Graduate Studies Scholarships (IRSST)

Scholarships addressed to candidates whose research program focuses on the prevention of workplace accidents and occupational diseases or on the rehabilitation of workers who are victims of the same.

Plan to submit an application one year in advance:
The current competition is open to students who wish to obtain financing beginning summer 2020, fall 2020 or winter 2021.

Amount and duration

  • Master’s: $16,625 / year (max. 2 years);
  • Doctorate: $19,950 to $25,950 / year (max. 3 years).
Study program Master's Degree with Thesis
Doctorat
Legal status Canadian citizen
Permanent resident
Deadline

October 16, 2019

For more information

Consult the IRSST website.


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