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IMFG Graduate Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance, and the Blanche and Sandy Van Ginkel Graduate Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance

Opportunity Detail

An important part of the Institute of Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG)’s mandate is to build expertise in the areas of municipal finance and governance in Canada. The IMFG’s graduate and post-graduate fellowships provide an important link between the Institute’s educational mission and its research objectives by supporting students who are working in this field. The fellowships support academic research in the Institute’s core areas of study, and help to shape Canada’s next generation of municipal finance and governance experts, whether they work in government, the private sector, or academia. Every year, the IMFG provides three fellowships. The Post-Doctoral Fellowship provides an annual stipend of C$50,000 to support researchers who have received their PhD and are continuing their studies. The IMFG Graduate Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance, and the Blanche and Sandy Van Ginkel Graduate Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance each provide C$5,000 to support full-time graduate students undertaking doctoral or master’s level work at the University of Toronto.

Deadline

June 30, 2017

Sponsored ByInstitute on Municipal Finance and Governance

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Opportunity Details

Date PostedApr 12, 2017
Start DateApr 12, 2017
End DateJun 30, 2017
Apply BeforeJun 30, 2017
Category
Research
Award Type
Research
Campus
St. George
Mississauga (UTM)
Scarborough (UTSC)
Level Of Study
Grad
Subject Areas
Humanities
Social Sciences
Location
Toronto, ON
Department
School of Graduate Studies
Amount
The award recipient will receive C$5,000, paid in two equal installments, one in September and one in January. The IMFG Fellowship may be held in conjunction with any other award.
Eligibility
To receive this award, students must be registered at the University of Toronto at a doctoral or master’s level on a full-time basis, and must be pursuing studies and/or research related to municipal finance or governance. Research in these areas must be part of the student’s graduate program. The holder of the award is required to do a presentation on their research at a seminar organized by the IMFG.