Awards Database


Name: J. David McLeod Travel Scholarship
Award Number: 27177
Description:
(for full time students who want to internationalize their learning experience and become engaged global citizens.
Type: Scholarship
Renewable: No
Value: $3425
Number of awards: 1
Eligibility criteria:
One scholarship will be offered to an undergraduate student who: (1) is enrolled full-time (minimum 80% course load) in the second year of study or higher in a program offered through the Department of Political Studies in the Faculty of Arts; (2) has achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.0; (3) will study abroad, for one or two terms, either on Letter of Permission or as part of a formal exchange program between the University of Manitoba and a partner institution. Preference will be given to students who are participating in a formal University of Manitoba exchange program. Students who complete University of Manitoba degree credit courses delivered abroad by a University of Manitoba instructor ARE NOT ELEGIBLE Preference will be given to students who are participating in a formal University of Manitoba exchange program A student may hold only one J. David McLeod Scholarship in his or her lifetime.
Faculty(ies): Faculty of Arts Students with disabilities Indigenous Students
Program(s): Open to All International Students
Major(s): Open to All
Application Info:
Candidates must submit: (a) an application letter; (b) a letter of intent outlining how the travel relates to their academic study and career goals; and (c) one letter of support.

Information current as of June 25, 2024 @ 14:2 and is subject to change
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