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Graduate scholarship opportunities. September 2014. Undergraduate Students. Undergraduate Student Research Awards (USRA) Health Professional Student Research Awards (HPSRA) 4 th Year applying for Graduate Studies can apply for CGS-M or CIHR. Graduate Students.

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undergraduate students
Undergraduate Students
  • Undergraduate Student Research Awards (USRA)
  • Health Professional Student Research Awards (HPSRA)
  • 4th Year applying for Graduate Studies can apply for CGS-M or CIHR
graduate students
Graduate Students
  • Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s (CGS-M)
  • Canada Graduate Scholarship – Doctoral (CGS-D)
  • Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement (MSFSS)
research portal is open
RESEARCH PORTAL IS OPEN

TO DO LIST

Application

Research proposal

Ask for referrals

Prepare Common CV

Circle November 24 on calendar (deadline for referrals)

Complete submission before December 1

application components
Application Components
      • Application – must be complete
      • Common CV – template provided
      • Attachments
        • Transcripts – official & include legend (per institution)
        • Referrals (online) – ask referrals to submit at least one week in advance of deadline
        • Research Proposal – maximum 2 pages, i.e. 1 page for proposal & 1 page for bibliography/citations
        • Disclosure of Personal Information
  • **NOTE** Incomplete applications mean ineligible status!!
appl i c a tio n p ort a l process
ApplicationPortal & Process
  • AgencieshaveagreedtousetheResearchPortalasthesingleapplicationportal.
  • Resourceshavebeenallocatedtocreateanon-
  • lineform
  • 3Componentsoftheapplication:
    • CCV
    • Applicationinformation
    • Attachments
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Incoming model

  • Studentscanapplytoupto5 institutions
  • Selectionprocesswillmovefromatwo-stagetoaonestageprocess
  • Universitieswillmanagetheselectionprocessandawardscholarships-agencynolongerconductcentralizednationalselectionprocesses
  • Delegationofsubjectmattereligibilityscreeningtouniversities
  • Universitiesquota unchanged until 2016
    • CIHR = 1
    • CGS-M = 4
    • CGS-D = 3
  • Online Applications until December 1
  • Adjudication process
  • Decisions and offers made April 1, 2015
  • 4 possible outcomes
    • Offered award – must accept within 21 days or by default it is ‘unaccepted’
    • Alternate – possible award if offered awards are declined or unaccepted
    • Not offered – status will not change
    • Ineligible – not offered
cihr vs sshrc subject matter
CIHR vs SSHRC Subject Matter

CIHR

The intended outcomes of the research must, as stated in CIHR’s mandate,  primarily improve or have an impact on health and/or produce more effective health services and products and/or strengthen the Canadian health care system.

SSHRC

The proposed research or related activities must be primarily in the social sciences and humanities.

The intended outcome of the research must primarily be to add to our understanding and knowledge of individuals, groups and societies—what we think, how we live, and how we interact with each other and the world around us.