QES Incoming Scholarships are available for graduate students from Uganda and the Caribbean to undertake full Master’s degrees at Dalhousie.
Who can apply?
Qualified graduates of Makerere University in Uganda may apply for QES Incoming Scholarships to fund a full Master of Arts degree in International Development Studies at Dalhousie.
Qualified mid-career professionals from marine-related government institutions and non-governmental organizations in the Caribbean may apply for QES Incoming Scholarships to fund a full Master of Marine Management degree at Dalhousie.
How many scholarships are available?
Six scholarships will be available over the life of the project - three for Uganda and three for the Caribbean.
All incoming scholarship placements have now been filled.
How long is the duration of the scholarship?
Scholarships will fund full Master’s degrees at Dalhousie. For the MA in IDS, this is assumed to be a study period of 20 months. For the MMM, this is assumed to be a study period of 16 months.
How much funding is available?
QES funding for Incoming Scholars supports all academic, living and travel expenses associated with graduate study at Dalhousie. These include tuition and fees; allowances for installation, warm clothing and books; a monthly living allowance (to cover food, rent, utilities, etc.); health insurance; and travel (return airfare and visa costs).
How to apply?
Applications for incoming scholarships for summer 2019 are now closed. Please check back to find out more about our application process for incoming scholarships for summer 2020. For questions about future placements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.