|Sponsored by||York University|
|Type Of Funding||Scholarship|
|Type of Degree||Doctorate|
|Field Of Study||Not Specified|
|Country specified||Not Specified|
Graduate Scholarship Description
The Provostial Dissertation Scholarship is awarded to encourage and assist outstanding students in their final year of doctoral study to concentrate exclusively on and complete their dissertations.
This award is designed to assist students financially and with a faculty facilitated, peer-reviewed dissertation completion writing workshop. It substitutes the research-funding component of other dissertation awards with a writing workshop focused on dissertation chapter completion.
Supervisory committees play a role by committing to review their own students
Scholarship awarded on basis of :
a. Outstanding academic accomplishment (A-average required);
b. Research potential;
c. Completed coursework and all other program requirements except the dissertation (approved disability accommodations with be taken into account);
d. Approved dissertation proposal on file with FGS;
e. Nominee must have completed no more than one term as a Ph.D. 5 candidate by the end of the Winter Term during which she/he is being nominated (Most students are expected to apply in the 2nd term of Ph.D. 4); and
f. Nominee must be in a position to complete and defend the dissertation, including all degree requirements, within twelve months of starting the award.
Additional important information
Recipients of the scholarship may not hold any York University support in the form of student assistantships or equivalent and may not hold any other major scholarship (e.g., equivalent in value to an OGS award).
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a. Statement of research outlining his/her research plans for completion;
b. Letter of nomination from graduate program director indicating how nominee meets the criteria, and expected date of completion;
c. Letter from supervisor commenting on nominee
Application forms (if available)
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