University of Alberta Master's Degree Scholarships 2019, Canada

Publish Date: Feb 22, 2019

University of Alberta Master's Recruitment Scholarships

The purpose of this scholarship is to recruit superior students at the master's level who have the potential to become excellent doctoral students. Recipients of this scholarship will also be offered Guaranteed Housing by Residence Services.

Master's Recruitment Nomination Process:

There is no application form; eligible students are considered on the recommendation of the admitting department. Students cannot apply for this scholarship.

The department completes and submits the nomination package to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR) by the nomination deadline. The FGSR reviews the nominations for eligibility and completeness and forwards them to the Graduate Scholarship Committee for adjudication.

Course-Based Master's


Offered for one year at a value of $17,000 plus payment of tuition and fees up to the maximum cost for registration in the equivalent of 9 normal credit weights (equivalent to 18 fee index units) in courses for the first Fall Term and Winter Term of the Master's program only.


The scholarship will be awarded to students who: 

• Both domestic and international students

• Students being newly admitted to the University of Alberta in the Fall  2019 or Winter 2020 Term. Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 competitions are completed. 

• Students who will be registered full-time in a course-based master's degree program with a clearly defined research component

• Applicants with Admission GPA of 3.7 and higher

• Students who have not been registered in the master's program they are recruited into


Nomination Deadline:

•March 22, 2019

Thesis-Based Master's


The award is valued at $17,000 for 12 months, plus full-time program and non-instructional fees, and any applicable International Graduate Differential Fee. This scholarship is not renewable.


The UAlberta Thesis-Based Master's Recruitment Scholarship is open to:

• Newly admitted students into a thesis-based Master's program in the Spring 2019, Summer 2019, Fall 2019, or Winter 2020 Term

• Students who will be registered full-time in a thesis-based Master's degree program

• Applicants with Admission GPA of 3.7 and higher

• Students who have not been registered in the Master's program they are recruited into


There are three competition rounds with the following nomination deadlines:

• January 25, 2019

• March 1, 2019

• April 12, 2019

 For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.

Further Official Information

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