Submitted 6 December 2017 by Megan Brickley
A new scholarship has been announced to support PhD students in physical/biological anthropology working with a faculty member in the Department of Anthropology at McMaster University, Canada. The scholarship for international students will be set at a level that will allow students who require a visa to study in Canada to pay the tuition fees and living expenses for the four years of the graduate program. For Canadian students the scholarship will substantially augment other funding awarded to the student for four years of the graduate program.
Information on the background to the new scholarship are available below http://dailynews.mcmaster.ca/article/1m-gift-to-attract-worlds-best-and-brightest-anthropology-graduate-students/
Information on the graduate program at McMaster can be found at: https://anthropology.mcmaster.ca/graduate
The new scholarship is open to students working with faculty in biological anthropology: Dr. Megan Brickley, Dr. Tina Moffat, Dr. Hendrik Poinar and Dr. Tracy Prowse.
Please contact the individual you are interested in working with directly. General enquires can be sent to the Graduate Administrator at: [email protected]
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