Scholarship deadlines and workshops

Upcoming internal awards

January 5 - Dr. Wu Yee-Sun and Mrs. Wu Ho Man-Yuen Memorial Graduate Bursary - Available to international graduate students with financial need. Completed applications will include a statement of financial need, a list of scholarships/funding currently held and unnofficial transcripts from your Graduate Studies at UNB. Completed applications can be emailed to

February 20 - Dr. William S. Lewis Doctoral Fellowships - Incoming Doctoral students may be nominated by their Faculty/Department for the prestigious Lewis Fellowships which carry a value of up to $100,000 over 4 years. This year, incoming doctoral students working in the NSERC and SSHRC disciplines are eligible for nomination.

February 20 - The President's Doctoral Tuition Awards - Thanks to the support of the President, Dr. Eddy Campbell, multiple tuition awards are available to incoming Doctoral students that cover the cost of tuition for up to three years. Nominations are to be made by Graduate Academic Units. 

Online workshops

February 14 - February 28 - MITACS - Writing Effective Emails - Gain the confidence to communicate effectively and learn valuable ways to finesse your email etiquette to aide you professionally for the rest of your career. This workshop is multi-day, and can be accessed at any time, with a total expected duration of 2-3 hours. Register now.

Registration password: MitacsOWEE1402

Upcoming external awards

NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards - Applications are now being accepted online for the USRA Winter and Summer 2017 awards. Undergraduate students are able to work full-time, for 16 consecutive weeks, with a supervisor through support from NSERC while still taking up to one course. For more information, visit NSERC or check out the opportunity description. Also, be sure to connect with a faculty member in your department.

  • January 23, 2017 - Deadline for completed applications to be submitted by student and supervisor online
  • February 3, 2017 - Department rankings to SGS
  • February 6-17, 2017 - Selection committee review and meetings
  • February 23, 2017 - Results

February 1 - W.L Mackenzie King Memorial Scholarships - Awarded anually to graduate students of any Canadian University who engage in Graduate studies in Canado or elsewhere. It has held a value of $8,500 in past year's competitions but is subject to change each year. Applications can be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies by deadline date, where a selection committee will choose two applications to be forwarded to the national compeition.

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