Undergraduate Scholarships / Opportunities
The following scholarships or awards are available to UW students who incorporating Canada into their studies. See below for application information.
Fulbright Grants to Canada—UW deadline 15 September 2010
Approximately 20 Fulbright Full Grants in all fields of study relevant to Canada or Canada-US relations will provide round-trip transportation, maintenance for one academic year, and health and accident insurance. For more information contact UW Canada-US Fulbright Program Advisor, Robin Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2011-2012 Program Flyer
The Killam Fellowships Program—deadline 7 January 2011
This scholarship allows an undergraduate student from any UW school or department to participate in a bi-national residential exchange program between Canada and the United States of America. The award is for $10,000 for an academic year at any Canadian university, a $1,000 travel allowance, and an orientation in Ottawa.
Douglas Jackson Scholarship Fund
Students that are signed up as Affiliated Undergraduate Students of the Center, may apply for up to $250 per year to travel to Canada for a specific academic purpose. Awards are in honor of the founder of Canadian Studies, Douglas Jackson.
Internships, Canadian Consulate, Seattle
The Canadian Studies Center can award up to 5 credits for internships at the Canadian Consulate, Seattle. For information on internships, contact Kevin Cook, Academic Officer at Kevin.Cook@international.gc.ca or 206-770-4065.
Jeanne Kissner Undergraduate Essay Award—deadline 1 July
The Association for Canadian Studies in the US recognizes an outstanding undergraduate essay that presents a scholarly exploration of any Canadian Studies theme. Papers must be submitted by faculty member.
Government of Canada International Scholarships
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT) is responsible for the Government of Canada's participation in major International Scholarship Programs. DFAIT provides support to international scholars in Canada, which is often reciprocated by foreign governments which support Canadian scholars in their countries.