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About the

Scholarship

Western University

Scholarship Awarded by

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Amount

$11.6K (Rs 8.9L)

Course Level

Postgraduate

Deadline

Feb 01, 2022

About the Scholarship

Since 1975, the Ontario government has fostered excellence in graduate study at the master's and doctorate levels by providing Ontario Graduate Scholarships in collaboration with Ontario's publicly assisted universities (OGS)

OGS grants are merit-based scholarships offered to graduate students in all fields.

Overview

No. of scholarships to be awarded

Varies

Type of scholarship

Merit

Renewability

Yes

Application deadline

2022-02-01

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Applicability of the scholarship

Courses

Postgraduate

Universities

Western University - THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO

Countries

Canada

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Eligibility

An applicant must meet the following requirements in order to access the online application and be considered for an OGS/QEII-GSST at Western:

Be a current graduate student or have applied for admission to a Western graduate programme that is *eligible.

As of the OGS/QEII-GSST application deadline, you must be a Canadian citizen, a Permanent Resident, or a Protected Person [under subsection 95 (2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protections Act (Canada)].

*If you have any queries about your graduate program's OGS eligibility, please contact them immediately.

If a candidate for an OGS/QEII-GSST is an international student with a valid Study Permit or has applied for admission to a Western graduate programme, they may be eligible for one of eight (8) OGS prizes for foreign students.

If an OGS/QEII-GSST applicant is a First Nations, Métis, or Inuit student (a person Indigenous to Canada, as defined in the Constitution Act, 1982, is a person who identifies with a First Nations (Status/Non-Status), Métis, or Inuit cultural and/or ancestral background), they may be eligible for one of two (2) OGS awards for Indigenous students.

Application Process

View your progress in each of the four components you must accomplish next.

Academic History - a synopsis of your previous academic achievements, honours, and awards.

A proposal is a summary of the research you intend to conduct.

Referees - find two professors who will each write an academic recommendation for your OGS/QEII-GSST application and upload it.

You will be able to save and resume the application at any moment as you proceed through it. You will be able to 'finalise and submit' your application once your referees have given their recommendations. You will no longer be able to make changes or edits to your application once it has been 'finalised and submitted.' To be considered, your application must be 'finalised and submitted' by the application deadline.

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