Bourse d’études Canada 2023 : Master and Doctoral degree scholarship at Brock University

Type de bourse
Bourse d'études
Niveau d'études
Doctorat | Master
Date fin de candidature
15 janv. 2023

Brock university

Bourse d’études Canada 2023 : Master and Doctoral degree scholarship at Brock University


Founded in 1964, Brock University is a public research university in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. It offers a wide range of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including professional degrees. The Faculty of Graduate Studies offers 49 graduate programs, including nine PhD programs.

Brief Description

  • University or Organization: Brock University
  • Department: Faculty of Graduate Studies
  • Course Level: Master‡s and doctoral levels
  • Award: $15,000 a year
  • Number of Awards: 57
  • Access Mode: Online
  • Nationality: International
  • The award can be taken in Canada


  • Eligible Countries: All nationalities
  • Eligible Course or Subjects: The scholarship will be awarded in the Faculty of Graduate Studies program offered by the Brock University
  • Eligibility Criteria: To be considered for either an OGS or QEII-GSST award, a student must be:
  • A Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident, or Protected Person under subsection 95(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) at the time of the application deadline;
  • Enrolled at a publicly-assisted university in Ontario in a full-time program of study that leads to a graduate degree and is approved for operating grant purposes by the ministry; and Enrolled in 60% or more of a full course load as defined by the university, or 40% or more for students with permanent disabilities. In addition, to be considered for a QEII-GSST award, a student must be:
  • Enrolled in a research master‡s or doctoral program in a science and technology discipline (see Appendix One for a list of eligible science and technology disciplines). International students who are studying in Ontario with a study permit under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) are eligible for the allotted OGS international student awards. However, they are ineligible for QEII-GSST awards. For ministry purposes, institutions should ensure the requirement that the student have a valid study permit is satisfied before award funding is issued to the student. However, institutions have discretion to develop more stringent criteria on when the study permit should be provided.
  • Students entering the first or second year of graduate studies at the time of the application deadline must have achieved a first-class average, as determined by the host institution, in each of the last two completed years of study (full-time equivalent). Students entering the third year or beyond of graduate studies at the time of the application deadline must have an overall average of at least A- (or equivalent) on all graduate courses completed.
  • If master‡s or doctoral degree marks used for calculating an applicant‡s grade point average (GPA) are not available (e.g., courses were graded on a pass-fail basis), then the university‡s Graduate Studies Office will use the most recently available undergraduate or graduate marks to calculate a student‡s GPA.

How to Apply

  • How to Apply: To apply for the program, aspirants will have to take admission in the university‡s OGS graduate program. After that, applicants can complete the application for this funding program at the university.
  • Supporting Documents: Students must provide admission based on unofficial documents.
  • Transcripts — all official undergraduate and graduate transcripts showing you are currently registered are required along with one copy of the transcript legend
  • Referees – Most programs require a minimum of two academic references
  • Language Test Scores
  • Resume/CV
  • Academic Assessment Report – 2 required (to be submitted by the referee – see below)
  • Submission of the academic report and letter of support must be submitted by the deadline date set above.
  • Admission Requirements: Students must check all the entry requirements of Brock University.
  • Language Requirement:  The applicants are required to attain minimum scores in the following English language proficiency tests:
  • TOEFL: iBT Minimum overall score of 80, with no subtest below 19
  • IELTS: (Academic) Minimum overall score of 6.5, with no subtest below 5.5
  • CAEL: minimum overall score of 60, with 60 in writing and no other subtest below 50
  • CAEL CE (Computer Edition): Minimum overall score of 60, with 60 in writing and no other subtest below 50
  • PTE Academics: Minimum overall score of 60, with no subtest below 60
  • Can Test for Scholars and Trainees: Minimum overall score of 4.5, with no subtest below 4.0


Students may receive the award for two terms ($10,000) or three terms ($15,000), the majority of the financial aid positions will be awarded for three terms. One-term awards are not granted at Brock University.

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