saint John, New Brunswick, the broad range of academic programs attract and retain a diverse mix of incredible students, scholars, researchers and staff who work together with interdisciplinary perspective and a focus on service.
The 13 academic Faculties expand understanding through teaching excellence and a drive for discovery that results in more than $190 million in research funding each year. As Atlantic Canada’s primary research-intensive university and a member of the U15 Group of Canadian Universities, research and innovation includes world-leading researchers working in labs, studios and in the field.
Building on the legacy of groundbreaking research and outstanding scholarship, the school id focused on providing a unique, interactive and collaborative environment that supports all students, instructors, researchers and staff to achieve excellence.
Eligibility criteria for the Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Memorial Bursary at Dalhousie University.
- You must be enrolled in a humanities or social sciences degree program and be interested in social justice and human rights.
- You must have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need.
- You are required to meet the admission requirements of the university.
- You must have a high level of English language proficiency to be successful. To ensure you possess the language skills necessary to thrive, we ask all students who speak English as an additional language to demonstrate their abilities through a language competency test.
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Master’s or Doctoral
Value of Award: $2,000
Number of Awards: Not Mentioned
Eligible Field of Studies: Master’s or doctoral degree in humanities or social sciences offered by the university.
Method of Application: Complete the application via the FGS online platform. A letter outlining your involvement in social justice and human rights initiatives will also need to be included.
Application Deadline: Students are requested to submit their applications before March 15 and October 31 annually