Canada 2022 University of Toronto College of Medicine Scholarship

The College of Medicine Scholarship Award 2022 is proudly provided by the University of Toronto in Canada. All Master’s or Doctoral applicants who desire to begin degree course work at the University are eligible for the funding.
The School of Graduate Studies and Massey College established this Fellowship with initial funding from the Donner Canadian Foundation as a dependable method for the University of Toronto to support qualified graduate candidates who meet the requirements listed below. This Fellowship is offered each year.
The Fellowship provides the means to pursue academic goals and the chance to interact with other Massey College students.

Education Value
The Toronto Scholarship is pleased to provide a $10,000 scholarship grant for one year. In addition to the program’s regular funding commitment, fellowships will be given to and held by existing or incoming students (for those within the funded cohort).

Selection Standards:
being a graduate student who satisfies one of the following requirements and is enrolled or just accepted
who, regardless of status in Canada, is or was a refugee or asylum seeker anywhere in the world within the past five years;

whose present or prospective program of study has been affected by changes in immigration legislation or other political contexts in their country of current or future study
be enrolled in, or to have accepted an offer of admission to, a full-time master’s or doctorate program at the University of Toronto for the following academic year.

Medical College of Georgia
By the application deadline, applicants must email a single PDF file containing their completed application to carla.serpe@utoronto.ca, using the filename format “Last name, first initial- SAR 2022 App.” Applications that are late, incomplete, or ineligible will not be taken into consideration.

Statement of Intent outlining how the candidate satisfies all requirements for Scholars-at-Risk Fellowship eligibility. This statement should provide background information on the applicant’s reasons for coming to Canada or for wanting to study there, as well as an explanation of their current situation, including any financial difficulties they are currently experiencing, and their motivation for pursuing their chosen graduate program (2 pages maximum, single spaced, 12pt font);
transcripts from all post-secondary schools (web or student-issued transcripts as well as official or unofficial transcript scans are acceptable);
Curriculum vitae that lists publications, job experience, extracurricular activities both within and outside of an institution, academic honors and prizes obtained, and publications. There should be a distinct distinction between extracurricular activities taken part in within and outside of a university setting.

If you are not presently enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Toronto, a copy of your letter of admission offer; documentation of your status as a refugee or asylum seeker.
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If you are not presently enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Toronto, a copy of your letter of admission offer; documentation of your status as a refugee or asylum seeker.
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