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DFATD Short‑Term Exchange Program, 2021‑22
The 2021-22 competitions for the Short-Term Exchange Program (SEP), funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD), are now open. SEP provides students and faculty from eligible countries with research or study scholarships at Canadian universities. It is divided into four sub-programs:
- Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program
- Canada-CARICOM Skills Training for the Green Economy Scholarships Program (only for attending programs at the Agricultural Campus)
- Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Program
- Study in Canada Scholarship (this program has changed from previous years)
Specific details for each sub-program, and links to further information, are provided above.
Awards are offered to both undergraduate and graduate students – and in the case of the Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Program, to faculty and staff. However, please note that in order to bring an undergraduate to Dalhousie under the Program, there must be a formal exchange agreement already in place between Dalhousie and the student’s home institution. For graduate students and faculty members, it is desirable (but not mandatory) that such exchange agreements be in place. For a list of Dalhousie’s existing exchange agreements, please visit here.
Please note that foreign students and faculty cannot apply directly for these awards. As in previous years, Dalhousie applications to SEP will be facilitated by the Office of Research Services. Any faculty member interested in applying to any of the programs is asked to contact Erin Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information.
Internal: March 23, 2021 at 4:30pm
Funder: March 30, 2021 at 11:59pm EDT
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