The College of Medicine Scholarship Award 2022 is being offered 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 scholarship.
The School of Graduate Studies and Massey College provide this Fellowship every year, with initial financing from the Donner Canadian Foundation, as an established method through which the University of Toronto can support eligible graduate candidates who match the criteria indicated below.
The Fellowship provides financial assistance as well as opportunities to join the Massey College community.
The Toronto Scholarship Foundation is pleased to provide a $10,000 one-year scholarship. In addition to the program’s regular funding contribution, current or incoming students will be granted and hold fellowships (for those within the funded cohort).
Criteria for selection:
You must be a current or recently admitted graduate student who fits one of the following requirements:
- who is or has been an asylum/refugee seeker anywhere in the world (regardless of status in Canada) within the last 5 years;
- whose present or projected study program has been influenced by changing political conditions in their current or future study country, such as immigration law changes.
- Be enrolled in a full-time master’s or doctorate program at the University of Toronto for the forthcoming academic year, or have accepted an offer of admission as a new or transfer student.
College of Medicine Application
By the application deadline, applicants must send an electronic copy of their completed application as a single PDF file to [email protected], using the file naming convention “Last name, first initial– SAR 2022 App.” Applications that are either incomplete, ineligible, or submitted after the deadline will be rejected.
- Statement of Intent outlining how the applicant fits all Scholars-at-Risk Fellowship eligibility requirements. This statement should include background information on why the candidate moved to Canada or wants to study in Canada; their present circumstances, especially financial problems; and why they are pursuing their chosen graduate program (2 pages max – single-spaced, 12pt font);
- Transcripts from all post-secondary institutions (official, unofficial, student-issued, and web transcripts are all acceptable);
- Academic achievements, scholarships, and prizes, as well as publications, work experience, and extracurricular engagement both inside and outside of an institution, are all listed in a curriculum vitae. Extracurricular activities should be divided into two categories: within and beyond the university setting.
- Proof of refugee/asylum seeker status.