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GPLL466 - Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students in Thesis-based programs

There are multiple funding resources available to graduate students who are completing academic research and writing a thesis.

Join us to learn more about the range of graduate student funding opportunities including awards, research travel funds and mobility awards accessible through international, national, provincial and private agencies.

This workshop is presented by the School of Graduate Studies and Concordia International. Complementary information sessions about studying abroad on exchange are offered regularly by Concordia International.

Please note this workshop is most relevant for students in thesis-based programs.


Learning Objectives



In this workshop you will:
1. Increase your awareness of funding opportunities for graduate students.
2. Learn about application processes for some awards programs.


Leaders Information



This workshop is led by Marwa Gouda, External Awards Advisor, Graduate Awards, School of Graduate Studies, and Bertille Tayoung, Coordinator, Mobility Bursaries, Concordia International.

Bertille holds a Master's degree in International Management and worked in France and England before coming to Canada. She recently joined Concordia International as the Coordinator of Mobility Bursaries. She is responsible for the Quebec Mobility Bursary and the Graduate Student Mobility Award. Prior to working at Concordia, Bertille worked at Mitacs and ICAD where she managed international programs and research awards.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.

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