Study-in-Canada Fellowships – Deadline 21 January 2014
The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies hosts two study-in-Canada fellowships for University of Washington undergraduate students – the Killam Fellowships Program and the Gary and Consuelo Corbett Canada-U.S. Fellowships Program. For both programs, UW students pay UW tuition and travel to their Canadian host university as an exchange visitor.
Killam Fellowships Program provides an opportunity for exceptional UW undergraduate students to spend one semester or a full academic year in Canada. The Killam Fellowships Program offers a fellowship award of $5,000 per semester (up to $10,000 for two semesters). Click to view website.
Corbett Fellowships Program provides an opportunity for exceptional UW undergraduate students to spend a full academic year at University of British Columbia in Vancouver. The Corbett Fellowships Program offers a fellowship award of $7,000 for two
semesters (September through April). Click to view website.
All applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, full-time undergraduate students in good standing at the UW, have a competitive academic record, and complete the application process prior to the published deadlines.
The Killam Fellowships Program has partnership agreements with 16 Canadian institutions including University of Ottawa, McGill in Montréal, Queen’s in Toronto (for a full listing see the Killam Fellowships Program website). The Corbett Fellowships Program is a direct exchange program between UW and University of British Columbia – a fantastic opportunity to spend a year in Vancouver!!
The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and the Killam Fellowships Program, Ottawa maintain a Memorandum of Understanding to enable UW students to participate in the Killam Fellowships Program. The Canadian Studies Center is the hosting unit for these fellowships. The hosting units for the Corbett Fellowships Program are the Canadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington; Canadian Studies and United States Studies Program, University of British Columbia.