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How the GRA works

Under the joint supervision of a home and host professor, successful senior undergraduate students, graduate students, as well as postdoctoral fellows will receive a $6,000 research award to conduct a 12- to 24-week research project in Mitacs’ eligible countries. We invite you to apply!

    

       Call for proposals open from September 26 - November 21, 2022.


Program Objectives

  • Develop or strengthen strategic partnerships overseas;
  • Support Concordia’s strategic directions: 1, “Double our Research” and 7, “Embrace the World”;
  • Build institutional bridges between Concordia University and key international institutions in eligible countries;
  • Help students to gain international research experience, fostering cultural awareness, and develop their international networks;
  • Support the development of partnerships by faculty members;
  • Enrich Concordia's research activities and drive innovation by bringing different perspectives and ideas.

Key Deliverables

Deliverables include:

  • A final report that summarizes the project. The participant is responsible for drafting the final report and securing approval and signatures from the participating supervisors;
  • A brief report on how the project helped to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (to be shared with Concordia International);
  • Mitacs exit survey.

Application Process and Review 

Please read carefully the details of the Mitacs Globalink Research Award (GRA) program and application process. 


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Useful Contacts

Concordia Contact

Caroline Eastwood
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Mitacs Contact

Dr. Natalie Rachel
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Mitacs Contact

Dr. Mathieu Aubin
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Mitacs Contact

Dr. Oliverio Velazquez
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