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Canadian Disability Policy Alliance Scholarships

Published : 2012-07-07 - Updated : 2015-07-18
Author : Disabled World - Contact: Disabled World

Synopsis: Masters and PhD Scholarships for students working in the area of disability policy.

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Masters and PhD Scholarships for students working in the area of disability policy, with applications due October 1, 2012.

There is an opportunity in 2012-13 for 6 scholarships for graduate studies (3 MSc and 3 PhD).

One of the objectives of the Alliance is to prepare Masters and Doctoral candidates for future research careers in the area of disability policy.

Masters students will be funded for $5,000 for one year.

PhD students for $10,000 for each of two years.

25 scholarships will be awarded over the next five years.

The Canadian Disability Policy Alliance addresses five major policy areas:

To be eligible to receive one of these scholarships, students must:

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