The Brock Doctoral Scholarship is one of the most prestigious doctoral awards available at the University. University of Guelph seeks to attract scholars with potential to attain a high level of academic achievement and to make significant teaching and research contributions. Winners represent the very best in their College and at the University.
Brock Doctoral Scholarship
- up to
- 15 February 2023
It is hoped that award holders will be mentors for future Brock Doctoral Scholarship winners. Equally weighted selection criteria include: (i) sustained, outstanding academic performance; (ii) history of leadership and/or service in schools and the community; (iii) evidence of strong teaching and research skills (including publication record if appropriate for the discipline); (iv) demonstrated outstanding communication skills, and (v) excellent potential for research and teaching as assessed by the College Dean. One additional criterion may be considered with lesser weighting: provincial, national, international or otherwise significant awards related to the discipline of study.
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1 award of $37,500 per year for up to four years
Students entering or transferring to a doctoral program in May, September or January following the deadline date should apply to their College Dean by February 15th with a curriculum vitae; a one page personal statement; transcripts; 3 letters of reference; documentation of teaching, research, volunteer activities and leadership; which must then be forwarded to the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies by March 1st, with the Dean’s written assessment of the candidate’s research and teaching potential attached.