FEAS Graduate Student Funds
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Providing general financial assistance for educational and experiential expenses, this award benefits full-time FEAS graduate students who identify as an Indigenous person in Canada. Several $5,000 awards will be available per academic year, depending on the availability of funds. Preference will be given to applicants who are first-generation graduate scholars or those who can demonstrate previous and/or intended contribution to the Indigenous community.
In order to be considered for this award, students will need to demonstrate certain eligibility requirements. Successful candidates must:
- Identify as an Indigenous person in Canada, including First Nations (status or non-status), Métis and Inuit.
- Be registered in a FEAS graduate program on a full-time basis.
- Be in good academic standing.
Recipients of the award will be selected based on a combination of academic success, research potential and/or research output, and contributions to the Indigenous community, as demonstrated through their application. Preference will be given to applicants who are first-generation graduate scholars or those who can demonstrate previous and/or intended contribution to the Indigenous community. The award committee will apply the following weights to each component of an applicant’s criteria.
|Academic success (CGPA)
|Research potential and/or research output
|Contributions to the Indigenous community
The FEAS Graduate Studies Travel Fund
The FEAS Graduate Studies Travel Fund aims to encourage graduate students to present their research at regional, national and international conferences, or at an equivalent academic event. Providing recipients with up to $1,000 to cover the cost of travel, accommodation, registration fees and other expenses related to attendance, the program gives students the opportunity to showcase their work, disseminate cutting-edge information and make industry connections outside of the university.
Graduate students may apply once per academic year and are eligible to receive up to $1,000 per academic year. Funds are distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Successful candidates must be:
• Registered in a FEAS graduate program on a full-time basis at the time of both application and conference attendance.
• In good academic standing.
• Active in an event relevant to their academic program and research, for example, in the role of a speaker, poster presenter or member of a panel or round table.
• Accepted as a conference speaker, presenting research backed by a department, program or faculty member at Toronto Metropolitan University.
• In receipt of financial support for the conference from their supervisor, home graduate program and/or department.
The FEAS graduate studies travel fund for this academic year is currently on hold. This page will be updated accordingly when news regarding funding is released. Thank you for your understanding.
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