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Graduate Engagement and Leadership Award in French Studies

Ontario (ON), Canada

Award value

CAD$500.00 (US$ 365)


Funding type

Fee waiver/discount




Study level


About this scholarship

Awarding Institution

University of Waterloo

Number of awards

Not specified

What does this scholarship cover?

  • Tuition fees

More details on the scholarship

CAN $500 total value

Entry requirements


Canada , All International


Applicable to all genders

Delivery mode

All types of delivery mode

Selection approach

Only selective applicants are considered

Study mode

Full Time

Intake year

May 2023

Other criteria

Academic excellence

Course subject and study level you are applying for

Subject area(s)*


Study level


Other eligibility requirements

Eligibility & selection criteria: 

A full-time graduate student registered in the Master’s or Doctoral program in the Department of French Studies in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Waterloo who has demonstrated leadership and engagement within the francophone community (either within or outside of the Department of French Studies at the University of Waterloo).
Academic excellence (minimum cumulative average of 80% or equivalent).
Engagement in the University of Waterloo community that is not within the francophone community may be considered if it is combined with engagement in the francophone community off-campus.
The recipient will be selected annually in June by the Department of French Studies Graduate Studies Committee.
Students may only receive this award once during their graduate program and may not receive this award concurrently with the Graduate Studies Award of Excellence in French Studies or the Nantes Graduate Award.

Award description: 

An award valued at CAN $500 will be awarded to a student registered full time in a master’s or doctoral program in French Studies in the Faculty of Arts. 

Selection basis

Students are shortlisted based on their

  • Academic excellence

How to apply

Application process

You need to apply separately for this scholarship

Application details (from the awarding institution)

Application required. For further information, please contact the university website.
Additional instructions: 

Students are invited to submit an application by May 1 to the Department of French Studies Graduate Studies Coordinator. The application form and requirements can be found on the Department of French Studies website.

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