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Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarship
Three-year program to train creative and engaged leaders, equipping outstanding doctoral candidates with tools to share and apply their research in their institutions and communities.
Deadline to Apply:
Canadian Graduate Scholarships
Featured Award Recipient
Spencer Greening has a gift for balancing traditional Indigenous knowledge, research, language and culture with Western scholarship, politics and activism.
WORKSHOPS + INFORMATION SESSIONS
Virtual Information Session with the Foundation
These information sessions for scholar candidates will take place via Zoom and you may attend by video or by phone. Kindly let them know if you require ASL or LSQ sign interpretation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Apply
Register for the Foundation's Application portal.Register on the site as soon as possible.
Go to Foundation's Application Portal →
Fill out the Application
Get in touch with your referees (2 are required - 1 must be an academic referee) - give them a deadline to complete before December 21st, upload transcripts covering your entire post-secondary education in one PDF document.
Official transcripts are not required for your application, but you may be asked to provide official copies if your application is successful.
Suggestions for Reference Letters
Once you have entered the name and email address of your referees in the space provided in the application form, an email will automatically be sent to the referees, asking them to complete a predetermined referral form directly on the Foundation’s application portal. Referees must complete the predetermined referral form, which includes both narrative answers and numerical evaluations. We are no longer asking referees to upload their reference letter in PDF format on our application portal. We advise that you follow up with your referees to ensure they submit the completed form on time, by December 21, 2021 at 5:00 p.m EST.
Competition Timeline (Fall 2021 - Spring 2022)
||2022 Application period opens on Trudeau Foundation website
5:00 p.m. EST
|Deadline to submit an application directly to the Foundation|
||Invitation to semi-finalists for Round One group interviews|
|February 22-25||Round One: Virtual group interviews and information sessions with semi-finalists|
|March 7||Invitation to finalists for Round Two individual interviews|
|March 24-26||Round Two: Final interviews with members of the Application and Nomination Review Committee|
|May 2022||Official announcement of 2022 Scholars|
You can download your SFU unofficial and/or order them through goSFU account. If you need any help with scanning or combining transcripts, our office can help by sending email to email@example.com