IDRC-CRDI John G. Bene Fellowship in Canada 2019
IDRC-CRDI John G. Bene Fellowship in Canada 2019:
Don’t miss out on this easy money! CRDI John G. Funded by the Bene Endowment fund and IDRC, Bene Fellowship 2019 is now available in the Agriculture and Environment subject for highly qualified students.
This call is open to Canadians and permanent residents of Canada pursuing masters or doctoral studies at a Canadian university.
The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) was established by an act of Canada’s parliament in 1970. IDRC funds research in developing countries to promote growth, reduce poverty, and drive large-scale positive change.
Why at the International Development Research Centre? IDRC funds research in developing countries to promote growth, reduce poverty, and drive large-scale positive change.
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Deadline: July 04, 2019 by 16:00 (EDT)
IDRC-CRDI John G. Bene Fellowship in Canada Eligibility
Citizen or permanent resident of Canada are eligible to apply. In principle, IDRC supports research in all developing countries.
How to Apply for IDRC-CRDI John G. Bene Fellowship in Canada
- How to Apply: To apply, the candidates need to take admission in any Canadian university. After being a university student, all applicants are eligible to apply for this opportunity online.
- Supporting Documents: Before applying, applicants must prepare all the following documents: Research Proposal in clear English or French, 15-20 pages, double-spaced, in 12 point font, Letter of Affiliation, Letter of Approval from Research Supervisor, Official transcripts, Proof of Citizenship/Permanent Residency, and Two references to be completed online with the online application.
- Language Requirement: English or French
IDRC-CRDI John G. Bene Fellowship in Canada Benefits
The program will provide one award of a maximum of CA$15,000 to covers field research expenses.