|Sponsored by||University of Windsor|
|Type Of Funding||Award|
|Type of Degree||Masters Fellowship|
|Field Of Study||Social Sciences & Health|
|Universities||University of Windsor|
|Eligibility Citizenship||Not Specified|
|Country specified||Not Specified|
Graduate Scholarship Description
The successful candidates will receive a research assistantship valued at $12,000 payable in the fall and winter semesters ($6,000 per semester). In exchange for this, the successful applicant will work 140 hours per semester for the Cross-Border Transportation Centre in both the fall and winter.
The successful candidate will also receive a $5,000 Political Science award payable in the summer 2014 semester and may be eligible for further research positions.
It is expected that the successful candidate will have a cumulative GPA of over 80% (A- or equivalent) on their undergraduate transcript. They will thus have an excellent chance of being awarded a tuition scholarship by the University of Windsor. This is in addition to the other financial components of the award.
The successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary research team including faculty members in the Department of Political Science and the Faculties of Law, Business and Engineering.
Scholarship awarded on basis of :
Successful candidates must have an A average in their major area of study, and preferably an A- or higher cumulative academic average.
Additional important information
The position will primarily involve research on security issues related to the movement of goods and people across the Canada-US border. The student will be encouraged to write a thesis or major research paper on a topic related to this research.
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01 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4, Tel: 519-253-3000
Interested students should apply to the M.A. program in Political Science following the standard application procedures. Students should include with their application a statement of intent indicating their interest in this award. Details on the application procedure are available on the Registrar's office website:
To be considered for this award, students should have an honours degree in Political Science or a related discipline (such as International Relations) and have an interest in studying in the field of Canada-US border policy. Successful candidates must have an A average in their major area of study, and preferably an A- or higher cumulative academic average.
The successful candidate must demonstrate strong research and writing skills. Excellent interpersonal skills are also required, including the ability to function in a culturally diverse milieu. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently under minimum supervision is a must.
Application forms (if available)
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