Number of scholarships to award
- tuition fee reduction
The intention of this scholarship is to support a thesis based, fully-qualified student who shows scholarly promise upon admission at the University of Regina.
Applications by students are not required or accepted to FGSR. Nominations for this award are made by each faculty, to FGSR.
All FGSR Funding is subject to annual budgetary approval and up to the discretion of the Dean of FGSR.
Full tuition and associated fees for up to 3 years for a PhD student or up to 2 years for a Masters student.
- Holders of these awards are required to be a thesis based, fully-qualifiedgraduate student. This includes MAP’s - MFA & PhD Thesis Project (Research Creation) students. Awardees must also be an entering student (be in their first semester) in anydiscipline, in a Master's or Doctoral degree program. Master’s & PhD students must have aminimum of a first class average (equivalent to a minimum of 80% at the University of Regina)when they enter their program and must show continued scholarly promise.
- Awardees can be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Landed Immigrant orInternational student.
- Students must have a minimum 80% average coming into their graduateprogram. An incomplete and/or failing grade from the previous semester's work will render thestudent ineligible for support. Failure to continue to be fully eligible in each semester whileholding this scholarship, will require the scholarship to be discontinued.
Study experience required
Deadline: Nomination deadline January 31 and second call August 15
No application is required. Each Faculty may nominate 1 Masters and 1 PhD student to FGSR by confirming full eligibility, as described in the Terms of Reference.
Each UR Scholars Entrance Scholarship may cover full tuition and associated fees for up to 3years for a PhD student and up to 2 years for a Masters student, provided they continue to befully eligible each semester while holding the award.
There will be 2 PhD awards each year (1 International and 1 Domestic student).
There will be 2 Masters awards each year (1 International and 1 Domestic student).