The Dalhousie University – Canada is offering an opportunity worth $2,000 to exceptional students who are willing to undertake a degree program at the Institution.
This fund is used to assist a humanities or social science graduate student who has a record of interest and involvement in social justice and human rights.
The application deadline is:
- Every year on March 15 and October 31.
- International countries are eligible.
Master’s or Doctoral degree
Award amount: $2,000
Number of Awards: Unspecified
Master’s or doctoral degree in humanities or social sciences offered by the university is an eligible field of study.
Eligibility for Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Memorial Bursary at Dalhousie University – Canada, 2022:
- You must be a student pursuing a degree in the humanities or social sciences and be interested in social justice and human rights.
- You must have a satisfactory academic record as well as a demonstrated financial need.
- You must fulfill the university’s admission requirements.
- To be successful, you must have a high level of English language proficiency. To ensure you have the language skills you need to succeed, we require all students who speak English as an additional language to take a language competency test.
How to Apply for Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Memorial Bursary at Dalhousie University – Canada, 2022:
Fill out the application on the FGS online platform. A letter describing your involvement in social justice and human rights initiatives is also required.