|Sponsored by||Endowment for the James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies at Dalhousie|
|Type Of Funding||Scholarship|
|Type of Degree||Doctorate|
|Field Of Study||Biological & Medical Sciences,Humanities & Arts,Law|
|Specialty||Arts, sciences, health professions and management as well as the traditional professions of law, dentistry and medicine.|
|Eligibility Citizenship||Canadian citizen & Permanent resident|
Graduate Scholarship Description
The James Robinson Johnston Graduate Scholarship is supported by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Endowment for the James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies at Dalhousie as part of the commitment of the Johnston endowment and the university to support the development of Black Canadian scholars in graduate studies and the professions.
James R. Johnston was Dalhousie's first black graduate in the Law Faculty in 1898 and was a major figure in the legal profession and the Black community throughout his short life.
Today young African Canadians can be found pursuing studies in the arts, sciences, health professions and management as well as the traditional professions of law, dentistry and medicine. This scholarship is intended to provide an opportunity for promising African Canadian students to pursue their work at the graduate level.
To be eligible, applicants must have been accepted, by the application deadline, into a programme of study in any discipline in which Dalhousie offers a graduate degree.
Successful applicants are normally expected to have attained scholarship standing. Successful candidates for an initial award and for renewals will be identified by the Faculty of Graduate Studies Scholarship Committee.
The general rules for Dalhousie Graduate Scholarships will be applied except that, in the case of this scholarship, the award must be taken up initially in the first year of the degree program.
Scholarship awarded on basis of :
Promising African Canadian students.
Additional important information
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Dalhousie University Faculty of Graduate Studies, Room 314, Henry Hicks Academic Administration Building, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, B3H 4R2, Tel: 902-494-2485, email: [email protected]
Must have been accepted, by the application deadline, into a programme of study in any discipline in which Dalhousie offers a graduate degree.
Application forms (if available)
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