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Graduate Scholarships

PhD Funding

Dr. Antoine Bilodeau and his colleagues (M. Paquet, D. Salée, C. Belkhodja) are offering ONE fellowship on the topic of Immigration and Ethnic Diversity for a student applying to Concordia University PhD program in Political Science (for Fall 2019 entry). This fellowship is for students interested in writing a thesis on the topic of immigration or ethnic diversity using quantitative analyses. The fellowship is worth $27,000. The selected candidate will receive the fellowship over a three-year period ($9000 per year). The selected candidate will be expected to assist Dr. Antoine Bilodeau and his collagues in their research projects during the three years of the fellowship.

The selected candidate will also be eligible for teaching assistant positions, valued at a minimum of $6,000 per year for three years. Finally, the selected candidate will be considered for additional entrance awards offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the School of Graduate Studies, and the Department of Political Science.

The selected candidate will be integrated into the team of researchers and students within Concordia’s Centre for Immigration Policy Evaluation and will become a student affiliate of the Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship, a FRQSC-regroupement stratégique, and hence become eligible for travel and for training grants.

For information about this opportunity, please contact Antoine Bilodeau at: antoine.bilodeau@concordia.ca

To apply, candidates must:

  • Send an email to Dr. Bilodeau indicating their interest in the fellowship along with a CV and a copy of their most recent transcript.
  • Apply to the PhD in Political Science program at the Department of Political Science at Concordia University. Candidates must mention in their application their interest for this funding opportunity.

Application Deadline: January 15, 2019 (for Fall 2019 entry)

 
MA Scholarship

Dr. Antoine Bilodeau is offering ONE fellowship on the topic of Immigration and Ethnic Diversity for a student applying to Concordia University MA program in Political Science (for Fall 2019 entry). This fellowship is for students interested in writing a thesis on the topic of immigration or ethnic diversity using quantitative analyses. The fellowship is worth $6,000 ($3000 in Year 1 and $3000 in Year 2). The selected candidate will be expected to assist Dr. Antoine Bilodeau in his research projects during those two years.

The selected candidate will also be eligible for teaching assistant positions, valued at a minimum of $4,000 per year for two years. Finally, the selected candidate will be considered for additional entrance awards offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the School of Graduate Studies, and the Department of Political Science.

The selected candidate will be integrated into the team of researchers and students within Concordia’s Centre for Immigration Policy Evaluation and will also become a student affiliate of the Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship, a FRQSC-regroupement stratégique, and hence become eligible for travel and for training grants.

For information about this opportunity, please contact Antoine Bilodeau at: antoine.bilodeau@concordia.ca

To apply, candidates must:

  • Send an email to Dr. Bilodeau indicating their interest in the fellowship along with a CV and a copy of their most recent transcript.
  • Apply to the MA Political Science program at the Department of Political Science at Concordia University. Candidates must mention in their application their interest for this funding opportunity.

*NOTE: this opportunity is limited to students applying to the MA in Political Science and is not available to students applying to the MPPPA program.

Application Deadline: January 15, 2019 (for Fall 2019 entry)

 

 
MA Scholarship

Dr. Mireille Paquet and her colleagues (A. Bilodeau, D. Salée et C. Belkhodja) offering ONE fellowship on the topic of local immigration and integration for a student applying to Concordia University MA program in Political Science (for Fall 2019 entry). This fellowship is for students interested in writing a thesis on the topic of local/municipal/regional services for immigrants. The fellowship is worth $6,000 ($3000 in Year 1 and $3000 in Year 2). The selected candidate will be expected to assist Dr. Mireille Paquet in her research projects during those two years.

The selected candidate will also be eligible for teaching assistant positions, valued at a minimum of $4,000 per year for two years. Finally, the selected candidate will be considered for additional entrance awards offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the School of Graduate Studies, and the Department of Political Science.

The selected candidate will be integrated into the team of researchers and students within Concordia’s Centre for Immigration Policy Evaluation and will also become a student affiliate of the Concordia Research Chair on the Politics of Immigration.

For information about this opportunity, please contact Mireille Paquet at: mireille.paquet@concordia.ca

To apply, candidates must:

  • Send an email to Dr. Paquet indicating their interest in the fellowship along with a CV and a copy of their most recent transcript.
  • Apply to the MA Political Science program at the Department of Political Science at Concordia University. Candidates must mention in their application their interest for this funding opportunity.

*NOTE: this opportunity is limited to students applying to the MA in Political Science and is not available to students applying to the MPPPA program.

Application Deadline: January 15, 2019 (for Fall 2019 entry)

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