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International internship program - FQRNT (2012-2013)
This scholarship is open to CEN students who wish to complete an internship abroad in 2013. The scholarship is worth up to $ 15 000 or the equivalent of $2 500/month in living expenses. To be eligible, you will need to begin your intership before March 31, 2013. The applicant must be a M.Sc. or Ph.D. student, a CEN member and must meet all FQRNT criteria.
Candidates are encouraged to read the rules and the contest form available on the following web pages: http://www.fqrnt.gouv.qc.ca/subventions/Fiches_programmes/index_Stage_Internationaux.htm. Carefully read these documents to ensure you are eligible. Please proceed to send the following documents to Christine Barnard (christine.Barnard@cen.ulaval.ca), no later than November 15 : 1) your curriculum vitae, 2) your school transcript (M.Sc. and Ph.D.), and 3) answer the following questions which are found in the contest form:
Information about the candidate's curriculum
Location of the internship (* note: if your country of destination is not in the list provided by the FQRNT, contact us to see if it could be eligible)
Sector, field, research subject and scope
Description of the nature of the internship
Justification of the requested amount
We take this opportunity to remind you that CEN provides an additional $ 1,000 supplement, which is not related to the FQRNT, but rather for CEN students carrying out an international course (or in Nunavik) over a minimum period of 4 weeks. We also invite you to acquire the information about your eligibility for MELS mobility grants.
For more information, please contact Christine Barnard,CEN Science Coordinator : firstname.lastname@example.org
EnviroNorth,NSERC CREATE Training Program
The NSERC CREATE Training Program in Northern Environmental Sciences offers in November scholarships for research, mobility, communication, internships and for the first time for online courses and thematic workshops. Last year nearly $175,000 were awarded as scholarships to more than 50 students from Centre for Northern Studies,Groupe de recherche sur les environnements nordiques BORÉAS, and Canadian Circumpolar Institute. This year, nearly $300,000 are available to undergraduate, graduate students and trainees!
Visit the website http://environord-environorth.ca
Northern Scientific Program (NSTP)
You are :
- A Canadian citizen or a permanent resident and are registered at a Canadian university or a northern college ;
- A graduate student at the Master’s or PhD level or a Bachelor’s student in your final year of studies;
- You are planning to carry out a M.Sc. or Ph.D. research projects north of the southern limit of the discontinuous permafrost zone;
then you are eligible for the NSTP!
The NSTP is managed by the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND) as part of its mandate to foster science and technology in the Canadian North. The Program's aim is to promote interest in northern studies, and provide opportunities for advanced and graduate students to obtain experience and professional training in the North. The grants offered by the NSTP contribute to the fees related to transportation logistics and subsistence while in the North while you acquire relevant training and develop your skills for northern research.
This program interests you? Each fall, the program receives online applications from students all over Canada. All applications and reports (filled out by those who have received the grant the previous year) must be completed online by the last day of October every year.
Each university has its own NSTP chairperson. For more information, please contact the chairperson at your university or visit the NSTP website: http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100037313
|CEN affiliated institutions
||NSTP Chair person
||(418) 656-3340 |
||(418) 654 2585 |
||(418) 723-1986 #1965 |
||(418) 545-5011 #5084 |
||(819) 376-5011 # 3351 |
||(514) 987-3000 # 3375 |
|Université de Montréal
||(514) 343-7277 |
|Université de Sherbrooke
||(819) 821-8000 #65690 |
||(514) 398-4086 #089457 |