The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation doctoral scholarships in the humanities and social sciences are special in terms of scope and stature in the country. Here are the key points of this scholarship:
Each year, up to fifteen scholarships are awarded to Canadian and foreign doctoral candidates
Students, who are enrolled full-time and in their first or second year (or in the process of enrolling) of a doctoral program in the Humanities and Social Sciences, can apply
Its annual value is up to $60,000 per scholar for a maximum of three years
Eligibility: Full-time first or second year students enrolled (or in the process of enrolling) in a doctoral program in the humanities and social sciences
Up to one scholar in four per given year may be a non-Canadian (permanent resident or foreign national) enrolled full-time in a doctoral program at a Canadian institution. This applies in particular to students from emerging nations.
Fields of research in Humanities and Social Sciences for which this award is given: Human Rights and Dignity, Responsible Citizenship, Canada in the World, and People and their Natural Environment