Type of Funding
York University is offering the Armand and Denise La Barge Graduate Scholarship in Multiculturalism to graduate students with excellent academic results, enrolling in AY 2020-2021, whose work relates to Multiculturalism, Human Rights, Cultural Diversity, Racism, or similar areas.
The scholarship awarded will be up to US$8,000, with the amount and number of awards varying depending on the number of scholarship recipients selected. The scholarship award is non-renewable.
Applicants must be incoming or current full-time Masters or doctoral graduate students, who may be either domestic or international students. Applicants must demonstrate academic accomplishments and registered full-time for the Fall/Winter 2020 term.
Preference will be given to students whose work relates to Multiculturalism, Human Rights, Cultural Diversity, Racism or similar areas as Armand and Denise LaBarge were engaged in outstanding contributions in fighting racism and promoting peaceful co-existence of citizens in a multicultural environment.
Applicants must demonstrate academic excellence in their field of study and registered full-time for the Fall/Winter 2020 term. Students cannot apply directly to the Faculty of Graduate Studies for the scholarship; they have to be nominated by their Graduate Program for the scholarship.
Applications for the graduate program together with indication of desire to be considered for the scholarship, must be done by students by 15 February 2020. The relevant graduate programs have to submit their nominations for the scholarship to the Office of the Dean, Graduate Studies by 15 March 2020.