Information for Prospective Students
Trudeau Foundation Scholarship
The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation provides up to 15 scholarships annually to prospective and current MPhil/PhD students who carry out research in areas related to the Foundation's four themes in the social sciences and humanities:
- Human Rights and Dignity
- Responsible Citizenship
- Canada in the World
- People and their Natural Environment
Applicants must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants pursuing full-time doctoral studies in Canada or foreign institutions. Candidates will be considered by the Foundation only if they have been nominated by a university.
The scholarships provide $60,000 per scholar for up to four years.
How do I apply?
UCL will only be able to nominate you if you are a current student at UCL and registered on a Master's or MPhil/PhD programme within one of the following UCL Faculties:
- Faculty of Social & Historical Sciences
- Faculty of Arts & Humanities
- Faculty of Laws
You will need to download and complete an application form from the Foundation's website, and submit this electronically, along with the required references and transcripts, to the Student Funding Office by Friday 29 November 2013. References must be signed and on letterhead, and should include an explanation of how the candidate meets the Foundation's criteria.
We will then add a letter of nomination to the application and submit it directly to the Foundation by their specified deadline. Incomplete applications will not be considered for nomination. Applications must be submitted to us in electronic format (not print).
Please note that UCL is only permitted to nominate up to a maximum of six candidates. If we receive more than six applications in total by the deadline, we may ask your Faculty Office to rank your position in relation to other students before deciding on final nominees. We therefore recommend that you contact us first to check how many applicants have already applied.
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