Below is a list of some of the many scholarships and fellowships offered to graduate students during the academic year. Deadlines may vary slightly every year. Notices will be sent to current students each year at the time of award submissions and deadlines.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies hosts an Awards Database where you can find details on these awards plus search for all awards offered. You can also find them on Facebook with a list of all the upcoming award deadlines, so that you can see at a glance which awards you need to prepare for.
|January 30||Please see Berkes Scholarship for more details.||$3000|
|Feb 29||- Applicants must be enrolled in
or plan to enrol in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the U of
M in either a Master's or Ph.D. program as full-time students
- Applicants must have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.75 over the equivalent of the last two completed years of study
- Applicants must show great promise as researchers and as graduate students.
|$16,000/year for Ph.D. students
$12,000/year for Master's students
|Karen Palidwor Memorial Fellowship in Forest and Wildlife Management||March 7|| - Full-time student at the Natural
Resources Institute conducting
research addressing wildlife/forestry management interaction in Manitoba
and working on a thesis project which will result in a practical application
of sustainable forest management)
|One award per year of $2,375|
|Manitoba Hydro Graduate Fellowship in Natural Resources Management||February 9|| - Focus must be specifically on
Canadian Natural Resources and Environmental Management.
- GPA of 3.75 in the last 60-credit hours is required.
- Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
- Preference will be given to Master's students.
|One award per year of $5,000|
|Graduate Student Conference Travel Awards||n/a||
- Must be presenting a paper/poster at a conference, festival, or competition for a recognized national or international organization and be the first author.
- Students may not receive funding more than once at the Master's level or more than twice at the Ph.D. level.
- Applicants must have departmental support of at least $100.
- $750 for international conference travel.
- $500 maximum for international students who require a visa to attend a conference in a country that does not require Canadian students to hold a visa.
|Northern Scientific Training Program||October 24|| - Canadian citizen or permanent resident
- Enrolled in a degree program at a Canadian University
|Ranges in amounts from $500 to $4,000|
|SSHRC Scholarship||n/a||Pursuing full-time studies leading to a Ph.D. Canadian or permanent resident||$17,700 per year|
|Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarship||November 7|| - Must be a doctoral student.
- Major in Social Sciences and humanities
- Must be nominated by a Canadian University
- See FGS website for award information
|$60,000 per year up to 4 years plus an additional $20,000 per year for research-related travel and events|
|Mackenzie King Open Scholarship||February 1||- Graduate of a Canadian University and continuing
in graduate studies
- High academic achievement, personal qualities, and demonstrated aptitudes
|Dr. Ken Stewart Scholarships in Aquatic Biology and Conservation||February 1||- Enrolled in a Masters or Doctoral program whose
approved research program is in the area of freshwater Aquatic
- Preference given to research which is relevant to Fish Futures' objectives
|One award at $2,500|
|University of Manitoba Distinguished Dissertation Award||February 28||A dissertation which has been completed and accepted by the Faculty of Graduate Studies between January 1 and December 31 in the previous calendar year.||Citation Certificate and a cash prize|
|James Gordon Fletcher Ph.D. Fellowship for Research in Aboriginal Issues||n/a|| - Enrolled full-time in a Ph.D.
program in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the U of M and has
been in this program for less than four years at the time when
the fellowship is offered
- Achieved a minimum gpa of 3.75 over the two regular academic years prior to the session in which this fellowship is tenable
- Conducting research in a field pertaining to Aboriginal communities and persons.
|Sixth Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference Fellowship||June 15|| - Enrolled full-time in a Masters or Ph.D. program
at the U of M in a program relating to prairie conservation and/or
prairie endangered species management
- Minimum gpa of 3.5 on the last two regular academic session while studying full-time
- Conducting or have proposed to conduct research in the area of prairie conservation and/or prairie endangered species management in Canada
- Show great potential as researchers, as judged by the selection committee
|E8 Sustainable Energy Development Scholarship Programme||n/a||- Plan to undertake studies at the
Masters level or Post-Doctoral level in areas directly related
to sustainable energy development, and,
- be citizens of the developing countries and territories identified for OECD official development aid in the DAC list of ODA recipients effective as of 2006
|$23,000 US per year for up to two years are offered to Master level students.|