The Tomlinson Fellowships are recruitment fellowships for Doctoral research in any discipline.
The Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowship was established in 2000 through a very generous gift from Dr. Richard H. Tomlinson (Ph.D. 1948) - $35,000, renewable twice.
All Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowships are for recruiting NEW graduate students to McGill. Students currently enrolled at McGill, or whose latest degree was completed or in progress at McGill, are therefore ineligible. Former McGill students who later completed a graduate degree elsewhere may apply. Visiting students at McGill, who are completing the requirements for a degree from another university, may apply.
First Class Applicants: Only applicants with a 1st class academic record (A- or better overall grade or ≥ 3.70/4.00) will be considered.
Please Note: Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowships are adjudicated by the Faculty of Medicine Research and Graduate Studies Office.
|Evaluation Criteria||Weightings %|
|Research ability or potential||40|
|Communication, interpersonal and leadership abilities||5|
|Quality of the chosen research environments||20|
Once received at the Faculty of Medicine, Research and Graduate Studies Office, applications will be screened for completeness and forwarded to a central committee for final review and ranking.
|Program||Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowships|
|Value||The Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowship will be $35,000, renewable annually based on satisfactory progress, to a maximum tenure of 3 years.|
|How to Apply||A student is nominated by their academic unit and the fellowship is awarded by individual faculties.|
|Notes||GPS does not administer a central university competition for this fellowship. Tomlinson Fellowships will be allocated to Faculties to administer at their discretion.|
|Eligibility||The Tomlinson Doctoral Fellowships are for new students accepted into a doctoral degree at any academic unit at McGill University.|
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