The Vitamin Scholarship was established for activities related to vitamin products (including vitamins A, B1, B2 B3, B4, B5, B6 B8, B9, B12, C, E, H, beta carotene, canthazanthin, methionine, and products containing or derived from vitamins, including animals that consumed vitamins) such as food and nutritional research or education, food-related programs, and/or consumer services or consumer protection activities.
Thesis-based master’s and doctoral students with a first-class average who intend to pursue studies and research related to vitamins and vitamin-related products are eligible to be considered for this scholarship.
The Award must be taken up at the earliest eligible term within the first academic year of the program.
Canadian and international students are eligible to apply.
You must be enrolled in a thesis-based program with research related to vitamins and/or vitamin-related products.
You must have spent less than eight months in your program as of May 1 of the current academic year.
Applications are received through the Harmonized Scholarship Process. Recipients will be identified during a university-level review of eligible applications received.