Connaught international awards at University of Toronto Canada is available to undertake PhD level programs at the University of Toronto.
About the University of Toronto Canada
The University of Toronto also known as UToronto is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1827. The university offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the following faculties.
Faculty of Arts and Science, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, Faculty of Music, Faculty of Information, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Social Work, Faculty of Dentistry, Toronto School of Theology, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Nursing, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, and so on.
The Connaught International Awards at University of Toronto is open for International students in view of PhD level program in any of the PhD level program offered at the University of Toronto, Canada. The Scholarship deadline is open.
The Connaught International awards offers the amount of $10,000 funding to outstanding students to cover their educational expenses in the University of Toronto Canada.
To be eligible for this scholarship candidate must meet the following criteria:
- Candidate must be an international applicant.
- Have been or will be offered admission to a full-time doctoral program with a funding commitment beginning September of the upcoming academic year.
- Have achieved an A- average in each of the last two years of full-time study.
How to Apply for Connaught international awards at University of Toronto Canada
To apply, candidates are to complete admission procedure into the University of Toronto for a PhD program. After the applicant can file for the Connaught international awards attaching the following;
Previous degree certificates, academic transcripts, and CV.
Master’s degree or its equivalent with an average of at least B+ or demonstrated comparable research competence, some departments admit directly to the doctoral program from a bachelor’s degree for highly qualified candidates (minimum average A- required)
Applicants must demonstrate English language proficiency.