The Saskatchewan Innovation Council is offering $5,000 scholarship to both local and international students of the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada for the fall semester of 2017. This scholarship is provided by the Government of Saskatchewan.
Area(s) of Study: Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts Interdisciplinary, Geology, Gerontology, Justice Studies and Police Studies, Kinesiology and Health Studies, Mathematics and Statistics, Media Production and Studies, Physics, Johnson-Shoyama School of Public Policy, Journalism.
ELIGIBILITY: Program – Students must fall into the following categories in order to be eligible for a scholarship:
• PhD Students or Master’s Thesis Students;
• Students in Science, Engineering and Applied Science, Health Studies, Justice Studies, Aboriginal languages and culture, Media, Art and Performance, Intermedia, Journalism, Intercultural Education, any Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy program, Applied Economics and Policy Analysis, Geography, Linguistics, Police Studies, Social and Political Thought and special case programs
*For clarification, health studies includes health studies, psychology and clinical psychology, nursing and kinesiology
Qualifications – Holders of these awards are required to be accepted as a fully-qualified student in a Master’s or Doctoral degree program at the University of Regina.
In Good Standing – Students must have a minimum 80% average. An incomplete and/or failing grade from a previous semester’s work will render the student ineligible for support.
Post-Program Maintenance – Master’s students in their first semester of maintenance and PhD students in their first year of maintenance, are eligible to receive funding.
Holders of Major Awards (value of $17,500 or over) – Students who are holding major awards such as national scholarships, i.e. NSERC, SSHRC or CIHR or equivalent (includes major internal awards such as the FGSR Graduate Research Fellowships) are NOT eligible to receive funding.