Bell Canada scholarship – NSERC scholarships by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
The Bell fellowships and the NSERC fellowships are used for research-based doctoral degree programs. Core areas are:
- Cellular and molecular biology
- Chemical, biomedical and materials science engineering
- Civil and industrial engineering
- Computing sciences
- Earth sciences
- Electrical engineering
- Evolution and ecology
- Mathematical Sciences
- Mechanical engineering
- Physics and astronomy
- Plant and animal biology
- Bell scholarship is worth an annual amount of 35 000 dollars for the duration of studies.
- NSERC scholarship is worth an annual amount of 21 000 for the duration of studies.
- An applicant must be a citizen of Canada or hold a Canadian permanent residency permit.
- An applicant must be intending to full-timely time research-based doctoral program in the next year of application.
How to Apply
- Applicants are expected to provide complete information on the degrees they have completed before the application.
- This information includes; the date of completion of the requirements of the completed degree programs, the dates of external defense and the submission of the copy containing the corrections of the thesis which must be in accordance with the regulations of the applicant’s previous institutions.
- An applicant is expected to submit no more than one application annually.
The deadlines for the application for the Bell Canada Scholarship and NSERC scholarship are dependent on the mode of application.
- For application through the institution: the deadlines are usually provided by the institution.
- For application to NSERC directly: the annual application deadline is 15th October.
|Organization||Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada|
|Subject areas||Engineering and Sciences|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|