Masters Awards: SSHRC-CGSM

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) provides financial support to outstanding eligible students pursuing master's or doctoral studies in a Canadian university in social sciences or humanities. SCARP Students should contact the SCARP Graduate Administrator for information about deadlines and application procedures. 

December 1

April

December, 2016
Masters

$17,500  for 12 months

Canadian, Permanent Resident
NSERC-CRSNG SSHRC Research Portal

SCARP ranks applications and forwards top applicants to G+PS for the University-wide competition

Current and incoming masters students welcome to apply. Please make note of eligibility requirements.