Presented by Louis Gosselin, Professor of Biology, and Courtney Mason, Canada Research Chair, Rural Livelihoods and Sustainable Communities, this session is essential for TRU graduate students interested in applying for federal scholarships.
The event will take place via BigBlueButton.
Emphasis will be placed on the application process for the Canada Graduate Scholarship-Masters (CGS-M), which is valued at $17,500, and only available to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. This opportunity is designed for students enrolled in a program with a significant research component, such as a major research project, or a thesis.
TRU offers four CGS-M awards, and the deadline to apply is Dec. 1.
It is recommended that those who wish to apply begin the process early, contact referees ASAP, order transcripts well in advance, and attend this workshop!