|Sponsored by||Government of Canada|
|Type Of Funding||Fellowship|
|Type of Degree||Postdoc|
|Field Of Study||Humanities & Arts|
|Specialty||Natural sciences, engineering, social sciences, humanities|
|Universities||any Canadian University|
Graduate Scholarship Description
As part of the Government of Canada Awards (GCA), the Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program (CCSP) and the Canada-Mexico Awards (CMA), the Government of Canada offers one-year post-doctoral research fellowships tenable at recognized public Canadian universities and affiliated to research institutes.
The Government’s objective in establishing the Canadian Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships (PDRF) is to attract recent Ph.D. graduates to do research in Canada. The Government wishes to support research that clearly advances the scholar’s own career and that is useful to Canada or to the research team within which the scholar proposes to work.
Scholarship awarded on basis of :
Promising doctoral graduates in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering.
Additional important information
Must be citizens of Mexico.
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Applicants who have obtained Canadian citizenship or applied for permanent residency in Canada are ineligible; have completed a Ph.D. degree within the last three (3) years or have completed the Ph.D. degree requirements before taking up the award (evidence of submission of dissertation for defence provided by the responsible department head); and be accepted into a post-doctoral position at a recognized public Canadian university or affiliated research institute of their choice.
Application forms (if available)
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