# Marie Curie Graduate Student Award (Marie Curie GSA)

Award type:
Scholarships
Award description:

The goal of this award is to support graduate students registered full time in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science, who are engaged in research-based programs.

Students must be within the first 12 terms of a Doctoral program (extended to 15 terms if entered from a Bachelor’s degree), or within the first 6 terms of a thesis-based Master’s program.  Master's students who directly transfer to Doctoral studies will be eligible for 15 terms of funding starting from the admission into the Master's program.

Value:
$6,000 Value description: Up to$6,000 per year for Doctoral and Master's students (taking into account students’ funding, including internal and external funding).

Level:
Masters, Doctoral
Program:
Science→Physics and Astronomy
Citizenship:
Canadian/Permanent resident, International/study permit student
Selection process:
Student selected automatically by Faculty/Department
Contact:

Please contact your Physics and Astronomy department/program Graduate Co-ordinator for further information regarding this award.