The fellowship is valued at $50,000 per year per recipient for three years during doctoral studies and considers three equally weighted selection criteria: academic excellence, research potential, and leadership. Vanier Canada Graduate Fully Funded Scholarships 2023/2024. Vanier Scholars demonstrate leadership and a high level of scholarly achievement in graduate study in the social sciences and humanities, natural sciences, and/or engineering and health care.
- Scholarship Sponsors: Government of Canada.
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded Scholarships
- Host Institutions: Universities/institutions in Canada.
- Scholarship Value/Value: $50,000 per year for 3 years
- Degree of study: Postgraduate (PhD)
- Subject Eligibility: See eligible research areas (below).
- Nationality: All nationalities
Vanier Canada Postgraduate Scholarships | Eligibility and Selection Criteria:
Selection criteria for the Vanier Canada Postgraduate Scholarships are based on:
- Academic excellence
- Research potential
- Leadership (potential and demonstrated ability)
- Canadian citizens
- Permanent residents of Canada
- Foreign citizens
- Health research
- Natural sciences and technical research
- Social science and humanities research
More information on eligibility is available at: https://vanier.gc.ca/en/eligibility-admissibilite.html
How to Apply: Those interested in the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships 2023/24 should note that the scholarships will normally follow a nomination process. Candidates must be nominated by a Canadian institution with a quota (ie, a predetermined number of applications that can be submitted to the national competition) to host Vanier Scholars. Applicants should only seek nomination from the institution they wish to study at. Interested parties should: Check how to be nominated
July – November 2023
Internal deadline (varies): Deadline for submitting the application to the nominating institution.
Early April 2024: Estimated announcement of results. Nominees will be notified by email once the results are available on ResearchNet.