Currently closed for applications
The Visiting Fellowships in Canadian Government Laboratories (VF) Program gives promising rising scientist and engineers with the chance to work with investigating gatherings or pioneers in Canadian government labs and research foundations. Associations are granted for one year with the likelihood of reestablishment for a moment and third year, at the attentiveness of the administration office concerned.
The Affirmed contender to be offered an association will be chosen by the individual government divisions. Successful students will be informed by NSERC or by the government office departments, around three months after receipt of an entire application, offices may ask for extra data, for example, an interviews before offering a cooperation.
This is a fully-funded scholarship amounting up to 41,500$ US Dollar annually, and renewable up to two years.
Students must have a doctoral degree in the natural sciences or engineering from a perceived college for the previous five years. Your application will be acknowledged if students are currently enrolled in a selected doctoral program at a perceived college.
Students can apply twice for a Visiting Fellowship in Canadian Government Laboratories.
This scholarship is always active and it is important to read all the information and necessary documents needed by the university.
The Selection committees will be the one who is responsible for pre-selection of applicants, hence there is no restriction on any nationalities.