People at the University of Alberta are very excited about the new Golden Bell Jar Graduate Scholarship in Physics for the next two years. Applications for the Spring/Summer term in Physics can be made by students who want to learn more. Canadian and non-Canadian students can both get this scholarship from the University of Alberta if they want to study for a masters or doctoral degree in the Department of Physics. $18,000 will be given to the chosen candidates for up to three years of study.
About the Scholarship:
A public research institution in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the University of Alberta was established in 1908 and has been serving the local community ever since. The institution offers a diverse range of academic and professional programs leading to undergraduate and graduate-level certifications, as well as a strong emphasis on research and development. The university is organized into 18 faculties, which are further subdivided into schools, each of which teaches a different course or discipline. A list of the faculties is available here: Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences; Alberta School of Business; Alberta College of Art; Campus Saint-Jean; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Engineering; Faculty of Extension; Graduate Studies and Research; Law; Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry; Faculty of Native Studies; Faculty of Nursing and Pharmaceutical Sciences; Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation; and Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation; Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation; Faculty of Kines In addition to the university, St. Joseph’s College and St. Stephen’s College are both associated with the institution. Additional to this, the University of Alberta provides a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, in addition to certification and exchange programs. An additional course offered by the institution is a Professional Development Course that assists students in becoming more knowledgeable about their academic program. It not only helps students improve their talents, but it also supplies them with the necessary knowledge. Specialist courses are designed to give students with expert instruction in a certain field. Campus Saint-Jean (in Edmonton), Augustana Campus (in Edmonton), and Enterprise Square (in Edmonton) are among the five campuses that make up the University of Alberta, which is located in Canada. North Campus, which is located on 200 acres of property on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, is the primary campus for the University of Saskatchewan. This campus consists of more than 150 structures in total. It was constructed in 1969 by Barton Myers. All of the university campuses offer student housing that is fully equipped with all of the amenities necessary for the comfort of the students. The Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation is responsible for the administration of the university’s athletics program as well as the operation of a number of intramural, sports club, and group exercise programs. Athletics teams at the university compete in a variety of varsity sports programs such as basketball; cricket; cross-country; curling; dodgeball; football; golf; hockey; inner-tube water polo; rugby; soccer; swimming; track and field; tennis; volleyball; and wallyball; wrestling; and volleyball. In addition to Joe Clark, who served as Prime Minister of Canada, Beverley McLachlin, a Canadian jurist, George Stanley, a Canadian historian, Daryl Katz, a Canadian businessman, Rona Ambrose, a former Member of the Canadian House of Commons, John Bell, an immunologist, Manjit Minhas, a Canadian entrepreneur and actor, and Sara Canning, a Canadian actress, among many others, are among the University of Alberta’s distinguished alumni.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Alberta
Scholarship Country: Canada
Scholarship Worth: $18,000
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
The selected students will be granted a scholarship sum of $18,000, renewable for up to 3 years, to pay the cost of their Master of Doctoral study at the University of Alberta.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- The University of Alberta’s Department of Physics is located in Edmonton.
- Nominees must be beginning their program at the time of nomination.
- The nominee will be picked on the basis of his or her academic achievements.
- Students from other countries will be given preference.
- This scholarship is renewable for a maximum of three years, with each year’s renewal subject to review.
- It is possible that the department will take financial need into consideration when nominating a candidate for the scholarship.
- Citizens of Canada are welcome to participate.
- Only permanent inhabitants are permitted to enter.
- Foreign nationals with Canadian study permits are welcome to apply.
- Applicants enrolled in PhD programs are eligible to apply.
- Applicants for master’s degree programs are eligible to apply.
- Applicants enrolled in course-based study programs are eligible to apply.
- Applicants enrolled in thesis-based study programs are eligible to apply.
The University of Alberta 2022 Golden Bell Jar Graduate International Scholarships in Canada is open to all International Students
Only those who have been nominated will be considered. Students should speak with their departmental advisors for more information on the application process. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade submits nominations to the FGSR (or Faculty). The Graduate Scholarship Committee makes the final decision on whether to award the scholarship.
The application process for University of Alberta 2022 Golden Bell Jar Graduate International Scholarships in Canada Is currently open